At 31:20 he answers a question from none other than Jacques Vallee.
This clip lead me to another posting by Jack Brewer at a site called The UFO Trail. It has a video clip of Dr. Mack talking about hypnosis. I check in on this site, but I find I disagree with almost everything there, less so in content, but more in tone. Anyway, there was a clip posted of Dr. Mack talking about hypnosis, and I chimed in. I ended up leaving a handful of comments, and some of these are rather long winded.
Here is what I initially wrote:
It is curious that you ignored Mack's opening statement:
"The bulk of data about the abduction phenomena does not come from hypnosis. Almost all my cases report their experiences just straight forwardly."
This rings true from my direct experience as a researcher.
I have been actively talking to people who claim the abduction experience in their lives, and almost all of them have never had any kind of hypnosis. They tell me their very strange stories, and yes there is a sense that some things are missing, as if they were subject to some sort of amnesia concerning parts of their experiences.
But, what is remembered consciously is enough for them to conclude that something very bizarre has intersected with their lives.
link to the posting and video clip HERE