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Leah Haley On Her Experiences & Alleged Abduction

From: Jack Brewer <brewer.jack.nul>
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 23:43:41 -0700 (PDT)
Archived: Sat, 17 Sep 2011 08:20:41 -0400
Subject: Leah Haley On Her Experiences & Alleged Abduction

Source: The UFO Trail Blog


Saturday, September 17, 2011

Leah Haley on Alien Abduction: "It Doesn't Happen"

Former self-described alien abductee Leah Haley has revised her
perspectives about her experiences of high strangeness to
conclude that no alien abductions ever took place in her life.
She now completely attributes her remarkable perceptions to
having been an involuntary research subject. Commenting on
literal alien abduction from her home in Pensacola, Florida,
Haley stated, "It doesn't happen."


She is now thoroughly convinced mind control experiments are
responsible for what became known as the alien abduction


She explained, "It was like a progression with me until I
finally came to the conclusion that everything with me was
human-instigated. That's where the evidence pointed. I didn't
find any concrete evidence - no absolute concrete evidence - of
aliens, but plenty of evidence of human intervention."

Such evidence included two events reportedly occurring the
morning of June 16, 2000. Haley experienced abduction-like
visions, non-ordinary states of consciousness and the sensation
of hearing voices in her head. Haley was home alone during the
second episode, which also included paralysis. Davenport
returned unexpectedly, observing a helicopter hovering within
100 feet of their house. The helicopter soon departed, leaving
Davenport to find Haley ill and disoriented inside the home.

Full articleat at site.


Jack Brewer

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