What drew me to this book was the uncontaminated nature of the witnesses, freed from the contamination of mass media or the prospect of gain through notoriety.
A striking aspect of the witness’s common reaction to their being pulled upward from the ground in these beams was one of intentional abduction although no abduction took place.
It appears that it was an effect of proximity.
A close examination of the photographs of these witnesses underscores the old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words.
Pratt offers no conclusive argument or theory as to the why and wherefore of what occurred.
This, in of itself is laudable
I highly recommend this book for those who have managed to retain a modicum of open mindedness toward unidentified atmospheric phenomenon.