Join Eerie Investigations' Karen Frandsen as she explores the mysterious experiences of author Terry Le Riche Walters. Terry's amazing personal accounts of alien visitations, abductions, and spiritual prophecies from other dimensions are profound and riveting. Take an amazing trip and hear about the world's only real Time Machine, built inside a small house in Bath, England, using alien technology.
This program features exclusive and unique accounts of the actual machine and a group of researchers gathered to discuss its use and the bizarre technology behind it. Looking amazingly like something from a Dr. Who set, this incredible machine seems to somehow alter the laws of physics, time, and space. What's its purpose? Where did it come from? Who built it and why? Who were those strange people who took Terry away as a child and what was their message? This fascinating audio program uncovers dramatic insights into the fabric of reality itself and will keep you up at night wondering about what's "real" and what isn't.
If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?
I suspect that some UFO buffs will find this book interesting but it missed out so much. The author is a very interesting person with a great story of serial contact with aliens to tell. Sadly the interviewer found it hard to get him relaxed enough to open up about this. The man is a healer as a result of alien contact but we really didn't hear about this.
Would you recommend Alien Time Machine to your friends? Why or why not?
I think they would be better off reading Terry's own book 'Who in Earth am I ?'.
What aspect of Karen Frandsen’s performance might you have changed?
She had a hard job here because Terry seemed not to be in the mood to play ball. Only in the second half, when talking about a mysterious time machine he had experienced in a house in the City of Bath did the interview really come alive.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Alien Time Machine?
To be honest, this must have been a very hard job. I think I would have tried again on a different day in the hope that he was more forthcoming.