In this first of what will be many discussions of A New World, Whitley talks about the two different ways of viewing the world that are explored in the book, which he calls “input strategy” and “output strategy.” He believes that our visitors, or most of them, see the world
Our interviewer this week is Josh Boone is the director of The Fault in Our Stars, The Stand Mini-Series to be released on CBS later this year, and New Mutants, to be released in theaters in 2020. He is also producing, writing and directing a series based on Whitley’s life
I recently drew up a list of all the witnesses who are mentioned in my books. Then I began looking through reviews and media stories for references to their existence. I found none. Not one. Of course, I may have overlooked some, but if the witnesses were ever mentioned, it was a rare event indeed.
All Hallows is a very special season. It is much more that simply dressing up in costumes and watching scary movies. This week, Whitley Strieber honors both the close encounter experience and the moment when the veil between the worlds grows thin by revealing some new material about his early close encounter experiences that have made him think deeply about the whole meaning of the experience and exactly what is happening. There is a dark side to it, no question, and he makes some chilling revelations about how it impacted his own life. But this is a very deep thing that is happening. To embrace it as ‘good’ or ‘evil’ is not the right path to take.