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COM Byron Lacy: Chosen: Chronicles of an Alien Abductee

Coming May 4th 8pm eastern

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Can you imagine the helplessness and fear that a five-year-old would feel when he’s first visited by extraterrestrials? How about the look on his parents’ faces when he confesses his alien encounter?

Chosen: Chronicles of an Alien Abductee is Byron W. Lacy’s firsthand account of what modern science insists is only folklore.

The first encounters come when he is young—with “little men” entering the room as he hugs his teddy bear. They masquerade as cartoon characters to ease his concern, a dancing Captain Hook—minus the hook—joining his comrades. Future visits lead to psychic connections with his visitors.

Admitting such encounters takes courage, especially when similar comments by a family member placed her in a mental hospital. But Lacy lays it all out on the table as he details what it’s like to be an alien abductee.

Chosen: Chronicle of an Alien Abductee isn’t just for the disbelievers. It’s a free discussion of Lacy’s experience—one meant to encourage other abductees through their own moments of skepticism both from others and within.

Discover the truth, and let it set you free.

Byron W. Lacy was born in Burnet, Texas on March 21, 1950. He is a fourth generation Texan, and a fourth generation abductee. His Great Grandfather George W. Lacy came to Texas in the early 1850’s. George and two of his business partners donated the granite to build the current Texas state capitol. He also started a dog breed which is now called the Blue Lacy and is the state dog of Texas.

Byron W. Lacy was first visited by aliens when he was five years old—forever changing his life. He has lectured at the Houston UFO Network about how aliens saved his life and works to help other abductees cope with the phenomenon.

Lacy, who holds degrees in English and art, has exhibited in galleries throughout the United States. He’s worked as a summer camp director, English and art teacher, freelance artist, and an investigator for Texas Child Protective Services.

 

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