Whitley and his experiences at his family cabin in upstate New York are the focus of a new documentary titled Shock Docs: The Visitors, airing on the Travel Channel and streaming on discovery+ on Monday, September 5. After nearly three decades Whitley returns to the cabin where his 1985 encounter with the Visitors took place, documented
Kevin J. Briggs is a man on a mission to do no less than facilitate a contact moment at the United Nations sometime in 2020. But why does he think he will succeed in getting the visitors to appear when so many others have tried and failed to do this?
You may think you’ve read everything that Whitley Strieber has written, but you HAVEN’T, because his beautiful novel The Secret of Orenda, a thriller about a lost Indian tribe that remembers the secrets of the past, has just been published for your summer reading pleasure. In it Whitley explores the question of what has been lost by creating a hidden Indian tribe called Orenda, who still preserve those secrets. Known only to a few initiates, the people of Orenda continue the ancient ways. But even the wildest places are under threat, and this ancient people, who know nothing of the modern world, are discovered—and become a sensation.
On Sat., July 24 in Los Angeles – Whitley Strieber will sign copies of his new novel The Omega Point at Dark Delicacies bookstore at 3512 W. Magnolia Blvd. in Burbank, California at 2 pm on Saturday, July 24. Come meet Whitley (and Anne) in person!
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