THE TUJUNGA CANYON CONTACTS tells the true stories of five young women "abductees" who lived in and near Tujunga Canyon, northeast of Los Angeles, and who were all linked by more or less intimate personal relationships. The abductions and related events, which took place over a period of more than two decades, were first investigated by UFO researcher Ann Druffel for five full years, and later by Druffel and parapsychologist D. Scott Rogo together. Many of the abduction details first revealed in the Tujunga Canyon case have been confirmed in the hundreds of cases that followed it. First published during the peak of the 20th century's UFO abduction epidemic, THE TUJUNGA CANYON CONTACTS was only the second book written about so-called "alien abductions." This edition of the classic work contains the two new chapters prepared for the updated version of the book. During this updating of the story, Druffel first realized that abduction scenarios can be fended off by strong-willed, confident experiencers, since three of the five young women intuitively discovered, and used, various "resistance techniques" to fend off, and eventually end, the harrowing attacks.
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"The Tujunga Canyon Contacts" raises the bar as to whether and how proper scientific study of alien abduction can--and no doubt should--continue, and it stands alone as one of the finest texts to ever delve into the subject at length.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1980. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110139325417