Mary (pseudonym) was surfing the Internet one day and chanced upon a web site that had information by Derrel Sims concerning his research with experiencers who have found fluorescent markings on their bodies after a perceived abduction. For a reason she can't quite explain, Mary then went into her son's room where there happened to be a black light he had set up to shine on a poster. She looked at herself in the mirror under the black light to find an orange-pink fluorescent substance on her face.
Mary bought herself a better black light and later examined herself further to find the fluorescence also extensively on her chest and lower torso. Alarmed she contacted a local researcher and gave him a sample. A couple of months later in May of 1997 I happened to meet Mary. By then she still had no word on any results from the sample and since I knew the researcher, she asked me to help her get information.
Although Mary seemed very sincere and honest, I wanted to be sure she wasn't making this up. I asked her if she was still glowing. She said yes and invited me to her house to take a look. She definitely had a substance on her face and chest that glowed under the black light. It had changed color slightly and was more pinkish by the time I saw it. I witnessed it a couple of times over a period of about a month.
We got nowhere getting any answers to the supposed analysis so I suggested we take another sample. I watched as she repeatedly scrubbed her face. The substance did not wash off or diminish in any way. In order to obtain the sample, Mary then squeezed the substance out of the pores of her skin around her nose. She did this in the dark under the black light. I almost fainted when I saw a bright pink substance oozing out of her skin. Whatever it is, it's subdermal. It is coming from inside her body and can still be seen on her skin today, a year later as of this writing.
I divided the sample in half and sent it to two different doctors who were interested in analyzing it. For various reasons no results of any analysis (three total) has been received by either Mary or myself. Further complicating matters Mary has since had a very vivid dream in which she was told she shouldn't give anyone any more samples. It's all very frustrating however I don't want anyone to think that I am accusing any of the researchers involved of covering anything up. The phenomenon itself appears to limit how much can be found out about it.
The incident that Mary is talking about here happened around the time she found the glow in late winter or early spring 1997.
Mary's therapist used the hypnotic device of asking Mary look into a mirror. In it she sees herself with a benevolent blue energy around her. She continues:
Mary, another friend and I were in a restaurant having a lively conversation when I recorded these clips in June of 1997. Poor Mary barely got a word in without our voices overlapping. Although I don't have a long monologue to reproduce here for you, some of Mary's reversals are so intriguing that I chose to include them anyway.
Mary is wondering about the fluorescence. She asks:
Mary is talking about showing her therapist the glow under a black light:
Still talking about her therapist, she was trying to get him to help her get information from the researcher who was analyzing a sample of the fluorescence.