As anyone who has visited our main facility knows, Alien Abductions, Incorporated allocates a significant portion of our available financial and human resources to to the maintenance and enhancement of our Ufology and Para-abductology library.
Some of our clients are surprised by this: to an individual seeking only a simple Abduction Experience™ scenario implantation, the time and money that we spend acquiring, archiving, and analyzing documents such as this 1952 USAF/Intelligence document on the “Flying Saucers Problem” or this 1949 OSI memo on UFO observation distribution patterns may seem ill spent.
In fact, this investment is what allows AAI to hold its leadership position in the field. It ensures that our scenario designers have all the information required to build a consistent, convincing scenario at their fingertips; it keeps our research staff in constant communication with independent researchers and government officials, keeping us abreast of every development as it occurs; and it allows us to actively contribute to the collaborative environment that has long characterized work in para-abductology and related disciplines.
Consider this: month after month “UFO” appears at the top of the list of the most frequently searched terms on the CIA’s Freedom of Information Act Web page. Putting aside the fact that the Central Intelligence Agency is not most appropriate starting point for this sort of research, it is clear there is very significant public interest in this area, and we consider it critical that the public have access to both …