Fluorescence Findings on Various Body Sites of Abductees

By Eve Frances Lorgen © 2003

Fluorescence – general description

Compounds emitting fluorescence are called fluourophores or fluorochromes. When a fluorophore absorbs light, energy is taken up for the excitation of electrons to higher energy states. The process of absorption is rapid and is immediately followed by a return to lower energy states, which is accompanied by Continue reading

Fluorescence Article Update

By Eve Frances Lorgen

In July 1997, a 38-year-old female abductee exhibiting a bright orange fluorescence on her body was examined and skin and hair samples were taken for analysis. The fluorescent areas included the chest, neck, face, tongue, up the nostril, pubic and vaginal area. In this particular case, the fluorescence faded very slowly, and has lasted at least six Continue reading