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Child UFO encounters

Drawings of school children that witnessed
UFO and occupant alien in 1994
Zimbabwe, September 16, 1994, 62 children who had little or no exposure to TV or popular press accounts of UFOs witnessed landed UFO and occupant. Cynthia Hind interviewed them the day after the encounter and made them draw pictures of what they had seen.

Are children that report sightings of UFO's and or extraterrestrial events taken seriously? Should they be? Lets take a quick look at other reported accounts of children.

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Bessie was 14 years old at the time of the incident and recalls accompanying her father, Mac Brazel, to the debris field.

Weekly World News
May 18, 1992 ARGENTINA , 4 children abducted for hours, came back unharmed but with circles in the same place on each of their faces indicating needle marks. 6 witnesses saw the space ship.

Massive Wing-Like Object - December 12, 2001 at Mary Lake Subdivision, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada

Disc Seen Over Cloverdale Elementary School- April, 22, 2000 - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Oscillating, orange cigar-shape object mesmerizes two young brothers- January, 1997, Crestview Subdivision, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada

There are many more child witnesses than the few listed above. For a detailed look at each of these witness accounts, along with many more- http://www.ufoevidence.org/Cases/CaseView.asp?section=Children or simply search and you will be directed to several sites.

I have given you key information to do your own research on this subject, as well as a link that makes that research easier.

Many people that hear child accounts as I listed above, have a tendency to say a few different things to minimize these witnesses and their stories. The one thing I have heard the very most is that children will often hear what adults tell them, and produce their stories off from that information or be coerced without even knowing it, so the adult fabricates the idea for a child's story.   I can agree to that in many ways, but in many other ways, that just is not the case. Children are generally not liars. They tend to give their own stories as they see them, and are not limited to speak with fear of what the listener will think of them or their outrageous story. In my opinion, as well as many others that have worked with child witnesses, children may be the best, non biased witnesses of those in any other age group.