Have you heard stories of alien abduction from actual abductees? These narratives range from some of the most traumatic experiences that could possibly be undergone to some informative, life changing alien encounters. Most alien abductions sound like anything other than a good time. Many experiencers describe their hellish ordeal as physically painful and mentally scarring. Few refer to it as an exciting or pleasurable moment. Alien abduction stories tend to differ from person to person but the general method stays the same.

What first happens in an alien abduction? The experiencer is captured by their alien abductors and taken to a ship, the moon, or some other installation. Capture stories generally involve bright lights, dizziness, confusion, and/or sudden loss of consciousness. Many abductees do not remember being captured at all. They simply wake up in an unfamiliar, alien-like place.

After capture, the person is generally tested immediately. These tests usually consist of invasive surgery or some other sort of invasive physical and mental examination. In some circumstances, abductees claim they were being trained for unknown purposes. Almost every single alien abduction narrative is complete with invasive sexual testing as well. Many psychologists believe that a good bit of alien abduction stories are a representation of the mind trying to minimize the psychological damage of an instance of sexual assault or rape. This theory is backed by the fact that the majority of these experiencers are females.

The time after experimentation is generally where most alien abductions differ. Some are returned to the same spot they were taken and don’t remember anything after their examination phase. Some people report communicating with their alien abductors afterward and possibly getting a tour of the spaceship. Abductees have also reported being returned to destinations a little ways away from where they were taken, and almost all alien abductions end up with them having unexplainable injuries. Almost all experiencers report memory loss and only remember bits and pieces of their abduction.

As mentioned earlier, alien abductions sound like traumatic experiences. During the late twentieth century, support groups began to form for those claiming to be abducted by aliens. Many of these groups still exist today in countries all around the world. A large number of people that claim to have been a part of an alien abduction have undergone hypnosis to try to regain some of their memories and make sense of the situation. However, there is no record of success with these hypnosis treatments. Most abductees that undergo these treatments end up more confused than when they started.

To date, there is still no concrete evidence that any of these alien abductions actually occurred. So far the only thing anyone has to go on is the word of the abductees who defend what happen to them vigorously and refuse to even consider any other explanation. Beliefs held in such a way are hard for others to truly believe. Maybe one day some light will be shed on these mysterious encounters, but until then, we can only wait for someone to present true, verifiable evidence of these alien abductions.