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Discussion - The Book "Experience: Memoirs of an Abducted Childhood" Elizabeth Anglin skeptical about aliens. Though she had experienced some strange things, and was afraid of aliens for most of her childhood, she considered her fears to be irrational. She didn’t believe friends and family members who said they saw aliens, or had relationships with aliens, or even...had been alien in a past life. She thought they were suffering from stress, or an inability to distinguish dreams from reality. Then, on November 29, 1989, she found herself face to face with an alien in her apartment, and realized this kind of event had happened before. Even worse, she realized that a boy she knew growing up had probably been killed when an abduction experience went wrong, and that aliens can make mistakes…sometimes deadly mistakes. Terrified, she contacted abduction researcher Budd Hopkins, who put her in touch with Dr. John E. Mack at Harvard University. Soon after, she became one of the first abductees to research abduction experiences with Dr. Mack. This is the story of what happened before that research. This is the first book in a series of three. Book two "Inquiry:Memoirs of an Abduction Research Subject" will be available in Spring, 2016. In it, Elizabeth will detail what it was like to research her alien abduction experiences with Dr. John Mack (and other researchers) speak at Harvard University and MIT, and take part in the legal battle with Harvard University over their "Committee of Inquiry" attempting to censure Dr. Mack for undertaking academic alien abduction research.


Elizabeth Anglin, Researched her alien abduction experiences with Dr. John. E. Mack from 1990 through 1997. Parts of her story appear in the book by Dr. Mack, “Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens” Elizabeth was a speaker at “The Abduction Studies Conference at MIT” in May, 1992, and at the final "Open Forum at the Macht Building" at Harvard University in August,1995. Elizabeth was trained as a peer mentor for other abduction experiencers through the Program for Extraordinary Experience Research, now the John E. Mack Institute. Elizabeth has a degree in Geography from The University of Massachusetts, Boston. Once a coordinator of scientific research groups at MIT, she now works as a Spirit Medium, Psychic and Animal Communicator in private practice in Telluride, Colorado.