Description : Driving home from Canada on the night of September 19,1961, Betty and Barney Hill of Portsmouth, New Hampshire "sighted" a flying saucer. The experience left them shaken. When they arrived in Portsmouth, Barney found inexplicable scuff marks on the tips of his shoes; Betty noted rows of mysterious shiny circles on the trunk of their car. What was worse, they realized that they could not account for almost two hours of their time on the road. After many months of psychic distress dating from this night, the Hills sought medical assistance from a distinguished Boston psychiatrist and neurologist. Under psychotherapy, including time-regression hypnosis, the Hills gave almost identical accounts of what had happened during the lost two hours of their journey - a period of time their conscious mind had repressed. They told of an encounter with intelligent humanoid beings who took them aboard an alien space craft, questioned them, and submitted them to physical examination. After seven months of treatment, the psychiatrist decided that neither of his patients was psychotic, and that both consciously and under hypnosis, hey told what they believed to be the absolute truth. Here is the complete account, from beginning to end, of the story of Betty and Barney Hill. It included the actual transcriptions of the tapes made of their testimony under hypnosis, as well as the sketches they drew, both in and out of trance, of the spacecraft and humanoid creatures. Neither Betty nor Barney Hill stated that the experience could not be challenged; on the other hand, the doctor did not offer an incontrovertible assessment to discredit the Hills' testimony. Whether INTERRUPTED JOURNEY is fact or fantasy or something in between, it is unquestionably one of the most fascinating books of the century
Description : Describes efforts to protect sea turtles, particularly Kemp's ridley turtles, and help them reproduce and replenish their once-dwindling numbers.
Description : Since its emergence in the 1960s, belief in alien abduction has saturated popular culture, with the ubiquitous image of the almond-eyed alien appearing on everything from bumper stickers to bars of soap. Drawing on interviews with alleged abductees from the New York area, Bridget Brown suggests a new way for people to think about the alien phenomenon, one that is concerned not with establishing whether aliens actually exist, but with understanding what belief in aliens in America may tell us about our changing understanding of ourselves and our place in the world. They Know Us Better Than We Know Ourselves looks at how the belief in abduction by extraterrestrials is constituted by and through popular discourse and the images provided by print, film, and television. Brown contends that the abduction phenomenon is symptomatic of a period during which people have come to feel increasingly divested of the ability to know what is real or true about themselves and the world in which they live. The alien abduction phenomenon helps us think about how people who feel left out create their own stories and fashion truths that square with their own experience of the world.
Description : Interrupted Bridal Journey Part two After Peter sweeps Maryanne off her feet, she scraps her plans to meet Thomas, her arranged husband, in San Francisco, marries Peter instead, and sets up home in Omaha. The marriage is idyllic, and when she falls pregnant after a while, she feels her happiness is complete. After being initially indifferent to Albert's arrival, Peter warms to him, and Maryanne assumes that life couldn't get better. However, fate has a few lessons in store for her. When two tragedies strike, in relatively quick succession, Maryanne has cause to re-evaluate her life completely, and finally wonder whether she should resume her interrupted journey to San Francisco. Will Thomas take her back? Does she deserve happiness after disappointing him so much? As her aunt points out to her when they meet again - you cannot make your children's mistakes for them, you have to let them make them themselves.
Description : About the Author Marlene Phillip was born on September 23, 1978. She is the proud mother of Aaron and Aaliyah. She was born and raised on the beautiful twin islands of Trinidad and Tobago. She came from a family of thirteen, with seven girls and six boys. She experienced the death of her mom and four of her siblings that led her to questioned God about her existence. Marlene wants to make a difference in the lives of others by bringing hope and life to situations that may seem to be difficult to overcome. She is an overcomer of abuse and child neglect. However, instead of dwelling on her negative past, she came to the place where she was able to embrace it and learned that God always has a plan. Marlene is currently a student at the Goldey Beacom College in Delaware, where she is proud to be a first-generation graduate who holds a BS in Business Administration and an MBA in International Business. She plans to pursue her Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) in 2019. Her passion for education came when she was taken out of school at the tender age of thirteen. After another thirteen years of being out of school, she was determined to go back and prove to herself and others that a setback or delay in life does not mean you cannot pursue your dreams. The sky is the limit for her. As an aspiring leader and coach, Marlene has a heart for service. She believes people matter to God, and they should be to us as well. Her desire is to be a transformational speaker, where she can not only inspire or motivate others, but to transform their lives wherever she goes. She always refers to herself as the "three D's" --Dedicated, Disciplined, and Determined. Marlene is a go-getter and loves to be challenged. She does not believe in using the word can't. She always states, "She can do all things through Christ Jesus who gives her strength." She loves writing, reading, going to movies, travelling, and meeting new people.