Raymond E. Fowler, author of the book The Andreasson Affair, stopped by to share with us an excerpt from his book.
About the book:
The Andreasson Affair is more than just a classic example of a close encounter. It is--to use the jargon of ufologists--a case of such "high strangeness" that even the most open-minded investigators were at first inclined to dismiss it out of hand. Yet it has become probably the best documented case of its kind to date, the subject of an intensive 12-month investigation conducted for the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) that involved, among other things, the recording of large quantities of testimony given under hypnosis, extensive lie detector testing of witnesses, detailed analysis of corroborative circumstantial evidence, exhaustive comparison with other such accounts, and much more.
The Andreasson Affair includes:
- The most detailed description of any UFO abduction experience.
- Betty's precise drawings of her experience.
- A supporting foreword to the book by astronomer Dr. J. Allen Hynek.
- Verification of all events associated with Betty's experience.
About the author:
Raymond E. Fowler is an international authority on UFOs and has appeared on numerous television shows and networks, including Good Morning America. He has written 11 books on UFOs, has served as director of investigations for the Mutual UFO Network, and has contributed reports to Congressional hearings, military publications, and numerous newspapers, magazines, and professional journals. Fowler is retired in Kennebunk, Maine, where he teaches adult education courses on UFOs and astronomy.