Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods

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Ballantine Books, 1987 - Fiction - 318 pages
"One comes to a tender regard for Hopkins's subjects. Their uniform similarities of description of their UFO abductions and of the aliens bear a faithful fact that could sway many an ironclad skeptic."
There have been tens of thousands of verified UFO sightings and landings. But it is the actual temporary abductions that are the most controversial and dramatic stories behind this phenomenon. In the summer of 1983, Kathie Davis was floated out of her room in rural Indianapolis, while she slept, then subjected to a physical examination inside a UFO. The story she told the world afterwards, and corroborated by specialists and hundreds of other victims all over the country, is not to be missed or dismissed lightly.

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This first novel from the author of The New Alchemists is for the computer naive and the computer literate alike. The central characters are young, affluent, curiously detached. The plot is smooth ... Read full review

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I read this book 20 years ago and I still remember not sleeping well for months. Very believable and freaky.


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Budd Hopkins is the "New York Times" bestselling author of three seminal books of the UFO abduction phenomenon: "Witnessed, Intruders, " and "Missing Time." He has appeared on hundreds of national television and radio programs, and was the spokesperson for the SCI FI channels miniseries "Taken, " produced by Steven Spielberg. He is also head of IF, the Intruders Foundation, a nonprofit research and support organization.

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