July 23, 2003 - Northumberland, Pennsylvania - On August 2, 2002, 39-year-old Todd Sees said good-bye to his wife and two young children as he set off on what was supposed to be a half-day trip to look for deer hunting sites before the season opened. Sees got into his 4-wheel drive truck and headed for the top of Montour Ridge. But his family began to worry that afternoon when he hadn't returned and by August 4, the local police were contacted. A search party of at least two hundred people was organized.
While the search was underway, stories began circulating on the internet that a farmer had seen a silver disk up over the ridge area put down a beam of light and had seen a man's body rise in the beam of light. Then on August 6, Todd Sees's body was found 140 yards from his home where he was last seen alive on August 2. But the police and his wife wouldn't talk to the media and more rumors started that the body had been found nude or only slightly clothed, that it was disfigured or dried up somehow, that the FBI was investigating, and that tissues from the body were being sent to a federal laboratory.
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