posted on May, 31 2008 @ 08:44 AM
I recently finished "Close encounters of the fourth kind" by C.D.B Bryan. It is based on the 1992 MIT alien abduction conference. It is the first
piece of abduction literature I have read, and I am eager to know what you guys think of it.
As expected, some parts were a bit hard to stomach. Naked aliens in cowboy hats being one. Although first hand experience with abductees is considered
of paramount importance, I don't have that luxury. I can only mull over what is presented in this book, and sometimes found myself wondering whether
some of these abduction stories were in fact dreams of some kind.
The cases with at least one witness to the event tend to interest me much more. Kids going missing for periods of time is mentioned by the author, but
that's about it.
The case of the lady that was floated through her apartment into a UFO blew my mind. Surely something like that (with witnesses to the event) would
receive far more attention. Does anyone know if there was any follow up investigation to this event, or any of the cases presented?
What became of the abductees I wonder?