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Love and Saucers
A new documentary is coming out. Anyone going to see it?

The story of David Huggins, a 72 year-old man who claims to have had a lifetime of encounters with otherworldly beings - including an interspecies romance with an extra-terrestrial woman - and chronicled it all in surreal impressionist paintings.

High rating on IMDB (8.1) so far.
7.8/8.3 on Rotten Tomatoes.

An article on the documentary:
‘I fathered alien human hybrid babies’ claims artist who paints his encounters. An artist has told how he lost his virginity to an alien, who gave birth to an alien human hybrid baby, in an extraordinary documentary.

Quote:Jeffrey Kripal, a professor of Philosophy and Religious Thought at Rice University, Texas, believes Mr Huggin is sincere in his claims and is "just telling the truth".
He sees Mr Huggin's encounters in the same context as a religious or sacred experience.

British UFO researcher Nigel Watson, author of The UFO Investigations Manual, said: "Unlike other documentaries that have an agenda to prove or disprove the existence of UFOs, or that subtly coach their subjects to look or sound ridiculous, director Brad Abrahams simply allows David to tell his intimate, fascinating and incredible story."
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 "Credulous and indulgent"

"The doc has no framing mechanism, it's an hour of Huggins talking or other UFO believers talking about him. We are never told whether the filmmaker is a UFO believer or not. This is problematic."

I'm in.

Existence is not subject to time; time is subject to Existence.
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Of course, this kind of thing wouldn't be particularly surprising to our medieval ancestors, what with their succubi (and incubi).
"There are more things in philosophy than are dreamt of in heaven and earth."
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Coincidentally, courtesy of the SPR Facebook page, here's a report from the Scottish Sun  Surprise on a Scottish SPR lecture on paranormal sex:

Being the Sun, we're given a choice of whether to call this "Ghostlusters" or "things that go hump in the night".
"There are more things in philosophy than are dreamt of in heaven and earth."
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