Jan 20, 2022
In 1985, a strange incident occurred that would totally transform the life of Whitley Strieber, at the time best known as a writer of horror novels, including The Wolfen and The Hunger.
As memorialized in his book, Communion and the movie of the same name, this was his abduction by a group he calls "the visitors." Communion and Strieber's subsequent work has gone a long way towards changing the world's perception of paranormal phenomena.
In this podcast, Strieber describes the childhood incidents that foreshadowed his later Encounters of the Third Kind; the biomechanical implant visitors placed in his left ear, and the "sensing" meditative exercise he believes has facilitated his ability to communicate with "the visitors."
Since the publication of Communion, Strieber has become one of the world's leading investigator and chronicler of paranormal activity through his Unknown Country website (https://www.unknowncountry.com/) and his long-running Dreamland podcast.