Sunday, July 8, 2007

The Black Triangle Abduction

Right now I'm reading Bill and Nadine Foster's book The Black Triangle Abduction. I don't know what to make of it; it's written by someone who isn't a narrative writer (he writes how to books) - he writes in a folksy, straight forward style using too many commas. Which sounds and feels right. There are a lot of eerie parallels to other encounters, including my own. Foster details his regression sessions, and he's contacted MUFON, NUFORC, Budd Hopkins and other "bona fide" (LOL) researchers.

Like many experiencers, he didn't have any interest or knowledge of UFO/close encounter events until this happened to him. A missing time episode and sighting with his wife and friends was the trigger for him that led him to discover his experience.

I haven't finished the book, just about in the middle. I don't know what to make of it; it's the first triangle abduction I know of, which makes it different. There are similarities however, as I mentioned. Foster mentions some interesting facts; the way journalist just put words in his mouth, for example. And a package delivered to him by an unnamed source in his town related to the sighting; the affects of the sighting on the town, which can be verified. So something did happen.

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