In article <36FE6B6F.4B753CAF at sas.upenn.edu>,
Edward Justin Modestino <ejmodest at sas.upenn.edu> ecrivait:
> How about the possibility that some people who believe they have been
> abducted really have a form of narcolepsy, i.e. hypnogogic/hypnopompic
> hallucinations paired with sleep paralysis? Alternatively, many people
> experience hypnopompic/hypnogogic hallucinations and sleep paralysis and
> don't even have narcolepsy.
Yes I think this hypothesis is worthwhile exploring,as I suggested elsewhere.
A lot of alleged "abductions" evoke misinterpreted pre or post sleep
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