(From Pages 119 – 121 of Abducted by Aliens, By Chuck Weiss)
Monday, June 5th
When I came home tonight I was very fatigued, so I decided to take a nap before doing anything else. I slept for about two hours (pretty well the maximum I ever sleep at one time) before getting up. When I got up I soon noticed that my eyes were itching, so I went into the bathroom to take a look in the mirror. They were very red, but not swollen, and I bathed them in eye drops. After a half an hour the eye drops have reduced the discomfort and a lot of the redness, but it’s obvious that I need another dose.
Also, when I logged on to my computer this evening my new spyware detection software told me that I had two unauthorized new programs recently installed. The “further details” link for each “alert” said the following.
Product name is not provided.
Company name is not provided.
Copyright information is not provided.
When I tried to remove them, the screen announced, “There are currently no new alerts to view” (meaning the operation was successful), but in a couple of seconds the two pieces of spyware were detected again and the original two alerts reappeared on the screen. I followed the instructions to remove them several times, but the same announcement (followed by the same two alerts) appeared on the screen each time.
The thing is, although my new computer is Internet ready, I haven’t as yet connected to the Internet and gone online, so these two pieces of spyware couldn’t have come from surfing the Web. It’s Majestic’s doing and they wanted me to know that they’re in my computer. I’m sure they know how to plant their spyware so as not to be detected, if they really wanted to.