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It's an excellent book for any ufology collection. Before you read it. Check out this video as it will give you a much better context on some of the content:I got it at a used book store but have not started it. Other than Communion I have not read any abduction books
Video Featuring John Mack and His Work
From his obit -September 16th, 1994
Ariel School in Ruwa South Africa
Multiple Witness UFO Sighting & Alien Encounter
A real concern. This is always a dicey business and we are left to rely on Mack's assessments. Corroboration by other child psychologists would be helpful.I do question how Mack was questioning the children - and my attention is especially drawn to the long pauses made before they answered - suggesting to me that they were trying to come up with the answer that would please Mack and stop the questioning (what children do). While I would not say that Mack was 'leading' the interviews, I do question the children's ability to answer such sophisticated questions about their feelings. Mack was consistently asking them to intellectualize their feelings - very difficult for a child to do. The event at the school was very unusual - something had taken place - and it's possible that Mack's enthusiasm shaped the situation a bit.