experiencer.me [true accounts of otherworldly experiences]
What do you do when your childhood monsters are real?
Clips of my contribution to the 2002 documentary "Abduction Diaries" from Naked Eye Productions.
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Thanks so much to everyone who has purchased the book, read my blog, and contacted me to share your thoughts and your own experiences! Big thanks as well to all the radio programs who continue to support the book!
"There have been several books dealing with the alien abduction phenomenon but "Experiencer: Raised in Two Worlds" stands out for its uncomplicated delivery. Too many alien contactees attempt to mystify, demonize or sanctify the phenomenon; the author of Experiencer simply tells it like it is. William Konkolesky's earliest encounters with other worldly beings could easily be written off as childhood imagination. However, as he grows up and the visitations continue, intensify and even witnessed (in some cases) by third parties, the skeptic's case for fantasy soon goes out the window.
The book is well written and to the point. It leaves the door open for a sequel that I, for one, will not want to miss. It demonstrates that the alien abduction experience is probably both extraterrestrial as well as other dimensional in origin. It makes the point that, sometimes, there really are monsters in the closet."
David E. Twichell
Author of "Global Implications of the UFO Reality" "Filers Files" and "The UFO Jesus Connection"
I live a normal life occasionally interrupted by unusual events.
My very first memory, all the way back to age two, is of the night in 1973 when I was visited by a strange little man with giant gleaming eyes. This would be only the first of many encounters with very real beings of this kind I would have over the years. Some of these events were terrifying to the extreme.
Added to this were the out-of-body experiences and psychic premonitions I was experiencing while growing up in a house that, on top of everything else, was also filled with ghost activity.
This is a true story of what a childhood is like under these circumstances. This was my childhood. This is my life.
I am an experiencer.
William J. Konkolesky