Anne Strieber was a wonderful essayist, and left behind a lovely collection in the form of Anne’s Diary, which ran from 2000 to 2015. In this final entry, written by Whitley Strieber, many of her favorite entries are linked. Enjoy this wonderful outpouring of wisdom, love, humor and humility from the founder of Unknowncountry.com and Whitley Strieber’s beloved wife Anne.

To read the final entry and explore a collection of Anne’s favorites, click here.
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After a long and courageous struggle, Anne Strieber died on August 11, 2015. She founded Unknowncountry.com as Whitleysworld in 1998. In 2001, she changed the name and expanded it to include what she described as "the credible edge of science and reality." She was its managing editor until January of 2015. Anne was also a novelist, and published three books, "the Cave" as Anne Matthews, "the Invisible Woman," and her personal favorite, "Little Town Lies," both as Anne Strieber. In nonfiction, she published "the Communion Letters," a compendium of letters from close encounter witnesses. She was also the author of "Anne’s Diary" on this website.read more

First Half (Free)

In the first part of this week’s episode, Joe Gooch, Melissa Kriger, and Stephen, all of whom shared their high strangeness experiences in previous episodes, come together to give thanks and pay tribute to Anne Strieber for all that she has done and continues to do for experiencers, starting, of course, with her husband, Whitley. In this roundtable discussion you will hear what  she means to people she may not have met personally, but whose lives she has touched deeply nonetheless.

Second Half (Subscribers)
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Whitley Strieber has written a journal reflecting on Anne’s life and contribution. He reports that she is still on the road of recovery from her stroke, and they are confidently expecting that she will return home in the near future. At present, what caused her stroke is unclear, and her medical team is running tests to determine this and develop a plan of prevention.

Anne: Lady in Autumn
is a reminder of the tremendously important contributions that Anne has made to the understanding of the close encounter experience, and the lives and dignity of everybody who has had it.
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