Special Interviews
Friday, August 10, 2012

'Camille' Faces It: She's Having Close Encounters


"Camille" had no menstrual cycle for three months and had the symptoms of pregnancy. That same week, she had attacks of sleep paralysis while hearing a mechanical voice call her name. She woke up m to find a triangle on her leg and her dentist found an unknown object embedded in one of her teeth. She lived with her uncle at age 3. He worked on the Saturn 5 program and the tethered satellite experiment, and she sensed that his involvement in these programs had somehow attracted some very unusual attention to her and her family.

Her strange memories drew her to attend a Mutual UFO Network meeting where she sat in the back row, unable to stop shaking as she faced the knowledge that she was one of "those" people--a close encounter witness with ongoing experiences.

Listen as she tells her powerful and intimate story to Anne Strieber and to us, and share with her the fear and wonder that close encounter causes in all who experience it, and all who know that it is real.

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VERY INTERESTING ANNE, SOMTHING YOU SAID MADE ME THINK, IT WAS ABOUT THE SCREEN MEMORIES I REMEMBER WHEN I WAS ABOUT 5/6 OF BEING COVERED IN SPIDERS IN BED THIS IS SOMTHING THAT HAS STUCK WITH ME, MY PARENTS DONT REMEMBER I DONT THINK IVE BEEN ABDUCTED BUT INTERESTING ALL THE SAME.

Anne, you have so much knowledge and so many good things to share. The frequent interrupting of your guests with interjections, however, makes it difficult to listen to these interviews at times. If you could let the interviewee finish a thought before adding your comments, these would be better interviews to listen to. Maybe watch the blanket generalizations as well. Wishing the best for you and thanking you for your courage in doing this work.

Ditto... (to Danaan comments)

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I haven't listened to as many of Anne's interviews as Whitley's up til now (but I will be!). I actually like her interview style because of the great insight she brings to the conversations. And while it sometimes seems a little bit pedantic, I think the reason is that Ms. Strieber's timing is a little rushed during the actual dialog.

I am right now listening to her interview with Camille and her comments and interjections really are fascinating!
Thank's so much Anne, I'll certainly be tuning in more.
Cyan

I haven't listened to as many of Anne's interviews as Whitley's up til now (but I will be!). I actually like her interview style because of the great insight she brings to the conversations. And while it sometimes seems a little bit pedantic, I think the reason is that Ms. Strieber's timing is a little rushed during the actual dialog.

I am right now listening to her interview with Camille and her comments and interjections really are fascinating!
Thank's so much Anne, I'll certainly be tuning in more.
Cyan

I came away from listening to this interview really struck by the 'metaphorical' aspects of some of Camille's memories. Especially the memory of the shotgun. I think Anne was correct that this was not related to suicide but it almost seemed to say "this is really going to blow your mind!" Also, the comment regarding 'cracking the cosmic egg' made me think of Aleister Crowley's comment 'It's all in the egg" and other references he made to the Cosmic Egg and how it was related in some way to a birth process.

Is it also possible this metaphor could also extend to Camille's pregnancy and her experience of watching the extraction of her fetus?

Re: Danaan above:
Yeah, we have to hear the interviewee talk.
Also, it won't do to definitively say "that's wrong, that's B.S., and it's like this", and then say "and also we have to keep the question open".