"About the Book For the growing number of people who look up into the night sky and wonder, ""Will I be their next victim?"", this book, based on real-life case studies, is the first to explicitly reveal ways to avoid alien abduction. Line drawings. Book Synopsis ""A very powerful book . . . Druffel's research does us all a great service.""--Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14 astronaut and author of The Way of the Explorer In 1988 Ann Druffel, who has researched UFOs for forty years, discovered a little-known fact that had been drowned in abduction hysteria--documented evidence that people have successfully fended off attack by the ""greys,"" the short, big-eyed aliens now familiar through so much popular media. Using her database of 250 case studies, including seventy ""resisters,"" Druffel has ascertained nine techniques that witnesses use to ward off alien entities and even break off abductions in progress. And perhaps even more astonishing, this evidence points to the possible true identity of the greys and their link to the abducting entities of myth and folklore. How to Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction covers various resistance techniques, including: - Mental Struggle: Block their mind control - Physical Struggle: Fight back - Righteous Anger: Summon your inviolate rights - Protective Rage: Guard your loved ones - Support from Family Members: Seek strength in numbers - Intuition: Sense them coming - Metaphysical Methods: Create a personal shield - Appeal to Spiritual Personages: Get help from on high - Repellents: Use time-tested fend-off substances Complete with hair-raising true tales of courage and illustrated with eyewitness sketches, How to Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction is the only book with step-by-step instructions on what to do--and not to do--if aliens come knocking on your door. About the Author Ann Druffel began investigating UFOs in 1957 with the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena. She has written for numerous UFO journals, including a bimonthly column for the Mufon UFO Journal and significant articles in International UFO Reporter, UFO Magazine, and Flying Saucer Review. A frequent speaker on the UFO circuit and expert on TV and radio, Druffel is the coauthor of The Tujunga Canyon Contacts and a contributor to the Encyclopedia of UFOs, Alien Discussions: The Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference at MIT, the anthology UFO Abductions, and other major works. She is also a veteran psychic researcher, working for ten years for the internationally renowned Mobius Society and pursuing freelance projects in psychic archeology and other psychic mysteries."