Group in Britain Claim 1500 People are Abducted Each Year
Ammach: Britain’s weirdest support group says 1,500 people are abducted by aliens each year
Anomalous Mind Management Abductee Contactee Helpline gives support and counselling to those who believe they have had extra-terrestrial contact
Have you been abducted by aliens? Got an ET wife and kids? Something strange in your neighbourhood?
Who you gonna call? You’re in luck as the Ammach organisation, Britain’s weirdest support group, reckons there’s a lot of you – about 1,500 a year.
It was set up in 2011 to help people unfortunate enough to have had a very close encounter with an alien. They get up to five calls a week and 25 emails.
Among them is a woman who says aliens fitted implants to monitor her, a man who visits his alien wife and child several times a year, and a woman who was abducted more than 1,000 times.
At the end of the helpline Ammach co-founders Joanne Summerscales and Miles Johnston offer emotional support to traumatised “abducted” people.
Joanne said: “Many people experience ridicule, vilification, isolation besides what they’re going through. We offer non-judgmental interviews and an opportunity to talk about it.”
Ammach – Anomalous Mind Management Abductee Contactee Helpline – gives support and counselling to those who believe they have had extra-terrestrial contact.
Joanne and Miles set up and funded Ammach after meeting at a UFO conference. They hold meetings, workshops and a conference for people to meet, swap encounter tales and have their testimony videoed and posted online to encourage others to come forward.
Miles said: “We aim to get information out so people can think and talk about it and know it’s OK.” Trained therapist and part-time secretary Joanne takes the calls while Miles runs the website, featured in Thursday’s Channel 4 documentary Alien Abductee.
His house on London’s outskirts is the tech hub, where he edits video and tests people for implants, radiation or alien substances.
The former broadcast engineer uses metal detectors and more unusual gizmos to give “experiencers” answers. He explained: “A stud detector for finding nails in walls we can use to find implants. We also use magnetic field meters. I have a UV mineral lamp which shows up residues on skin.
“If you’ve been to another dimensional reality, that leaves a signature on your skin’s atoms. You can see that under UV light.”
Abductee Marie Kayali, 52, also had DNA analysis and a lie detector test to find what happened to her. Neither proved fruitful. But she said: “I’m getting close. I don’t think I’ll have too long to wait. I want to know why my life is being controlled and what's their interest.”
Sadly in November 2012 Marie’s daughter killed herself. Marie believes she returned to her “alien family” who abducted her shortly before her death.
Miles explained that the aliens are a malevolent force. He said: “People have been taken, had things stuck into them and they’re being monitored. This is a violation of people’s lives. We are under the threat of termination as a species if we do not get this sorted out.”
Joanne said: “We had someone whose child was taken off them because social services think they are nutty. A lot of people are afraid of losing friends and family if they speak out. They’re afraid people will think they’re cuckoo. ”
If you’ve been abducted by aliens, ring 07951 752 813 or go to the website www.ammach.co.uk