THE TUJUNGA CANYON CONTACTS, co-authored by parapsychologist D. Scott Rogo, was only the second book written in the UFO research field about so-called "alien abductions", a phenomenon which virtually took the attention of most investigators beginning in 1973. It tells the true stories of five "abductees" who lived in and near Tujunga Canyon, northeast of Los Angeles, all of whom knew each other well and constituted, essentially, "family".
The Canyon area is noted for bizarre UFO sightings of all kinds, including CE IIIs and reported landings, as well as other parapsychological phenomena. It details the experiences of five young women, who underwent seven types of abduction events, which were investigated by Druffel for five full years and later by Druffel and Rogo together, using a combination of ufological and parapsychological research methods.
This classic book, first published in hardcover by Prentice-Hall, Inc. in 1980, was updated in 1989 with two new chapters and re-published in paperback by New American Library (A Signet Book). During the updating, author Ann Druffel first came to a solid realization that abduction scenarios can be fended off by strong-willed, confident experiencers, since four of the five young women intuitively discovered, and used, various "resistance techniques" to fend off, and eventually end, the harrowing attacks. This new knowledge led to further research and the publication, several years later, of HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELF AGAINST ALIEN ABDUCTION .
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