• by Stan Romanek
  • Narrated by Michael Pearl
  • 8 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This is the startling, bewildering, intriguing, and wildly popular account of Stan Romanek's scientifically supported and well-documented experiences of alien encounters and abductions. It is augmented by lab reports, testimonial from prominent professors, and vivid recollections of photo and video stills shots and refers to proven mathematical equations of which Stan should have no known knowledge. As difficult as Stan finds it, he even shares information regarding his regression sessions, shedding more light on his experiences.
Stan's regressions have become a bridge for information about the origins of these strange beings. While the encounters are at times frightening, Stan and his wife, Lisa, take a somewhat lighthearted approach by affectionately naming each creature and not backing down from the frightening experiences. They take every opportunity possible to document whatever they can to help explain these rare and odd occurrences.
Romanek resides in Colorado. He has been interviewed on Larry King Live, 20/20, Coast to Coast, and other national television and radio programs. He has been invited to speak at UFO conferences across the country. His unique story has appeared in UFO Magazine, MUFON Journal, and other periodicals.


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What a story! Very warmly written and narrated. ET abductions are occurring daily all over the world and they never are reported in mass media. Humans are being taken onto ET space craft for surgical procedures. This book is about one man's abduction experiences as told by him. I would say this is one of my very favorite books of all time. Get this NOW!

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- G. Sherman

bedtime story

Whether your a believer or not...
This is a well known story if your into the alien stories, and the story is fantastic. sure some of it is hard to believe. However, the reader reads as it were a bedtime story which help create a more fictional fantasy world then the biography style it's meant to be. almost creating a belittling effect that is sure to make the reader feel child like for believing or even entertained by the notion of the existence of aliens. I like the story but think the reader did it no justice to the cause
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- Richard Jameson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-05-2015
  • Publisher: Brook Forest Voices