Inspired by a presentation on the Barney and Betty Hill case by Stanton Friedman and Kathleen Marden at the recent McMinnville, Oregon UFO Festival, I ask:
Why do some images of "aliens" cause, at times, a deeply uncomfortable reaction?
During the presentation, Friedman and Marden showed many images, including images of the entities the Hills saw. (Obviously the images weren’t of actual aliens, but recreations by artists.) I had a visceral reaction to one of the images shown that Betty Hill called “the supervisor.” Later that night my husband asked me: “Do you realize you gasped and covered your eyes when that image came up?” I hadn’t really noticed that; I just knew I found the picture, shown here, verydisturbing, and I couldn’t look at it. It literally made me feel clammy and nervous.