There is no malicious software, spyware, spam, virus, or any other destructive software on this site.
NBC INTERVIEW WITH MOTHER, CHILD, AND INVENTOR
I downloaded this video myself from the
Seattle NBC KING TV Evening show in November, 2005. It is
totally clean and has no bad software. It was produced by Saint
Bryan of KING TV 5 in Seattle, Washington and KXAS TV in Dallas,
Texas. It is the best alien abduction video on the internet and was
on television three times.
SPACE SHUTTLE VIDEO
The second video was made by a bay mounted camera on the space shuttle and was obtained by the Freedom of Information Act. It shows alien space craft in a thunder storm over Florida.
This website features drawings made by children who were abducted by aliens from space. The children stopped the aliens from abducting them by wearing thought screen helmets which stop alien communication and control. The helmet is a leather hat lined with eight sheets of Velostat, an electrically conductive plastic used to prevent static electricity damage to electronic components. The aliens normally erase the short term memory of their victims. After wearing their helmets for several months, the children started remembering and drawing their experiences.
Both children were diagnosed autistic in 2000. They wore their helmets every night for over ten years. During those years, the helmets helped heal the children from autism. The girl at age 16 is now normal and an honor student in school. Her brother, age 18, graduated from high school in 2012. Although he still has autistic behavior problems, he is going to a local community college. The helmet has helped people with other neurological disorders as well as autism.
This website shows children’s drawings of their abduction experiences, explains how the hats help autistic children (see pseudoscience reply), and explains how alien abductions cause the epidemic of autism.
Please see Michael Menkin's other website, stopabductions.com for instructions on making a "thought screen helmet." It is a non-profit, public service website. Nothing is for sale.