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Gone Girl Denise Huskins – the real-life kidnapping that police ignored as a hoax because it was so friggin bizarre

The abduction of Denise Huskins On March 23, 2015, at 1:53 PM, a Kaiser Permanente physical therapist, Aaron Quinn, called police in Vallejo, California to report a kidnapping and ransom demand for $8,500 dollars. According to Quinn, he and his live-in girlfriend, Denise Huskins, awoke at 3:00 AM to blinding, bright lights shining in their faces. The kidnapper[s] (Aaron and Denise later told police that they could not see how many men there were) ordered Huskins to bind Quinn’s legs with zipties. Swim goggles with covered lenses were placed over Quinn and Huskins’ eyes. The kidnappers placed headphones on Quinn’s head and soon, Quinn heard a pre-recorded message listing the abductors’ demands for the return of his girlfriend. 29-year-old Denise Huskins was a beautiful So-Cal girl, 5’

SyFy channel’s Ben Hanson provides detailed first-hand report of triangular-shaped UFO sighting in Huntington, Beach

Ben Hanson, from SyFy channel's Fact or Fake: Paranormal Files television show, has reported seeing a triangular UFO on May 3, 2013 in Huntington Beach, California.  Hanson, a former FBI agent, had just finished exercising with a friend at a local Huntington Beach high school running track when he lay on the ground to wait for his friend to complete her laps around the track. As he lay there, he looked up and notice a triangular-shape UFO travelling very fast across the sky. According to Hanson: “From what I could see, I would estimate it to be a near perfect equilateral triangle. The spheres were large enough that they extended beyond the triangle's points. In other words, it appeared that they were not contained within the inside of