Why would two women separated by thousands of miles share a common thread involving alien abduction? Both cases are supported by multiple witnesses and have substantial evidence. Both women experienced missing time while driving with a companion and were later taken from their homes. Both have been unwilling participants in ongoing experimental procedures that appear to follow family genetic lines. Both witnesses have given detailed descriptions of the crafts - interior, technology, medical procedures, messages from the visitors, and the types of ET they have encountered, including their society's hierarchical structure. Even more startling, both have independently described finding themselves on identical huge craft within the same time frame.
The Alien Abduction Files finally reveals:
©2013 Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner (P)2014 Tantor
"The topic of alien abduction is complex and controversial. This book comes closer than others, bringing clarity to the haze of controversy." (Stanton T. Friedman, nuclear physicist, author of Flying Saucers and Science)
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"Story great....Narrator ANNOYING"
This was a very interesting and educational book. I'm very interested in the possibility of aliens visiting Earth so I really enjoyed it. The narrator did a great job of telling it however her voice and her need to put such great emphasis on certain syllables couldn't be more annoying. I almost couldn't wait for the story to end just so I didn't need to listen to her voice any longer. If you're into aliens and alien abduction get the book. You'll be glad you did.
"Don't buy this book"
Almost everything was wrong about the book, it was a total failure.
The reader was way too dry ,boring and mechanical.
Disappointment. The "story" is suppose to be about people being abducted by aliens, but it turns very quickly to a long, slow, very drawn out description of every conceivable little tiny detail possible about the people , history, great grand mother and great grandfather, brother sisters ,then their character, descriptions, then the houses, the neighbors , the weather ,the dog next ; and the way the curtains in a parlor looked twenty years ago. The author obviously is filling space and has nothing to say about the subject but long drawn out descriptions of inconsequential things over and over and over again. Space aliens 10%,BS 90 %.A waste of time.
"Not my cup of tea"
It was kind of tedious, but it might have been less the narration and more the material read.
The author is a competent technical writer, but there is no fun in it. When I read or listen to a book, I don't want to have to process stacks of statistics, unless I'm reading a textbook or research paper for work. I don't want to pay to do that on my own time.
May be demonic based I think if ones a Christian it's best to veer clear if this topic. Interesting to some extent
"really interesting spooky and knowledgeable."
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Absolutely fantastic book based on true facts and actual things that happened to real people, really opening eyes and disclosing things which are kept under the rugs however is a real problem affecting people and their life's as well as providing them with unbelievable knowledge. Therefore I am giving highest rating to this book, narrator was superb too!!! Absolutely recommend to read it !!
"7 hours of exposition"
Very little actual substance. Abductees stories interesting but account for about 20% of the book.
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