Book Review:The Alien Abduction Files

Alien Abduction

Title: The Alien Abduction Files
Author: Kathleen Marden, Denise Stoner


An Analtical Approach,

I like this book. As I said before, if you wake up in the morning and find scars on your body that you couldn’t have duplicated while you’re awake, you know something had to happen in your sleep. You start seeing oddities that happen to you, and you wonder if they happen to other people. For example, if I walk or drive by some streetlights I put them out. As well as discussing a few cases, the authors shows some results from the “Marden-Stoner Commonalities Among Abduction Experiencers” study.The questions are broken down the five categories: demographics, abduction memories, paranormal experiences, emotional responses, physiological responses. When strange things happen to you, sometimes even stranger things follow. If you are an analytical person you wonder if there’s a correlation between them. When you have a little child, you test him, to see if he can handle a level of knowledge and comprehension, before you move him up a grade. I like the analytical approach of this book, trying to sort the strangeness in the alien abduction experience.
— The Crackpot (aka Kenneth Hoffman)

Rating:                     4-Stars