Abductee literature has grown rapidly since the late 1980s.  While some accounts are relatively accurate, others are based on fragmentary and inaccurate memories sometimes mixed with channeled and confabulated information.  Nevertheless, they convey the abductees’ stresses and pressures as they struggle to come to grips with their situation.  Among the most prominent of these accounts are:

Kim Carlsberg.  Beyond My Wildest Dreams. Santa Fe, NM: Bear & Company, 1995. 

Beth Collings and Anna Jamerson. Connections: Solving Our Alien Abduction Mystery.  Newberg, OR: Wild Flower Press, 1996. 

Leah Haley.  Lost was the Key. Tuscaloosa, AL: Greenleaf Publications, 1993. 

Charles Hickson and William Mendez. UFO Contact at Pascagoula. Tucson, AZ: Wendelle C. Stevens, 1983. 

Debbie Jordan and Kathy Mitchell, Abducted! The Story of the Intruders Continues....  New York: Carroll & Graf, 1994.

Whitley Strieber. Communion.  New York: Morrow, 1987. 

Karla Turner.  Into the Fringe.  New York: Berkley, 1992. 

Ed Walters.  UFO Abductions in Gulf Breeze.  New York: Avon, 1994.

Travis Walton. Fire in the Sky.  New York: Marlowe and Co., 1996. 

Katharina Wilson.  The Alien Jigsaw, Portland, OR: Puzzle Publishing, 1994.

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