Another Alien Abductee Comes Out of the Closet

It’s not an easy decision to come forward with an alien abduction story. Alien abductees are often treated like a circus freak show — pay your dollar to look at the Siamese twins, or elephant man, or human skeleton. You risk public ridicule which could cost you a job if your employer isn’t on board with their customers knowing you work there.

Then there’s being recognized at the grocery store. Nobody’s going to come up to you and say, “Wow, you changed my life with your heartwarming story!” No, they’ll laugh and ask about anal probes as if it were some sort of big joke. Just think, if the topic itself is a big joke, what do you think that makes YOU?

And if becoming the butt of an alien anal probe joke isn’t enough, you risk a complete loss of privacy. Once the media gets a whiff that another alien abductee has come out of the closet, they might decide you’re the next best sensational tabloid story to splash across the front page.

The public isn’t your biggest worry, however — there’s the government to worry about. Big Brother has some pretty strong views on what UFO alien information they want fed to the public. If Big Brother doesn’t like your angle, you could disappear off the face of the earth. The aliens would get the blame and the media circus would eat it up. “Alien abductee goes missing, UFOs suspected!” Few would take it seriously.

So why on earth would you risk coming forward? What would motivate an alien abductee to take such a big risk on so many levels?

For me it was simple, my inner voice urged me to embrace what happened. I’d kept a diary of events for some of the hottest activity without even realizing the truth of what was happening. The UFO aliens hid behind the shadows of the night, so I believed that I was simply plagued with UFO dreams and alien nightmares, hence the name for the book.

Alien Nightmares: Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions was published in 2012, and maybe facing the doom and gloom predicted for December 2012 was a poke in the shoulder. I figured the year 2012 would probably slide on by just as the year 2000 did, with a lot of huff and puff, but what if?

All I knew was that if Armageddon didn’t get us in 2012, it would get us sooner or later, and I strongly believe that the UFO aliens will be there. Whether they bring it on, or whether they rescue our undeserving butts from annihilation, I don’t know, but they will be flying the skies overhead in some capacity and we need to be prepared for them. Right now, we aren’t.

Hollywood sensationalizes space aliens, usually in the form creatures who eat us alive or take over our bodies, but rarely in a manner that genuinely prepares us to come face to face with a real live alien.

Sooner or later mankind is going to wake up to alien space ships landing in the front yard. On that day the world will panic, just as it did after the radio broadcast War of the Worlds. Whether the aliens come in peace or bring war, it doesn’t matter. The only hope we have of being truly ready is to accept the aliens as being a genuine phenomenon, long before they arrive in full force.

Hopefully those of us willing to share our stories will help pave the way for the public to get a grip. You can read my personal account of what it’s like when the UFO aliens come calling in the book, Alien Nightmares: Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions. It’s available in paperback, Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and audiobook.

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