Was Calvin Parker Abducted by Aliens? See His Exclusive Account This Sunday on Travel Channel

What's it like to be abducted by aliens...and live to tell about it? Calvin Parker says it happened to him in 1973, and he's telling all in his first-ever nationally-televised interview on Travel Channel's new series, UFOs: The Lost Evidence.

On Sunday’s all-new episode, Parker relives the night of October 11, 1973, detailing his chilling run-in with several extraterrestrials. Nineteen-year-old Parker was looking for a spot to fish on the Pascagoula River with his pal Charlie Hickson when the terrifying incident occurred. It’s a night he says he’ll remember for the rest of his life.

In a Travel Channel-exclusive clip of Sunday's interview (below), he recounts the chilling tale.

"Then she took a finger and run it down my throat," says Parker, "tried to come up through my nasal cavities, and that's when I started trying to come back to."

According to The Washington Post, the location of Parker’s purported encounter has been granted a historical marker, designating it as one of the "best-documented" cases of alien abduction.

Parker’s tale is just one of several to be covered on UFOs: The Lost Evidence's upcoming episode titled “UFO Abduction."

UFOs: The Lost Evidence unveils the latest, never-before-revealed audio, video and documentary evidence of extraterrestrials directly from government officials, the military and police, scientists and professors, as well as eyewitness testimonies.

Read The Washington Post’s latest piece on Parker and don’t miss his full account this Sunday, June 30 at 8|7c on UFOs: The Lost Evidence.

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