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Jazz Singer's True Account Of Extraterrestrial

From: Stig_Agermose@online.pol.dk (Stig Agermose)
Date: Thu, 4 Jun 1998 06:43:28 +0200
Fwd Date: Thu, 04 Jun 1998 01:20:05 -0400
Subject: Jazz Singer's True Account Of Extraterrestrial

From: The New York Post June 3. URL:

http://www.nypostonline.com:80/060398/business/2272.htm


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BUSINESS
By MICHAEL SHAIN

<snipped>

Los Angeles singer Pamela Stonebrooke has upped the ante on
true-life, alien-abduction books.

Stonebrooke claims she had a sexual affair with a reptilian
something-or-other from outer space - and that she was the one
putting the moves on her alien captors.

More unusual than the singer's improbable tale of intergalactic
romance is that editors from at least three publishers bid for
book last week during a one-day auction.

Ballantine Books, a division of Random House, won and will
publish "Experiencer: A Jazz Singer's True Account of
Extraterrestrial Contact" next spring. The advance was said to be
about $100,000.

Far from being a "victim" in a hideous sexual encounter, "she
conquered her fear and carried the sexual action to the
reptilians," says the book proposal.

"She recounts this act of interspecies intercourse in a graphic,
no-holds-barred, tour de force description, unique in UFO
literature, replete with precise physical and emotional detail,
sensational without being sensationalistic," it says.

As far as proof of her amorous adventures, Stonebrooke shows
skeptics a series of marks on her leg, little scooped out patches
of skin - presumably because the aliens needed it to conduct
tests.

Several editors commented that Stonebrooke's height (she's a
six-footer) and Annie Lennox bleach-blonde hair cut will serve
her well on the TV talk-show circuit.

"She's hilariously funny too," says agent Sandra Martin , who
represents the singer Jewel . "She says: "Why would I make this
stuff up? It doesn't exactly help my singing career, does it?'"

Stonebrooke claims she has to remind herself constantly to keep
her legs well shaved. "People always want me to show them the
marks," she
says.

<snipped>


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