||Chris Holly spent a great deal of her life building different entrepreneur ventures, however her one true passion has always been writing. Long ago she found it far easier to explain the paranormal by way of a true story told in an interesting form. She lived a life filled with extreme experiences and unique events involving that which we do not understand. She felt it her destiny to tell these true events to the world by way of her short stories. Along with the Endless Journey and The Knight Zone site, Chris is working on a book. "I am doing a collection of short stories about my lifetime of paranormal experiences, which should be complete by the winter of 2009." You can reach her at email@example.com or visit her website: Chris Holly"s Paranormal World endlessjrny.blogspot.com/ .
THE FEAR - The Truth About Alien Abductionby Chris Holly
(Copyright © 2009 Chris Holly)
Posted: 11:45 July 19, 2009
I write and investigate to the best of my ability about encounters of the unknown. Over the years I have talked to many who have had abductions or lost time events involving beings that were not human- taking humans.
Many of the experiences of abduction or lost time I have written about. Other events I have listened to but did not feel inspired to write about. I do believe most people I talk to yet also feel many are not as truthful as I had hoped they would be.
It is a difficult position to be in when dealing with paranormal subjects. I try to write about events that seem to be truthful and that did actually happen. I rely on logic and years of experience interviewing people as well as my own personal knowledge of some of the subjects I write about. I try hard to avoid attention seekers and agenda folks to the best of my ability.
Like any job skill you learn with practice how to do it well as you tackle and work your way along all the unknown paths. In time you develop a second sense about the people you talk to and let that guide your judgment. I feel after years of doing this that I have developed a second sense of things and know rather quickly who is telling me an experience that they truly encountered and who is making it up as they go.
I am sure there are many reasons why people do the things they do. My interest however is to bring real experiences of real people to the public in hope paths already walked may one day help those who may have similar roads of lost time or abduction ahead of them. It is far better to have knowledge of things unknown rather then walking blindly into them. Reading what others have experienced may one day help someone survive their own encounter with the unknown.
I know for a fact that the ordeals of others that I have written about have prevented people from making errors that could have had life of death consequences if they had not been prepared by something they had read that lingered in the back of their minds.
Recently I had a young man tell me that while on a hiking trip he and his friends noticed a strange object hovering over the lake where they were walking.
His friends wanted to try to find a way to get closer to the craft so they could try to call out to it. He was able to talk his friends into returning to a nearby cabin with lights and other people near by. He told me that he read one of my articles and knew they would be far better off finding other people and shelter and understood that calling out and offering them selves to the unknown was not a good idea at all. I think this mans use of the knowledge he had tucked in the back of his mind may have saved him and his friends from a possible abduction experience.
I cringe each time I read or hear about people who go out to deserted areas in order to try to draw unknown crafts and beings to their location. I can only shake my head as I listen to ideas of using laser lights, radio signals and even camp fires and smoke signals to try to draw the creatures of the unknown to their location. I can only wonder what these people are thinking?
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