Debbie Jordan-Kauble was the central figure in Budd Hopkins’s New York Times best-seller, “Intruders, the Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods,” as well as the 1992 CBS mini-series, “Intruders,” using the pseudonym “Kathy Davis” to protect her young family. In 1992, she revealed her true identity and co-authored, with her sister Kathy Mitchell, “Abducted, The Story of the Intruders Continues.”
While more recently she very rarely makes public appearances, over the years she has appeared on numerous television shows, radio programs and podcast. She hosted her own internet radio program, Midwest Paratalk Radio, with co-host Gregg Cable, Has been an investigator for MUFON, and started her own paranormal research group, the Paranormal Underground.
Terry Lovelace served on active duty in the United States Air Force from 1973 to 1979. Trained as a medic and EMT, the bulk of his enlistment was spent as a first responder at the Emergency Room of Whiteman Air Force Base Hospital. After military service he completed a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, cum laude, from Park University. He earned a Juris Doctor from Western Michigan in 1996 and was admitted to the bar the same year. In addition to serving as a felony prosecutor, he was keenly interested in health care law. He’s a member of the American College of Health Care Executives and was certified as a health care risk manager. While an Assistant Attorney General for the U.S. Territory of American Samoa, he was General Counsel for LBJ Tropical Medical Center. He finished his legal career as State’s Attorney for Vermont’s Board of Medical Practice. He retired in 2012 from the State of Vermont and lives in Dallas with his wife of 45 years.
Lisa Tenney is a lifelong experiencer of a variety of phenomena. Through her desire to understand these experiences, she has become proficient in several modalities which assist others in navigating their own unique journey. Lisa’s primary goal is to facilitate clarity and healing. Lisa assists her client’s personal growth by accessing their inner authority for deeper personal meaning of their experiences. Lisa is a student of the esoteric and has specifically focused on the arts of energy medicine, meditation, Jungian psychology, shamanism, life coaching, hypnotherapy, and astrology to name a few; and is a graduate of the Berkeley Psychic Institute Teachings. Lisa has a private practice in Boise, Idaho where she collaborates with mental health professionals, energy workers, and a variety of holistic practitioners.
Yvonne Smith, C.Ht. became concerned with victims of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder [“PTSD”] in the late 1980s, and in 1990 [after 2 years of studies and 1000 hours of internship] received her hypnotherapist certification from the California Hypnosis Motivation Institute, the only such accredited institution in the United States.
In 1990 when she opened her office, she immediately began to work with PTSD victims, assisting them and encouraging them to work through and cope with their PTSD experiences. Many of her subjects were and are referred to her by physicians and psychologists who believe Yvonne’s expertise can benefit their patients.
Observing that many of her subjects were describing a pattern of alien abduction and other close encounter experiences, in 1991 Yvonne founded CERO [Close Encounter Research Organization, later renamed Close Encounter Resource Organization] which provides personal attention and maintains active monthly support group meetings by which Yvonne is able to remain close and supportive. At CERO meetings, PTSD subjects may share their thoughts and feelings about their unusual experiences and any continuing difficulties.
CERO gained national and international recognition since its founding, and Yvonne and CERO have been favorably mentioned by name in books by several authors in their discussions of regressive hypnotherapy to ameliorate PTSD symptoms. One of few hypnotherapists internationally recognized in this unique field. In addition to her continuous TV appearances, radio interviews, and conference lectures requests, Yvonne is frequently asked to call upon her CERO experience and review and critique various author’s manuscripts before they are published.
CERO celebrated its 20th year in January 2012 with a private presentation by “Fire in the Sky” author Travis Walton and one of his fellow workers, Steve Pierce, who was a witness to Travis’ abduction 35 years ago.