Bill details his investigations into alien abduction and physical trace evidence cases around the world, and explores the immerging trends of police-inspired forensic analysis and especially recent advances in DNA analysis. Using his background in science and mathematics, Bill was poring time and money into his Physical Evidence Research Group when he finally happened across a new and startling peice of evidence.
In Sydney, Australia, on July 23, 1992, Peter Khoury was sexually assaulted in his home by two peculiar assailants, strangely non-human in nature. While most cases like this might be easy to dismiss as fantasy or fabrication, this case was unique because of the evidence that remained. Two remarkable strands of hair were left behind at the scene, and Khoury turned to Chalker to investigate, marking the begining of a fascinating journey into DNA forensics. Matters get even more interesting when DNA analysis reveals that the hair seems to be human, yet far from usual.
Chalker demonstrates the effectiveness of proper investigation, and in one case assists police in exposing the famous Gundia-Tiaro abduction hoax in 2001. Thoroughly researched and well referenced, Hair Of The Alien represents a critical peice of the UFO jigsaw, and a glimpse into the future of investigation techniques in UFO and alien abduction research.