The Communion Letters

The Communion Letters

by Anne Strieber, Whitley Strieber

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The Communion Letters by Anne Strieber, Whitley Strieber

THE HEART OF THE MYSTERY

They are called Others, Visitors, Grays, Friends, or Strangers. No one knows who or what they are. But due to intense investigations of the past few years, resulting from the publication of the controversial bestseller Communion, their reality is no longer a question.

THEY ARE AMONG US.

These letters, often awkward, sometimes incredulous, and always searingly honest, document the fact that hundreds of thousands have experienced the Communion phenomena: childhood visitations, the "nine knocks," mysterious scars and implants, abductions, sexual encounters, and "black sedans."

It's all here. Unvarnished and irrefutable. Assembled for the first time, these letters lead us to the heart of the greatest mystery of our age. For it is in these authentic personal encounters of ordinary men and women that we come closest to the truth about who They are and what They want with us. In the dramatic words of Whitley Strieber, these letters report--a courtship.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158375972
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 06/22/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 398,564
File size: 659 KB

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This fascinating book is a compilation of thirty-six ¿themes¿ extracted from three hundred thousand letters that Whitley Strieber received after his disturbing book Communion was first published. He states in the introduction that he, his wife and secretary have read all those letters! For anyone who suspects that he or she is possibly involved in the abduction scenario but only had hazy recollections of events for which they possess fragmentary pieces in their memories, then this 'journey back down the road' into childhood may very well bring into focus experiences which they have chosen to bury. Unless of course that was already done for them! The contents may comes as an unwelcome awakening for many and for others it could very well serve as an abduction textbook. Either way it makes for an absorbing read, be it the unwilling abductee or the mystified researcher.