|Another day at work|
On Sunday, it was the 4th day of the search and there was still no trace of Travis. That’s when the guys started getting accused from murder. Meanwhile, Deputy Gillespie approached the guys and asked them if they wanted to take a lie detective test. On Monday, as the men were going to the department, the media had a field day with news reports and photographers hovering the suspect men and asked them about the UFO and of a possible murder. Cy Gilson was going to conduct the tests: Cy at the time was a top rated polygraph examiner in the state of Arizona. Cy gave them a brief idea of what they were going to do and how he was going to conduct the questions. The guys realized then that they were being questioned about murder and not a UFO. They all felt that the guys were going to get set up but they still agreed to take the test. Sheriff Gillespie was confident that the test results would solve the mystery that day. Steve was the first one to be tested. Cy figured since he was the youngest, he would be more willing to confess. Steve was nervous to the point where he felt his nerves would flunk him. Cy explained his tests had 92-97% accuracy and he would not tell the guys the results of the test. All the men were tested. But in an interesting turn, when Allen was tested, he wasn’t cooperative. He was moving his arms so the needles would deflect and because of that, no determination could be made with him. The testing took all day and into the evening. Cy looked over his results and wanted to view the results with another examiner.
|Truth or lies?|
(to be continued...)
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