Budd Hopkins (June 15, 1931 - August 21, 2011) was a pioneer in hypnotherapy. His major books on ET abductions and many lectures made him an icon in the UFO world. I interviewed Budd in person many times, he was a gentle man, intelligent and artistic at the same time. His battle with liver cancer and pneumonia came to an end Sunday afternoon at 1:15 at his home in New York City. He passed from this life peacefully surrounded by family.
was not only eminent in the field of ufology but was also
a nationally known Abstract Expressionist painter, with works in
the collections of the Guggenheim, Whitney, and Metropolitan
Museums, as well as Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and New York's
Museum of Modern Art.
this interview, Budd Hopkins talks with Jerry about
his new book and the UFO crash in New Mexico that he
investigated. The Crash occurred in 1963 and
involved three dead ETs.
(This interview was conducted in November of 2003)
Windows Media Version
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