Over the last 20 years, approximately 100,000 people claim to have been abducted by aliens, and they can't ALL be wrong can they?
Kim Carlsberg sure doesn't think so. Kim experienced a "sudden an inexplicable relationship with non-human entities" starting with a 1988 experience in California while she was dating the creator of "Baywatch." Kim released her first book in 1995 which detailed the personal events of her abduction, called "Beyond My Wildest Dreams: Diary of an Alien Abductee." She made some claims in that book that were hard for the general public to digest, including the birth of an alien baby named April.
But now she is back, with plans to once again tell her story and those of 150 others through a comic book that she wrote with detailed illustrations based on the memories of those who were abducted.
'The Art of Close Encounters,' is a coffee table book that features 150 illustrations made by alleged abductees describing their experiences. Here's what they say aliens look like:
Interesting, and fairly standard. In fact most of the drawings of aliens in the book look very similar to these two above. But then we hit the jackpot! Then we find the hot alien. The one we all wish we could be abducted by. Check out this alien princess:
Now you have my attention! What planet is she from? And when does the next NASA flight leave?
It's hard to believe that we are the only beings in the entire universe. But that doesn't necessarily mean we're ready to jump on board the idea of alien abductions, and alien babies. That's an idea we may need a little time to warm up to. Having said that, presenting the arguement in the form of a graphic novel with super hot alien princesses is a brilliant way to begin to make me a believer.