Did you perchance mean abducted?
- n. Plural form of abductee.
“However, Q3 shows the abductees is still the most important issue for the Japanese, but I’d love to see a more detailed survey on why.”
“When asked about delisting, he implied that the abductees are a "legal" issue for the U.S. and a bilateral issue between Japan and North Korea.”
“State news agency Saba said the abductees were a German, a Colombian, an Iraqi, a Palestinian and two Yemenis.”
“She said that earlier reports that two of the abductees were a Russian and a Ugandan were incorrect.”
“He's also written a graphic novel, The Nye Incidents, about a medical examiner on the hunt of a killer of alien abductees, which is also inspired by true incidents, which has been picked up by Warner Brothers 'horror label, Dark Castle, for development as a film, reports”
“For Anthony Williams 'sake, and for the sake of thousands more Rockefeller "abductees," the solons of Albany could make history as giants of justice, rather than legislative Liliputians, when they reconvene this January.”
“I disagree with many of Jacobs' conclusions regarding his work with "abductees," but he seems to have done a good job of fashioning an even-handed introduction to the field.”
“I've speculated that the diverse humanoid forms encountered by "abductees" and UFO witnesses might be best understood in terms of a "hive society," replete with "drones" engineered to perform specialized tasks.”
“All this is suspiciously similar to "alien implant" lore, in which perceived "abductees" experience heightened electromagnetic sensitivity.”
‘abductees’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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