Toronto Skiier Linked to Possible Alien Abduction
A MISSING man who mysteriously turned up in California - nearly 3,000 miles from the ski resort where he was - and still wearing his ski clothes including goggles and mask, has sparked claims he may have been abducted by aliens. Constantinos “Danny” Filippidis, 49, from Toronto, was at the Whiteface Mountain, near New York, when he was reported missing by friends who could not find him.
The married dad-of-two was with a group of fellow firefighters when they lost him as the mountain range was about to close. Although there was no trace of him, his belongings – including his identification documents – were discovered in his lodge, and his car was still in the parking lot.
Hundreds of volunteers, rescue dogs and helicopters scoured the icy terrain, as friends and family feared the worst. However, six days later he turned up dazed and confused around 2,824 miles away in California - unable to say how he got there and still wearing his skiing clothes complete with helmet and goggles.
He was otherwise in good health, and his location was discovered after he made a phone call to his wife, who urged him to contact police.
The mysterious circumstances surrounding how he got there has led to speculation among conspiracy theorists that he may have been abducted by aliens or even teleported.
In a video entitled "skier teleported 2,900 miles away from mountain", YouTube conspiracy theory channel Secureteam10 likened the case to that of Travis Walton - one of the world's most famous alleged alien abduction victims.
Mr Walton, who was working with a group of loggers in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, in November 1975, went missing for five days after a bizarre UFO sighting.
He resurfaced confused – claiming to have been abducted by aliens.
Mr Glockner said: "How does a married firefighter on a mountain suddenly disappear off the face of the planet seemingly then suddenly end up in California?"
According to Dr. Michael Salla, elites are allowing humans to be abducted by manipulative aliens in exchange for commercially profitable technology.