Carl Nagaitis & Philip Mantle
If you want a book that gives a particularly British slant to the alien abduction phenomenon, then this is the one for you.
Focussing on the subject from a UK perspective, Carl Nagaitis and Philip Mantle bring home, with startling clarity, how odd, sometimes baffling and often terrifying alleged alien abductions can be. This phenomenon is not solely an American one and the many cases that are sensibly and diligently reviewed in the book emphasise this.
Dozens of reports are included, ranging from world famous ones, such as the Alan Godfrey case from 1980, to ones that the reader may not have heard of before. Often it is these that are the most startling to read, as terrified abductees recount their traumatic experiences.
The authors draw upon the knowledge of world famous researchers such as Bud Hopkins, to name but one, but it is left up to the reader (and rightly so) to draw their own conclusions about each case.
After reading 'Without Consent', there is only one, inescapable conclusion: people are being taken by entities from outside this world against their will! It is a petrifying thought, but one that should not be locked away in some dark corner of the mind. These people are not crazy. They are not attention-seeking media hounds, indeed, most wanted no media exposure and many of the cases in the book use pseudonyms. These are normal, British people who hold down regular jobs, lead normal family lives and suddenly found their worlds turned upside down by a phenomenon that academia refuses to acknowledge as anything but psychological.
Read 'Without Consent' and learn for yourself the truth about the abduction enigma.
- Steve Johnson
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]