Hair of the Alien
DNA and Other Forensic Evidence of Alien Abduction
Not gonna lie, I love this kind of stuff. I confess that I have had moments when I watched Ancient Aliens. (Of course, it was strictly as background noise.) Who wouldn’t want to look at a book called Hair of the Alien? All of this material has the added benefit of mortifying my scientist daughter when I invite her to talk about this stuff.
Validity aside, I think the library should have lots of weird things like a book on alien hair. I wouldn’t put it in the 500s, but the 000s are lots of fun and have room for this kind of material. I would also comment that of course the alien is female, naked, blonde, and “strikingly beautiful.” (I am sure I could prepare a lovely feminist diatribe on the issues if needed.)
The “scoop mark” on Peter’s thigh looks like a picked scab.
I was thinking infected spider or bug bite, but the two aren’t mutually exclusive.
You kind of have to wonder what kind of experience(s) the author had with chemistry. . . . up close and personal, or the third kind?
“Hair of the Alien” sounds like the title of another memorable feature here, “Touch of the Clown”.
I’m thinking “Hair of the Dog”, which in British English means to keep drinking when you are hungover as a hangover cure!
I only know of the expression as an archaic (+ obviously useless) rabies treatment.
The incident described on the back cover doesn’t sound like an abduction, I would call it a booty call.
When I saw the link at the top, I thought this was going to be for the LDS book a couple of days ago — now those people had alien hair!
Sounds like the most creative excuse ever told by a cheating bastard.
I love a bit of spooky-ooky nonsense (alien abductions, cryptozoology etc). They are such a fabulous load of rubish! This sounds (as all alien abductions sound) like a schitzophrenic hallucination.
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