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In a very shallow attempt at 'investigation' I found Dr. Clancy's book more of an exercise in validating her prejudices and biases, more of an effort to lend credibility to her own... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kriti Mishra
Read for a college class, Psycology of Weird Beliefs. Good insight in how people think they were abducted.Published 2 months ago by Rachel R.
Pretty good analysis of the psychology involved with people claiming alien abduction.Published 2 months ago by Charles Wilson
Clear and to the point, yey funny and easy to follow. A very readable and thorough investigation of a fascinating subject.Published 5 months ago by Per-Bjarne Ravnå
All I can say is its an excellent starting off point (Psychologically) why people believe they were abducted by aliens. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R.K. Sprau
If like me you are an unbeliever and you find gut wrenching laughter therapeutic, this book is a real find.Published 7 months ago by Michael J
Clancy's whole study is flawed and biased because she starts off with the belief that abductions probably aren't true. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tyler Hamilton
Susan Clancy clearly defines abduction experiences in a way not belittling of the folks having them but at the same time asking the age old question "where is the proof? Read morePublished 20 months ago by Daniel Reece Hamilton
The author makes a very comprehensive, cogent and rational case for understanding he alien abduction phenomenon. Read morePublished 20 months ago by mauricev