“There wasn’t a white light though.”

“Come on Jessie. In every alien abduction story, there is a white light shinning from the heavens, then a tractor beam or something that pulls you up into the mother ship and then…”

Jessie interrupted her friend with irritation in her voice, “But that’s what I’m saying, this wasn’t like all the other stories. There was no white light. It wasn’t a Steven Spielberg movie. This was different.”

“Alright, alright. Calm down Jessie. Don’t get your undies in a bunch. If it wasn’t a white light and there wasn’t a tractor beam, how were you allegedly abducted?”

How? That was something that Jessie had spent hours trying to figure out. Everything that she thought he knew about aliens, all her research and investigations had been tossed out the window with his own personal encounter. And now that she actually had her own story to share, her own proof as the existence of extraterrestrial life, she was stumped for the language to explain it all.

Jessie was lost in her thoughts and her friend stared at her expectantly. “Well? Are you going to tell me what happened?”

“I’ll try, but don’t interrupt me until I’m done.”