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“Walking Among Us is a chronicle of human experience that contradicts every current theory about the universe that we think we live in. Jacobs’ human observers have experienced a concealed reality that is literally next door to some of us, and that he believes is about to interact, secretly and insidiously, with the rest of us. Walking Among Us explains why extraterrestria “Walking Among Us is a chronicle of human experience that contradicts every current theory about the universe that we think we live in. Jacobs’ human observers have experienced a concealed reality that is literally next door to some of us, and that he believes is about to interact, secretly and insidiously, with the rest of us. Walking Among Us explains why extraterrestrial UFOs are here, who is aboard them, and what they are doing. To put it mildly, the evidence from the people that Jacobs has interviewed shows that the extraterrestrials are up to no good. You will find Walking Among Us hard to put down. If enough of us read and pay attention to the evidence in this book, we might be able to avoid the disaster that its evidence portends.” —Don C. Donderi, PhD, associate professor (retired) of psychology, McGill University, Montreal, author of UFOs, ETs, and Alien Abductions “David Jacobs has written an extremely important book about UFO abductees and the meaning of their abductions.” —Ron Westrum, PhD, emeritus professor of sociology, Eastern Michigan University In his 1998 book, The Threat, Jacobs uncovered disconcerting reports about aliens’ plans for the future of Earth. He reported that a “change” is coming; a future when very humanlike hybrids would intermingle with humans in everyday life. “Soon we will all be together,” the aliens said. “Soon everyone will be happy and everyone will know his place.” This book examines a disturbing phenomenon that Jacobs began noticing in 2003. The alien integration action plan has kicked into high gear. The incidents of alien abductions have declined as occurrences of alien involvement in everyday life have accelerated. A silent and insidious invasion has begun. Alien hybrids have moved into your neighborhood and into your workplace. They have been trained by human abductees to “pass,” to blend in to society, to appear as normal as your next door neighbor. This book illustrates in detail the process of alien integration into society and the strategy and support structure that has been developed to make this happen seamlessly. While he is not certain why they are doing it, the final chapter of the book will provide some chilling possible answers as to why they are here and what they want to accomplish. Jacobs is a careful researcher who has investigated more than 1150 abduction events experienced by more than 150 abductees. This book focuses on the experiences of thirteen abductees.


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“Walking Among Us is a chronicle of human experience that contradicts every current theory about the universe that we think we live in. Jacobs’ human observers have experienced a concealed reality that is literally next door to some of us, and that he believes is about to interact, secretly and insidiously, with the rest of us. Walking Among Us explains why extraterrestria “Walking Among Us is a chronicle of human experience that contradicts every current theory about the universe that we think we live in. Jacobs’ human observers have experienced a concealed reality that is literally next door to some of us, and that he believes is about to interact, secretly and insidiously, with the rest of us. Walking Among Us explains why extraterrestrial UFOs are here, who is aboard them, and what they are doing. To put it mildly, the evidence from the people that Jacobs has interviewed shows that the extraterrestrials are up to no good. You will find Walking Among Us hard to put down. If enough of us read and pay attention to the evidence in this book, we might be able to avoid the disaster that its evidence portends.” —Don C. Donderi, PhD, associate professor (retired) of psychology, McGill University, Montreal, author of UFOs, ETs, and Alien Abductions “David Jacobs has written an extremely important book about UFO abductees and the meaning of their abductions.” —Ron Westrum, PhD, emeritus professor of sociology, Eastern Michigan University In his 1998 book, The Threat, Jacobs uncovered disconcerting reports about aliens’ plans for the future of Earth. He reported that a “change” is coming; a future when very humanlike hybrids would intermingle with humans in everyday life. “Soon we will all be together,” the aliens said. “Soon everyone will be happy and everyone will know his place.” This book examines a disturbing phenomenon that Jacobs began noticing in 2003. The alien integration action plan has kicked into high gear. The incidents of alien abductions have declined as occurrences of alien involvement in everyday life have accelerated. A silent and insidious invasion has begun. Alien hybrids have moved into your neighborhood and into your workplace. They have been trained by human abductees to “pass,” to blend in to society, to appear as normal as your next door neighbor. This book illustrates in detail the process of alien integration into society and the strategy and support structure that has been developed to make this happen seamlessly. While he is not certain why they are doing it, the final chapter of the book will provide some chilling possible answers as to why they are here and what they want to accomplish. Jacobs is a careful researcher who has investigated more than 1150 abduction events experienced by more than 150 abductees. This book focuses on the experiences of thirteen abductees.

30 review for Walking Among Us: The Alien Plan to Control Humanity

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kari Hoo

    This book gives a very good illustration how our alien visitors are dependable upon the allegiance of us humans in order to be able to study us in secret. It also shows clearly how they are using very sophisticated mental influence in order to get us to do what they want us to do. The testimonies of the witnesses of alien encounters are very sobering and remove a lot of mystery around the extraterrestrial visitors and their intentions in our planet. If you have been wondering, what are they doin This book gives a very good illustration how our alien visitors are dependable upon the allegiance of us humans in order to be able to study us in secret. It also shows clearly how they are using very sophisticated mental influence in order to get us to do what they want us to do. The testimonies of the witnesses of alien encounters are very sobering and remove a lot of mystery around the extraterrestrial visitors and their intentions in our planet. If you have been wondering, what are they doing here, this is one book you should read. By the way, audio book is a very good choice for this because of documented interviews and excellent voice actor. If you want to have the bigger picture, you should also read the Allies of Humanity Briefings series from Marshall Vian Summers.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Koji Sakai

    I really liked this book, although it freaked me out a bit. The idea that aliens are amongst us trying to take over is not something I like to think about -- I prefer more fun topics, like zombies. :) The most interesting thing about this book through was the parts where the alien abductees have to teach these half alien/half humans about how to pass as humans. It reminded me of the Borat movie. There was funny scene where this female half alien/half human was sleeping with three guys at the same I really liked this book, although it freaked me out a bit. The idea that aliens are amongst us trying to take over is not something I like to think about -- I prefer more fun topics, like zombies. :) The most interesting thing about this book through was the parts where the alien abductees have to teach these half alien/half humans about how to pass as humans. It reminded me of the Borat movie. There was funny scene where this female half alien/half human was sleeping with three guys at the same time and she didn't understand why the guys were upset.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Edwin

    Scary if true. Over the past 100 years or so (probably more) alien Greys have been experimenting with humans, scientifically blending with us to create "hybrid" beings. Beings that look half alien, half human. Now we have "hubrids" - aliens who look exactly like humans. Their agenda is somewhat different to their prototype hybrids and the modern abductee's role has changed. No longer just "sperm and egg factory," human abductees now train hubrids living here on Earth how to look, feel and "convi Scary if true. Over the past 100 years or so (probably more) alien Greys have been experimenting with humans, scientifically blending with us to create "hybrid" beings. Beings that look half alien, half human. Now we have "hubrids" - aliens who look exactly like humans. Their agenda is somewhat different to their prototype hybrids and the modern abductee's role has changed. No longer just "sperm and egg factory," human abductees now train hubrids living here on Earth how to look, feel and "convincingly act" exactly like us. And we're all oblivious to this plan. In the beginning of the book, Jacobs spends a lot of time justifying the methodologies and techniques behind hypnosis. This is how he extracted the thousands of similar stories of alien abduction from over 1,000 participants. Overall I got the feeling that this longish beginning was justification for an absurd and quite unbelievable story. Planet Earth is being overtaken by stealth. UFO-flying Grey aliens can come here any time they wish. They abduct whomsoever they want and for whatever reason. "Hubrids" control our weak minds and alter our will without us realising. The aliens take instruction from a rigid hierarchy. They are fascinated with our emotions, random decisions and life choices. The aliens never reveal anything about themselves to abductees. They will appear at a moments notice (not necessarily when the abductee sleeps) and disappear in much the same way. Sometimes UFOs are often spotted nearby by third party observers, lending credence to their existence. But the evidence is thin at best. Abductees often feel like traitors to the human race but to be fair, they are willfully "forced" (using mind control) to help out with the alien integration program. "It will be wonderful for us all, " say the naive aliens, "We will all be together." Aliens are very concerned with blending in. Through a barrage of lies, lore and half-truths they have created a mythology about UFOs and aliens that serves their purpose. Obfuscation. And somewhere along the line, the US Military has helped out. Over the years the entire subject is seen as ridiculous. Which is great if you're up to no good. But the aliens are soooo green at being human. They are grown in vats, they don't have parents or friends and have no idea how to do the simplest things. Such as where to put a chair in the living room. They don't see the need to socialise and in most bductee recalls, they present as completely inept idiots. In short, I can't see anything but anxiety and social isolation on Earth for these guys. They basically function like "human calculators." Everthing is empirical. In one case a hubrid teenager had collected "several" boyfriends and was genuinely surprised when they all found out and started fighting over her. While scary, most of these stories are wildly entertaining. But humans are fantastic story-tellers. Who doesn't want to ride in a UFO? Who am I to say? Perhaps Dr. Jacobs has been taken for the biggest ride of all. If not and this book is anything to go by, we're all in serious trouble.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ray Foy

    Walking Among Us: The Alien Plan to Control Humanity is a compelling, fascinating read by Dr. David Jacobs, a long-time researcher into the alien abduction phenomenon. This book is the distillation of his findings from years of work to recover abductee memories using hypnosis. While acknowledging the pitfalls of research via hypnosis, he avers that these recovered memories are the only real evidence we have as to what’s going on inside UFOs, and the reason for the abductions. In evaluating abduc Walking Among Us: The Alien Plan to Control Humanity is a compelling, fascinating read by Dr. David Jacobs, a long-time researcher into the alien abduction phenomenon. This book is the distillation of his findings from years of work to recover abductee memories using hypnosis. While acknowledging the pitfalls of research via hypnosis, he avers that these recovered memories are the only real evidence we have as to what’s going on inside UFOs, and the reason for the abductions. In evaluating abductee memories (which constitutes their testimonies), Dr. Jacobs believes he has deduced the ultimate goal of the aliens’ program. Dr. Jacobs has recounted his work, and the evolution of his thinking, in three books, culminating with this one (published in 2015). The first two are worth reading, especially if you are a student of UFOs and alien abductions. They are: Secret Life: Firsthand, Documented Accounts of UFO Abductions (published in 1993), and The THREAT: Revealing the Secret Alien Agenda (published in 1999). Since these books have been out for a while, I’ll not worry about spoilers in this review. However, if you want to discover Dr. Jacobs’s findings for yourself, you might stop reading now and get copies of all three books. As for Walking Among Us, I found it to be a page-turner and I read it in three days. It is the most logical and believable book on alien abductions I’ve ever read, and its conclusion is both disturbing and to me (based on my many years of UFO study), likely. Most of the source material for Walking Among Us is the testimony of thirteen abductees (all referred to with pseudonyms). Dr. Jacobs has worked with thousands of abductees, however, and so his source material is much broader than these thirteen, but he focuses here on their experiences. From this material, he categorizes the encountered alien types (insectalin, reptalin, grays, hybrids, etc) summarizing them in a table. He also categorizes the types of hybrids. This is important since the existence and roles of the hybrids are central to the theme of Dr. Jacobs’ narrative. This is the most comprehensive such compilation I’ve seen and his explanations for these categories, again, seem likely to me. The most of this book is an examination of the alien project and centers on alien-human hybrids. I was aware of the idea of such hybrids from the works of Budd Hopkins and Whitley Strieber, but never really got into what their purported existence meant. As laid out by Dr. Jacobs, their existence is the result of an extremely advanced technology and is integral to the aliens’ plans. Most of the book is accounts from the abductees of their interactions with these hybrids both on-board UFOs and on Earth. Such stories have struck me as questionable in other accounts, but they make sense in the context of Dr. Jacobs’ theory. I especially enjoyed (that is, I was astounded by) the account by abductee “Bernard” of his hybrid “friend,” Eric. It seems to show some humanity surfacing in a hybrid, though not much. Also some abductees, like “Karen,” rebel against their abductors to the point of eliciting threats from them. They never escape from the aliens’ control, however. This points out that the abductees operate under duress, though most feel guilt about helping the aliens. Dr. Jacobs’ final chapter contains his theory on what all this evidence indicates. That indication is of a dark project hostile to the future of humanity as free-thinking, autonomous, beings. Beyond that, Dr. Jacobs can only speculate about those aspects we have no evidence for, such as the aliens’ place of origin and exactly why they’re doing this in the first place. Walking Among Us is a lucid, worldview-bursting, explanation of the abduction phenomenon. It presents a compelling theory as to the reason for alien abductions. Where Dr. Jacobs’ presents speculations, they are educated ones. I think considering all this may shine some light on much of the incongruous happenings in the world, such as the apparent drive towards world destruction represented by cold-to-hot wars, the UN’s Agenda 21 (or Agenda 2030), false-flag events, the massive destructions via Directed Energy Weapons, and chemtrailing. But further evaluation of the alien agenda and any strategy to oppose it will depend upon the cooperative work of really smart, free, humans. At this moment, I wonder if such a combination even exists. I highly recommend Walking Among Us as an enlightening and thought-provoking, though disturbing, study. It’s thesis, unacknowledged by academics, government leaders, and the general population, may actually be the determining factor for the destiny of humanity upon Earth.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alan Rader

    Terrible, save your money. Zero evidence.

  6. 5 out of 5

    jeff

    This is a big step into some mind blowing new territory: abductees who are helping hybrids live here and integrate into society. It is disturbing stuff, but very interesting. Like some other reviewers said, it is not as mind blowing as the last book, and though I loved it, it did leave me a little empty, but that is just because I wanted to know so much more! But there is enough new info to make it a very worthwhile read. Nobody else out there that I know of, has info on this stuff like this. Yes, This is a big step into some mind blowing new territory: abductees who are helping hybrids live here and integrate into society. It is disturbing stuff, but very interesting. Like some other reviewers said, it is not as mind blowing as the last book, and though I loved it, it did leave me a little empty, but that is just because I wanted to know so much more! But there is enough new info to make it a very worthwhile read. Nobody else out there that I know of, has info on this stuff like this. Yes, this book is less meaty than the last one, but there are just not that many people involved with the experiences that he is reporting on.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    In researching alien abductions, I always find Dr. Jacobs' books the most fascinating. He's extremely thorough and does not contaminate the hypnosis process, which makes the information he uncovers very reliable. This book reveals much about how alien hybrids are walking among us. If you're interested in ETs, what their doing with humans, and their agenda, this book will give you some insight. I highly recommend this book and all others related to this subject authored by Dr. Jacobs. 5-Stars! In researching alien abductions, I always find Dr. Jacobs' books the most fascinating. He's extremely thorough and does not contaminate the hypnosis process, which makes the information he uncovers very reliable. This book reveals much about how alien hybrids are walking among us. If you're interested in ETs, what their doing with humans, and their agenda, this book will give you some insight. I highly recommend this book and all others related to this subject authored by Dr. Jacobs. 5-Stars!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Eryn

    Kind of a letdown. Jacobs earlier work was meatier. Though he's reputable in ufology literature, I feel he's loosing his steam.... Not a particularly bad read but a little redundant. Kind of a letdown. Jacobs earlier work was meatier. Though he's reputable in ufology literature, I feel he's loosing his steam.... Not a particularly bad read but a little redundant.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Susan Knittle-Hunter

    Everyone needs to read this book!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Douglas

    I consider David Jacobs to be a remarkable individual. He has made greater efforts in the unrecognized field of UFO research than most people. He has penetrated the human evaluation of impossibility and improbability. He has not been overcome by the terror of what he has discovered. It is as if he is a planetary Paul Revere, sounding an alarm that I hope and believe will be heard. The extraterrestrials described by Jacobs (insectalins, reptilians and grays) have superior technology. They have sup I consider David Jacobs to be a remarkable individual. He has made greater efforts in the unrecognized field of UFO research than most people. He has penetrated the human evaluation of impossibility and improbability. He has not been overcome by the terror of what he has discovered. It is as if he is a planetary Paul Revere, sounding an alarm that I hope and believe will be heard. The extraterrestrials described by Jacobs (insectalins, reptilians and grays) have superior technology. They have superior abilities at mental influence and control. They have no concept of privacy, individuality or freedom. And yet, they don't seem to be able to live in our physical environment. As if H. G. Wells was right in The War of the Worlds. And yet, they don't seem to be interested in direct conquest. As if Marshall Vian Summers was right in the Allies of Humanity books. Many different UFO writers have written of alien-human interbreeding programs, child presentations, and so forth. What is the purpose of all these hybrids? Jacobs writes that the purpose is inserting these hybrids (he uses the term hubrids) into human society. But for all their cleverness at genetic manipulation, they lack understanding of human culture. For example, they don't know what time of day one should eat an orange. And somehow the internet is useless to them, as it doesn't speak in their telepathic language. Therefore, they acquire data about human culture through abductees. This is something that I hadn't considered until reading this book. Jacobs suggests that there are many more abductions (instances of aliens controlling a human mind and body) than are recorded. I imagined that the first abduction of an individual is an "audition" of sorts, to see if that individual is neurologically compatible to be of use on many future occasions. During these abductions, abductees show hubrids of various ages things about human culture (dressing, eating, making conversation, watching television, and many other subjects). This is done through telepathic "question cascades." Some of this is done on UFOs, and some of this is done on Earth. About two-thirds of the book is devoted to the various stages of this program. Great effort is made to make these hubrids as inconspicuous as possible. A seemingly seamless plan is in place, and is being executed. What is the purpose? Jacobs suggests that is a clandestine subjugation of Earth. Access to and control over Earth's biological and mineral resources, rare and precious in this region of space. Jacobs confesses to not having an answer for this alien program, besides describing what he knows.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Stacey

    This book, written by a very respected member of UFOlogy researchers, was extremely interesting, but very frightening. Using parts of numerous hypnotic sessions of various abductees, the author shows how the aliens are planning to take over planet Earth using hubrids (3rd generation human-alien hybrids) and the abductees. The abductees have been conditioned to train the hubrids in how to pass as humans. I do wish, however, that it could have been explained how they actually are able to join in s This book, written by a very respected member of UFOlogy researchers, was extremely interesting, but very frightening. Using parts of numerous hypnotic sessions of various abductees, the author shows how the aliens are planning to take over planet Earth using hubrids (3rd generation human-alien hybrids) and the abductees. The abductees have been conditioned to train the hubrids in how to pass as humans. I do wish, however, that it could have been explained how they actually are able to join in society and obtain jobs. What about Social Security cards and background checks and proof of citizenship, especially nowadays. And when the hubrids obtained their living accommodations and went shopping for clothes and food, where did they get the money? I am sure these things can be explained, but I do wish they were explained in the book. These hubrids do have the ability of using telepathy to make humans do their bidding, but it seems to me they would still need the essentials to live in society unnoticed. Also, with their powers, why don’t they eliminate some of the problems that may make Earth not worth taking over, such as Trump and global warming? I wish the author had at least touched on some of these issues, which is why a 4 star instead of 5 star rating.

  12. 4 out of 5

    C

    I'm mostly writing this review to counterbalance the more cynical previous reviews. Yes, the book is redundant at times. But the reader must understand the author's predicament. He is one researcher attempting to convey his hard-to-believe findings from his own personal case files. If he was able to single-handedly provide this much evidence that an alien takeover of Earth is underway, imagine how many other hypnotherapists have similar mountains of evidence that would support his thesis? It's un I'm mostly writing this review to counterbalance the more cynical previous reviews. Yes, the book is redundant at times. But the reader must understand the author's predicament. He is one researcher attempting to convey his hard-to-believe findings from his own personal case files. If he was able to single-handedly provide this much evidence that an alien takeover of Earth is underway, imagine how many other hypnotherapists have similar mountains of evidence that would support his thesis? It's unrealistic to expect one man, all by himself, to convince everyone that aliens are walking among us. Look at this book not as the end-all-be-all, but as an introduction to a difficult topic. Then continue researching on your own. If you really want to find the Truth, it's your responsibility to seek it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    James

    This was a good read but I was disappointed that although the author acknowledged other alien life forms such as grays, reptilians, he underestimated-their role in the bigger picture. According to some such as David Icke and others, reptilians play a much larger part in the big picture. Jacobs does not mention Nordics or several other species in the contest for planet earth. Earth has been in existence for billions of years and the alien phenomenon is not something that has occurred only a few g This was a good read but I was disappointed that although the author acknowledged other alien life forms such as grays, reptilians, he underestimated-their role in the bigger picture. According to some such as David Icke and others, reptilians play a much larger part in the big picture. Jacobs does not mention Nordics or several other species in the contest for planet earth. Earth has been in existence for billions of years and the alien phenomenon is not something that has occurred only a few generations ago. Yes there may be some that are wanting to take over us and maybe some that want to do harm to us. There may also be some that wish to help us. I do find his way of justifying alien presence superb (page 258-9). It is an argument I frequently use with skeptics. Overall I found the book a good read but somewhat narrow in its scope. Hopefully Jacobs next book will combine his knowledge of history and the role aliens have played in it and postulate what this might mean for our future.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Richard Natali

    Great book; terrifying conclusion As others have said, I sincerely hope that what Mr. Jacobs has written is not true. However, it does seem quite plausible, and the evidence appears genuine. The abduction phenomenon has been known about for decades, but no-one was quite sure of the purpose. This book explains it. Intriguing and terrifying...

  15. 5 out of 5

    Liz Michaels

    I have a friend who totally believes in aliens, so I read this book to please her. I am still unconvinced. My (tongue in cheek) reaction was it's not enough that big business and big governments want to control us, now we can worry about aliens too. It's just another one of those the-sky-is-falling books. I have a friend who totally believes in aliens, so I read this book to please her. I am still unconvinced. My (tongue in cheek) reaction was it's not enough that big business and big governments want to control us, now we can worry about aliens too. It's just another one of those the-sky-is-falling books.

  16. 4 out of 5

    John C.

    Interview subjects explain how and why to perform mundane tasks (putting on shoes, sending an e-mail, paying for stuff at Wawa, catching a bus) in excruciating detail to alien-human hybrids in order to aid them in their plot to supplant human life on earth. Not the least bit engaging or entertaining, however, I am now 25% convinced that the alien-human hybridization program is in fact real.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Price

    I guess I'm too skeptical. Couldn't bring myself to finish it. But if there's any truth to it at all, doesn't paint a very pretty picture for sure. I guess I'm too skeptical. Couldn't bring myself to finish it. But if there's any truth to it at all, doesn't paint a very pretty picture for sure.

  18. 5 out of 5

    MrFuckTheSystem

    Super crazy and very scary! Great read about the alien hybridization program!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    Shocking but a must read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    juicy brained intellectual

    u know what we've had a crazy five years i believe it! u know what we've had a crazy five years i believe it!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Barry Obrien

    Excellent information. Not your average book about Aliens

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cym

    The subject is extremely interesting to me, and I really wanted to like this, but this book was very boring.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Matt Miller

    This is an extraordinary book. Scares the pants off you - especially when you consider it is not science-fiction but an alarming fact.

  24. 5 out of 5

    John Stubler

    Umm, ..........hmmm Rather than focus on content let me just say this is voluminous. I couldn't comment on the content without being somewhat facetious. I gave it 3 stars just because a lot of time, effort, and research went into the making of this book. I thought there would be more to it than there was. Although not my typical topic, I'll be more careful in what I select. I'm sure some people would enjoy this book, my subject line sums it up for me. Umm, ..........hmmm Rather than focus on content let me just say this is voluminous. I couldn't comment on the content without being somewhat facetious. I gave it 3 stars just because a lot of time, effort, and research went into the making of this book. I thought there would be more to it than there was. Although not my typical topic, I'll be more careful in what I select. I'm sure some people would enjoy this book, my subject line sums it up for me.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Robert Chapman

    About 5 minutes into this book I changed it from my non-fiction shelf to my speculative fiction shelf. Honestly I was not expecting anything earth shattering from this book, but it was really quite poor in my opinion. I'd recommend giving this one a pass. About 5 minutes into this book I changed it from my non-fiction shelf to my speculative fiction shelf. Honestly I was not expecting anything earth shattering from this book, but it was really quite poor in my opinion. I'd recommend giving this one a pass.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Brown

    Excellent book regarding alien abduction and why it's done. I first heard this author on Clyde Lewis's radio program Ground Zero. David Jacobs is a very well established alien abduction researcher. Excellent book regarding alien abduction and why it's done. I first heard this author on Clyde Lewis's radio program Ground Zero. David Jacobs is a very well established alien abduction researcher.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Manny

    I won a copy of this book in one of the goodreads giveaways. Im excited to start this book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Cristian Speranta

    Bored me silly Lots of various scenarios spieled off but ultimately very little in the way of genuine revelation. Did not enjoy it at all.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Drake

    Pretty good. Jacobs seems to know his subject and writes good books. I've read several of his others and he seldom disappoints when it comes to real information and facts. Pretty good. Jacobs seems to know his subject and writes good books. I've read several of his others and he seldom disappoints when it comes to real information and facts.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Deanna

    3.5 Stars

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