32: A History of Nosebleeds

(From Pages 75 – 76 of Abducted by Aliens, by Chuck Weiss)

Tuesday: May 17, 1994

This evening I had another nosebleed. I just blew my nose into a tissue and the blood began to flow from the left nostril. A susceptibility to nosebleeds is often reported by the “visited.”

It is thought that nosebleeds of this kind are caused by the body reacting to nasal implants inserted by the visitors. Some speculate that they are inserted to stimulate the temporal lobe of the brain, where all the higher emotions of humankind are located, such as feelings of love and compassion and our concepts of truth and justice.

Looking back on it, I’ve had a problem with nosebleeds off and on for most of my life. Once, when I was five or six, I had a particularly bad one when my grandparents and I were on vacation. We were driving over a mountain range when it began, and because of the high elevation it just wouldn’t stop. Happy held my head in the back seat of the car and soaked up the blood with a towel, and Billy had to stop by the side of the road several times to let her ring it out.

I remember her shouting at Billy to get us off the mountain before I bled to death. I especially remember the panic in her voice. She had always remained cool, and even calculating, in an emergency; so to see her panic in this situation was disturbing. It was a frantic ride down off that mountain.

The bleeding stopped when we finally did get down to a lower elevation. I’ve read that in some cases the nosebleeds of abductees was so bad that to stop it, the nostril had to be medically cauterized.

Another lifelong pattern that fits the profile.

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