agent Fox Muldar has nothing on Abbotsford resident Arva
Abraham. The 39 year old has been abducted and visited
regularly by aliens.
truth is out there, that's for sure," says Abraham
borrowing a line from the popular television show which
explores the phenomenon.
is bringing other abductees to the Clearbrook branch of
the Fraser Valley Library for a May 3 seminar between 1
and 4 pm.
the aliens as grey with large heads, long narrow eyes, and
long three fingered hands.
says four times in the last five years she has awoken from
hazy scenarios with vague memories of aliens probing and
inspecting her with medical tools and lasers, adding she
awakes with burned skin, scars on her forehead, ringing
ears and severe headaches.
is no explanation of why I woke up like that," she says.
Barry Beyerstein is an SFU psychologist who heads the B.C.
Skeptics Association. Yes, the truth is out there he says.
have a version of it that makes more sense to me."
not discounting the possibility of life existing elsewhere
in the universe, he says alien visit type experiences are
products of regular sleep-dream patterns or disorders
which people try to interpret.
the past,similar experiences were attributed to demons,
fairies or witches," says Beyerstein, (who by the way,
does not watch the X-Files).
a lot of people out there who fervently believe it."
Dodge of the H.R. McMillan Planetarium says he receives
I can't help them astronomically, I pass it on. "Dodge
says he hasn't seen anything, personally, that he couldn't
Conway, president of UFO*BC, says more people are
reporting these experiences because the social atmosphere
is opening up, in part, because of the TV and movie
industry's focus on the phenomenon. "They feel as though
they are being watched." He says B.C. has the highest
number of UFO in Canada.
evidence is not evidence of Absence" Conway says.