My Mum Talks to Aliens
The Search for the Truth to Save a Relationship



 
My Mum Talks to Aliens
The Search for the Truth to Save a Relationship

 
Mary Rodwell is Australia's leading authority on extraterrestrial phenomena, her son Chris Rodwell is a vet, a man of science and self-confessed alien skeptic –– their relationship has reached a critical point and something has to give.

Mary attempts to convince her son Chris that aliens do exist and that she has not gone mad.

This is the search for the truth to save a relationship.



The debate about whether we are alone has never been so personal. DNA & polygraph test proof in this documentary about the extraterritorial beings that have visited earth before.

Mary Rodwell is Australia's leading authority on extraterrestrial phenomena, her son Chris Rodwell is a vet, a man of science and self-confessed alien skeptic –– their relationship has reached a critical point and something has to give.


Mary's beliefs led to the breakdown of her marriage and left a teenage Chris with some emotional scars, so the topic comes with baggage.

Packing nothing but an open mind, Chris has agreed to enter Mary's world via a road trip traversing Australia in order for her to attempt to convince him that the truth really is "out there" and that aliens exist, or she must never discuss the subject with him again.

Mary plans to leave no stone unturned in her efforts to convince Chris. They will meet a host of colorful characters from alien contactees to skeptical scientists.

They will take part in a heated debate with university professors, put key witnesses under pressure with polygraph tests and scour the country for concrete evidence of extraterrestrial life.

Along the way they will argue until they are blue in the face about who is right, and for Mary, this really is her last chance to prove to Chris that she hasn't gone loopy and that there really are other beings in the sky above.

This is the search for the truth to save a relationship.


The precise number of alleged abductees is uncertain. One of the earliest studies of abductions found 1,700 claimants, while contested surveys argued that 5–6 percent of the general population might have been abducted.

After what has been reported to be extensive poling and research, IFHRAA of London has postulated that the incidence of paranormal activities either contributing to, or resulting from, alien abduction/contact is significantly higher than previously imagined owing to a strong reluctance to fully disclose the facts and thereby inviting exposure.

Further, it is believed that such alien contributed paranormal activity is frequently initiated by an interest in, and practice of, a learned paranormal activity such as Remote Viewing. In such instances, the subject often finds that the scientific endeavor quickly strays beyond its prescribed boundaries and entices the subject into a new arena where contact can more freely utilize the potency of the science.

Mary Rodwell
The Reality of Contact


While there have been few verifiable examples of this, the most notable remains the extensive communication experienced over four decades by SUBJECT 9.

During his prolonged and occasionally painful contact experiences, he was given three lengthy, complex, and baffling manuscripts that have yet to be decoded.

In a study investigating the motivations of the alleged abductors, Jenny Randles found that in each of the 4 cases out of 50 total where the experiencer was over 40 years of age or more, they were rejected by the aliens for "what they (the experiencers) usually inferred to be a medical reason."

Randles concludes "The abduction is essentially a young person's experience." Given the reproductive focus of the alleged abductions it is not surprising that one man reported being rejected because he had undergone a vasectomy. It could also be partially because people over the age of 40 are less likely to have "hormonic" or reproductive activity going on.

Although abduction and other UFO-related reports are usually made by adults, sometimes young children report similar experiences. These child-reports often feature very specific details in common with reports of abduction made by adults, including the cirumstances, narrative, entities and aftermaths of the alleged occurrences.

Often these young abductees have family members who have reported having abduction experiences. Family involvement in the military, or a residence near a military base is also common amongst child abduction claimants.