October 1992 ...
you are driving down a deserted highway late at night. Out of the
corner of your eye you see a light in the sky, one that seems to be
moving. For some reason, you decide to pull over to the side of the
road to take a look. The next thing you know, you are back on the road,
several miles further down. When you arrive at your destination, you
are stunned to discover you are two hours later than you had expected
In subsequent days, you find it difficult to
put the incident out of your mind, despite an over-whelming feeling
that you should forget what happened. There is an unusual scar on your
leg, as though a tiny scoop of skin had been taken out, and later a
triangle shaped rash appears on your stomach. You are bothered by
nightmares, and feel as though you are being watched. The image of
something with large black eyes that you cannot connect to a face
bubbles to the surface of your mind for brief instants.
the advice of a friend you see a doctor, who has no explanation for
either the rash or the scar. The doctor refers you to a psychiatrist,
who diagnoses you as suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome. The
psychiatrist uses hypnotic regression techniques to retrieve repressed
memories, and you are shocked to relive the experience of being
kidnapped and examined by strange alien-type beings, with large heads
and large penetrating black eyes. The beings perform some sort of
medical procedure before returning you to you vehicle.
psychiatrist does not believe in UFO people or alien abduction, yet is
puzzled by the apparent reality of the stress and trauma of what has
happened to you. Further regression sessions reveal an ongoing pattern
of abductions and alien encounters throughout your life, since
childhood. Memories of suppressed events surface. When details
surrounding these events are discussed with relatives, they
independently confirm for you the reality of what you are remembering,
now without the aid of the hypnosis state.
never been interested in the topic of UFO's or paranormal phenomena
before, and now find yourself plunged into reading every book you can
on the subject. You discover that you are not alone in what has
happened to you, that hundreds, even thousands have come forward with
similar stories, and that there is a growing belief that the government
is conducting a massive cover-up of an ongoing involvement with the
beings behind the UFO mystery.
You are contacted by
reporters and investigators and UFO buffs, and become involved in the
"UFO scene". Feverish debate concerning your case, dominated by
personal attacks and uninformed theorizing, surges through the UFO
community. One author includes your story in his book, and you begin to
receive media attention
You agree to appear on a TV
talk show, with the desire to help others who are going through what
you have realize they are not going insane and that they are not alone.
A "debunker" from the Committee for the Investigation of Scientific
Claims of the Paranormal dismisses you as a "fantasy-prone publicity
seeker with paranoid delusions influenced by science-fiction imagery in
popular culture". You are pestered to death by UFO "nerds" at the UFO
conventions that you are being increasingly paid to speak to. You
notice strange unmarked black military helicopters that seem to be
following you around. You are audited by the IRS.
aliens continue to come, taking you from your own bedroom at will, and
sometimes not even bothering to block your memory. They tell you that
you are "chosen", and begin to feed you scientific information and
cryptic prophecies. You seem to be developing psychic powers. Your
marriage breaks up. You are fired from your job because of your UFO
activities. You recede into obscurity and try to put your shattered
life back together.
The above scenario has been
repeated many times throughout recent years. Is it any wonder that so
little progress has been made in uncovering the truth behind the UFO
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