JOSE CHUNG'S "FROM OUTER SPACE"
A WRITER'S ATTEMPT TO GET AT THE TRUTH OF AN ALIEN ABDUCTION LEADS HIM INTO A MAZE OF CONFLICTING STORIES, WHERE EVEN SCULLY AND MULDER FIND THEMSELVES DUPED.
When writer Jose Chung interviews Dana Scully for a book about alien abductions, he asks her about a case involving two teenagers who claim to have been abducted while out on a date. Were they really abducted, or are they lying? If they were carried off, who took them: extraterrestrials or very human conspirators? The victims' and witnesses' stories grow increasingly confused, as even hypnosis reveals deeper and deeper layers of deceit and manipulation. Is the Air Force engaged in an ongoing coverup of covert intelligence operations, using UFOs as camouflage? Or is that yet another elaborate lie told to discredit witnesses of real abductions? Who are the mysterious Men In Black who warn witnesses against spreading the word--and why do they look so familiar? One of the most bizarre X-Files of all twists and turns as witnesses contradict one another, Mulder discovers strange visitors in Scully's bedroom, and Scully dissects an alien body. In the end, it is up to writer Jose Chung to reveal it all in his book--unless he, too, is part of an elaborate conspiracy on the part of the military-industrial-entertainment complex...