Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner, two established investigators and media experts in the field of alien abduction. We’ll visit theoretical science that can explain alien technology; messages conveyed by the ETs to abductees; vulnerabilities and benefits of living life as an abductee; and evidence that alien phenomena are real.
Kathleen Marden is a well-known UFO abduction researcher, author and lecturer with 23 years experience in the field. She is MUFON’s International Director of Abduction Research and an experiencer advocate for Starborn Support.. For ten years Kathy volunteered as MUFON’s Director of Field Investigator Training. In 2012, she was the recipient of MUFON’s “Researcher of the Year” award.
Denise Stoner is MUFON’s Asst. Director of Abduction Studies, Florida, MUFON Field Investigator, Florida and STAR Team member. Director of the Florida Research Group affiliation of UFORCOP. She also holds educational forums for public and private gatherings for abduction experiencers.
In their ground-breaking new book, The Alien Abduction Files: The Most Startling Cases of Human-Alien Contact Ever Re- ported, Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner lay out:
Little-known details of alien experimental procedures
Theoretical science that explains alien technology
Messages conveyed by the ETs to abductees
Vulnerabilities and benefits of living life as an abductee
Evidence that alien phenomena are real
One of the hair-raising case studies is about two women who, separated by thousands of miles, tell common stories of their abductions, both supported by multiple witnesses and substantial evidence; both experienced missing time while driving with a compan- ion, and were later taken from their homes. Unwilling participants in ongoing experi- mental procedures, they gave nearly identical descriptions of the crafts’ interiors and technology, medical procedures, messages from the visitors, and the types of ETs they encountered. Even more startling, both have independently described finding them- selves on identical huge craft, within the same timeframe.