Report from the Readers: Jim Morrison and Aliens

I enjoyed the article on Jim Morrison by Corrine De Winter in the July-August 2008 issue. It was quite well written, but left a few things out and also had one error in it.

Jim Morrison was not born at 5:45 a.m. but at 11:55 a.m. (EST) in Melbourne, Florida. This can easily be verified by the birth certificate as well as virtually every biography site.

I read that Jim would wake up and tell Pam he had just visited other worlds and planets.

Jim’s 1947 highway event with dead Indians has a bizarre statement in it: “Ghosts crowd the young child’s fragile eggshell mind,” which sounds oddly like an alien mind scan. The term “ghosts” is frequently used by children to describe the Greys.

No one mentions this, but 1947 was the year of Roswell, and this event took place in the same state. Experts state that the “skies were crowded with UFOs in the Southwest in that year.”

All the stories of Jim Morrison’s “death” contradict each other and not one of them can hold water. It is almost as if something orchestrated this whole debacle behind the scenes so as to cover up what really happened to Jim, which may go all the way back to 1947.

Jim wrote: “Why do you call on us, you know our price — the death of you will give you life and save you from a vile fate.” — Peter (no last name given), via email