I interviewed them last year about their book The Seven Secrets of Synchronicity, posted HERE.
the interview with Trish and Rob begins at the 39:25 time count
I just listened to an excellent interview with Trish and Rob (linked above). They were on Coast to Coast earlier this week promoting a book they wrote together titled Aliens in the Backyard (also available on Kindle).
During the interview the detail a very unsettling UFO encounter involving a man from Quebec named Charles. This story was posted in several parts on their blog Synchro Secrets. I later posted their multi-part report as one essay in a PDF form. This is one of four extremely strange cases they explore in depth in the book.
Linked below is a 29 page report about this unsettling encounter.
This document is property of Trish and Rob MacGregor, copyright 2012.
(a personal anecdote)
Here is a funny synchronicity involving this book. Trish and Rob sent me a PDF file of the book for me to review. When I opened the file I do what I do with any book when I first look at it, I open it at random and see what I find. I did this with the digital document, I just scrolled down randomly. My eye was drawn to some italic text on the page that read Into the Fringe. I thought to myself, I read that book. It has that weird part about her son seeing a satellite dish in the yard, but he knew it wasn't what it appeared to be.
I read the next sentence and it says:
“There was a creepy scene in that book where a witness describes seeing a ‘satellite dish’ in his yard, but he knows it’s not a satellite dish.”Exactly the scene I just remembered.
Then I look at the rest of the page and it is a retelling of one of my own experiences! They used one of my blog posts as part of their chapter on dreams. It took me a few seconds to remember that a few months earlier Rob and I emailed each other about his book project. I sent him a few links to my blog with personal stories that I thought might fit into the book. I gave him and Trish permission to use whatever they wanted.
I open the book at random and I immediately zeroed in on my own story, just a few sentences long.