Published by Hampton Roads, USA 2001
Paperback, 328 pages, excellent condition
Angela Thompson Smith first began studying UFOs and alien abducion reports of a scientist's unquenchable curiosity, the desire to fill a void of knowledge. Then something "clicked," and gradually memories from what seemed like a parallel life came sliding back into focus: unexplained events...strange anomalies...recurring dreams marked by waking evidence of physical exploitation. Smith's 13-year, day-by-day journal takes us on a fascinating journey between irreconcilable personal experience - as daily life mixes with remembered strangeness - and the larger landscape of alien abduction.
- A scientist strives to place otherworldly experiences within an established framework in a fascinating account that reads like the secret diary of "X-Files'" Dana Scully
- Contains graphic descriptions of abduction experiences, including the aliens, human supporters, and mysterious medical and technical equipment involved
- Traces physical evidence left behind from abduction events to government research and development contractors
- Raises important questions about time, memory, the significance of dreams, and more
An interesting read for those trying to make sense of their own 'encounters'