High Strangeness: Is There a Doctor in the House?

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Is There a Doctor in the House?

I must be missing a page from my MUFON Field Investigator's Manual. That's the only reason I can think of for not being able to find answers to the Exam questions concerning "Medical Injuries from Close Encounters." It's a 4 page section, the answers should be there, but they're not!

Consequently, I have no idea what can cause a loss of memory after an abduction event. Is it "an altered state of consciousness during the experience"? Is it an "overindulgence of alcoholic beverages"? Is it "a strong blow to the head"? Or perhaps, it's "all of the above"? I don't know, because the Manual doesn't tell me.

Similarly, I cannot identify the "symptoms of post-abduction arousal." Is "hyper-vigilance" a symptom? Is "understated response when startled" a symptom? How about "sleep difficulties" or "poor concentration"? Could be, but the manual doesn't tell me. Hence my suspicion that I am missing a page.

Another clue that a page is missing: the Manual lists several categories of injury that an "experiencer" might present with after an abduction, including "Those involving female abductees and the missing fetus syndrome." This made me sit up and pay attention. What in tarnation is "missing fetus syndrome"? I turned the page for an explanation, but there was none. What fetus is missing? When did it disappear? Where have they looked? Did they check behind the sofa?

Determined to get to the bottom of this mystery, I checked out some favorite UFO websites for clues. I didn't have to look very hard. It turns out that "missing fetus syndrome" is a phenomenon that occurs when a female "experiencer" discovers that she is pregnant immediately after her alien encounter, but then "loses" the baby after three months. And when I say "loses" the baby, I mean that the baby simply disappears from the mother's womb.

Where do these missing fetuses get themselves off to? Some outer space human-alien hybrid hatchery? Do aliens decorate in light blue for baby boy hybrids and pink for baby girl hybrids? There's just so much we don't know... and in this case at least, the MUFON Field Investigator's Manual is of no help.

Of course, there are times I wish the Manual would give me a little less information. Should I really have to take a urine sample from an "experiencer?" Or take a skin scraping? Or, most repellent of all, document the "experiencer's" shedding of his/her fingernails? For God's sake, MUFON, I'm only a volunteer!

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