Taken: Inside the Alien-Human Abduction Agenda

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About this ebook

After several years of being out of print and becoming a bit of a
collectors item; TAKEN, the startling accounts of alien abduction as
documented by the late Karla Turner, has been refreshed and reissued
faithfully with the sole input and authorization from husband Elton

With a new foreword written by the legendary Nick Pope
who with 21 years of experience at the British Government's Ministry of
Defence and an incredible history of research and broadcasting, puts it
best that Taken is a real 'researcher's book'.

This is the ultimate investigation of the paranormal links between humans and 'other worldly' beings.

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10 reviews
Crystal Peek
August 6, 2014
This is an excellent read for ANYONE who is interested in the abduction phenomenon. I highly reccomend this book.
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About the author

 Dr. Karla Turner focused on the psychology and ethics of those alleging that they had been abducted, visited, probed and tormented by extraterrestrial beings. As a former college instructor who held a doctorate in Old English Studies as well as a B.A. and M.A. earned in both America and England respectively; Turner gave her heart and soul to help those trying to make sense of the things that didn't make sense.
Dr Turner lost her battle to breast cancer in 1996 but her legacy to the paranormal field is all but not forgotten.

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