Published April 1999
by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
“The Abduction Enigma” Book Review In the book “The Abduction Enigma” a group of scientists use past experiences and documented evidence to answer the question of legitimacy of alien abductions. The topic of our ethnography is alien believers and this book addressed famous cases of abductions and the scientists that investigated those abductions/5. Throughout the book, the authors mention news accounts, science fiction books, and movies, part of the common culture, that can account for some of the parallels among various abductee reports. Abduction researchers, some with whole chapters devoted to them, are attacked for creating stories that fit . Clearly, the discussions between the characters in this book are the same discussions and traumas actual UFO experiencers have in the safe confines of their homes and behind closed doors. Philip Mantle has clearly given us a unique insight into the human side and psychological components of the abduction enigma/5(13). Kevin D. Randle, Russ Estes, and William P. Cone, PhD, published a book in , The Abduction Enigma: The truth behind the mass alien abductions of the late twentieth century, in which they claim to have revealed the truth about alien abductions, at least those purportedly occurring during the late twentieth century.
The Abduction Enigma (Note: Russ Estes, Bill Cone and I published a book called The Abduction Enigma about a decade ago. We saw it as a way of changing abduction research for the better by pointing out the weaknesses in the field. Of course we were attacked for our heresies and our suggestions were ignored. I first learned about the Walt Disney Company's flirtation with UFOlogy, about which I posted two weeks ago, while reading a book called The Abduction Enigma (). This book, co-authored by Kevin Randle, Russ Estes, and William P. Cone, is not one of the better-known works of abduction . To the authors, abductions can't exist, so the `conclusion' is foregone. `The Abduction Enigma' is a self-congratulatory debunking tract under the guise of genuine investigation, with only the most superficial investigation of the evidence ever intended or s: 7. The Alien Abduction Cult Janu I've met both David Jacobs and Budd Hopkins at different UFO conferences. They seem like nice enough people - witty, even charming, until you realize that they, and other "abductionologists" like them, have spent decades spouting absolute nonsense about "alien abductions", and in the process have caused very real trauma to very real people (and.
Books like John Fuller’s The Interrupted Journey and Budd Hopkins’ Missing Time followed fairly conventional pathways (to the extent that Ufology can be considered conventional!). They were books that focused on the abduction issue from an “alien scientists are kidnapping our citizens” perspective. Abduction is a novel written by Robin Cook. Buy a cheap copy of The Abduction Enigma by Kevin D. Randle BH2M9O6 - A gently used book at a great low price. Free shipping in the US. Discount books. Let the stories live on. Affordable books. "Offering the immediacy of freshly-lived experience, the precision of scientific reporting, and the high intrigue of top-notch mystery writing, Smith's real-life Diary of an Abduction is a riveting and provocative journey into the sky, into the soul, and beyond." That's what the back cover s: