Speak: Memoirs of Shadows - by Laura
David M. Jacobs,
earliest memory I knew beyond a doubt that my life was
different than other children's lives. I feared the
visitors that would come to my bedroom unseen by my
parents in the night.
Jacobs, Ph.D., International Center for Abduction
Jacobs answers questions from readers and website
visitors regarding the alien abduction phenomenon and
with David Jacobs On "The Threat"
UFO Journalist Sean
what he believes to be the answers was not a happy event
for Jacobs. He told us recently that he now approaches
the subject with an attitude of dread and deep concern
about the future of humanity and the planet we call
of Shadows by Laura
And A. With David Jacobs On "The Threat"
Temple University professor David
Jacobs, Ph.D., the author of the highly regarded books
"The UFO Controversy In America" and "Secret Life," has
spent more than 30 years researching UFOs and alien
abduction. But it was only recently that he came to feel
he had solved the mystery to his own satisfaction.
Finding what he believes to be the answers was not a
happy event for Jacobs.
Talk About UFO Abductions: A Typical Abduction Event
David M. Jacobs, Ph.D.,
International Center for Abduction
Abductions are complex series of
events and procedures directed by the abductors to
passive or controlled abductees. In a typical or common
abductions, humans are taken out of their normal
environment by aliens.
Threat, by David Jacobs - Excerpts
David M. Jacobs, Ph.D., Temple
critical question still remains: Why are the aliens so
secretive? The answer can be found in the motives and
purposes of the Breeding Program. Because the fetus must
be protected, the most effective method to prevent the
abductee from knowing about the pregnancy is to keep it
secret from her. In response to Lucy Sanders's questions
one alien was uncharacteristically forthcoming.
Clearly About the Abduction Phenomenon
David M. Jacobs, Ph.D., International
Center for Abduction Research
From the beginning of the abduction
phenomenon, debunkers, critics, and proponents have
organized their knowledge about abductions based on
incomplete evidence and culturally determined