Household dust may contain clues of alien abduction. This is an update to the previous AAER report, Alien and UFO Research: Physical Evidence of Alien Abductions May Exist in Household Dust.
More unusual "pseudo crystals" have been found in household dust of individuals claiming alien abduction. The research continues through the work of biophysicist Dr. William C. Levengood of Pinelandia Biophysics Laboratory of Michigan.
The "glassy particles" were first discovered in 1997 when an experiencer (abductee) recalled her night-time encounter with aliens and a beam of light that shined on the floor next to her bed.
The woman was awakened bylight. She thrust the beam of er arm into the sparkling beam of white light and watched it shimmer on her arm. In the morning, she contacted Dr. Levengood and told him what happened. He went to her home and collected dust samples from the whitish dust residue on her furniture where she had reported seeing the sparkling beam of light during the night.
This dust contained unexplainable "glassy particles" and "pseudo crystals" which were unidentifiable. This discovery led Dr. Levengood to search for other clues in household dust.
"Pseudo crystals" come in a wide range of shapes and colors. The colors can be bright, clear, or soft pastel colors. Click on the links to read more about the descriptions.
"Alien and UFO Research: Physical Evidence of Alien Abductions May Exist in Household Dust"
"Alien and UFO Research: Colorful "Pseudo Crystals" Found in House Dust of Abductees"
"Alien and UFO Research: Liquid Droplet May Hold Clues to Formation of "Pseudo Crystals"
"Alien and UFO Research: Elongated "Pseudo Crystals" Found in House Dust of Abductees"
"Alien and UFO Research: Photos of "Glassy Spheres" and "Pseudo Crystals" Found in House Dust of Abductees"