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If a dolphin, temporarily removed from the sea for study by humans, communicated its abduction story to other dolphins, that story might be disbelieved (“John Mack’s Abductees,” by Stephen Rae, March 20).

The skepticism evoked by human stories about encounters with extraterrestrials is understandable in a world as lacking in spiritual perception as ours is. Once, I, too, would have scoffed. A number of undeniable experiences, beyond place and time, have forever altered “reality” for me. Sober, daytime experiences, I might add, and I’ve yet to see an extraterrestrial.

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