Camille James Harman, M.F.A., is a public speaker regarding the so-called, alien abduction phenomenon. She was a contributing editor at UFO Magazine, where her articles were published from 2000-2004.
In December 1995, Camille was taken via a blue column of light from her bedroom in Los Angeles, California, and examined by seemingly other-dimensional beings. These events continued into 1996. At first, Camille worked with regression therapists Barbara Lamb and Yvonne Smith in California. She later worked with a variety of healers, and she believes spiritual warfare is the best defense. Camille has anomalous photographs of lights and bodily markings to support her case. In 1998, she traveled to England to experience the crop circle phenomenon.
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Regression Transcript from April 15, 1997 with Yvonne R. Smith
Y: What are you sensing?
C: Big head!
Y: Okay. Camille, you're going to be just fine...
C: Big head!
Y: You see a big head? Okay, where's the big head?
C: Right in front of my head. It's like a little kid. (crying)
Y: It's like a little kid? Okay, Camille, tell me why it's like a little kid.
C: It's little. It's short. Low. It's right there. It's right there! (hysterical, directed to the being) What are you going to do to me?
Y: I'm going to touch your arm. I'm right here. Okay, listen to me, listen to my voice. Take a deep breath. Do you want to continue?
Y: Okay, we're going to continue, and you're going to be able to describe…
C: (screaming at the being) I'm so mad at you!
Y: Okay, go ahead and tell it why you're mad.
C: You look like a little kid and you scare me. And you make me scared of little kids. You're not a little kid. It's just staring at me.
Y: Okay go ahead and vent with it.
C: (screaming) What are you going to do to me? Oh! It's touching me. It's touching my forehead. (renewed hysterics, teeth chattering).
Y: Okay, Camille, remember, you came out of it safe. You're going to be fine. You're going to be fine. Just get through it, just verbalize it.
C: Oh, a little hand on my head! It's touching…it's stroking me.
Y: Okay, is he still touching you? Where's he touching you?
C: On my head. I'm going to be still. I'm going to be still.