Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner: “The Alien Abduction Files”

Alien Abduction Files

The Most Startling Cases of Human-Alien Contact

The Alien Abduction Files finally reveals:

1. The little-known characteristics of alien experimental procedures; 2. The theoretical science that can explain alien technology; 3. The messages conveyed by the ETs to abduction experiencers; 4. The vulnerabilities and benefits of living life as an abduction experiencer; 5. The evidence that these phenomena are real and not imaginary.

 Little-known details of alien experimental procedures
 Theoretical science that explains alien technology
 Messages conveyed by the ETs to abductees
 Vulnerabilities and benefits of living life as an abductee
 Evidence that alien phenomena are real

Long-established investigators and sought-after media experts in the field of alien abduction, Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner have combined their ground-breaking new evidence in a book, The Alien Abduction Files: The Most Startling Cases of Human-Alien Contact Ever Reported.

About the Authors: Author, researcher and lecturer Kathleen Marden has more than 22
years’ experience in the research and investigation of the alien abduction phenomenon.
She is the niece of Betty and Barney Hill, whose story stirred world-wide interest.
Marden has lectured at numerous conferences and appears on TV specials. She is coauthor
of Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience: the True Story of the World;
and the coauthor of Science Was Wrong: Startling Truths About Cures, Theories, and Inventions
“They” Declared Impossible.

MUFON’s Assistant Director of Abduction Studies, a MUFON Field Investigator and
STAR Team member, and Director of the Florida UFO Research Group of UFORCOP,
Denise Stoner holds educational forums for the public and private gatherings of abduction
experiencers. Her involvement in the UFO field spans more than 20 years. She has
lectured on the abduction phenomenon and appeared radio shows and on PBS TV.

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