By Alec Newald
Published by Nexus Magazine, 2011 revised edition
Soft cover, 150mm x 235mm, 241 pages
One Monday morning in mid-February 1989, Alec Newald set off on what should have been a three-hour drive from Rotorua to Auckland, New Zealand. He arrived in Auckland tired and confused, but was even more confused to learn that Monday was now Thursday ten days later. He had no idea what had happened over that time, when Alec did retrieve his memories of those missing days , he realised his life had changed forever.
Early on that fateful trip, while driving through a foggy mountain pass, Alec was whisked from the road while still in his car by beings from an extraterrestrial civilization. What he learned and experienced during his stay with the friendly beings has profound implications for all of us here on Earth.
Soon after his ‘return’, Alec received strange visits from ‘government scientists’ wanting to know about his experience. Among other things, they were keen to learn what he had noticed about the capabilities of this alien race. Alec was uncooperative and soon found himself in ‘hot water’.
It was obvious that there ‘scientists’ knew all about Alec’s ‘abductors’ and expected they would return to earth one day soon, possibly with a more permanent arrangement in mind.