Denise M. Stoner, MA, CHt
Research In Progress
I am looking forward to being a contributing editor to Global ET Research. There are several areas of research I’m currently involved in. I’m looking at this phenomenon in an entirely new way due to the fact that I’ve realized there is a connection between the paranormal and some of the things abductees experience. I have also come across several cases involving MIBs or Men In Black and I’m bringing forth new concepts regarding these mysterious “people.” Another area of interest is memory, in that abductee-experiencers’ memories come through first as a “crack in the wall” followed by an entire scene, thus filling in the blanks that were simply waiting to burst forth – perhaps – just at the right time. – Denise Stoner, CHt
Denise Stoner has been active in the UFO field for over 20 years. She is the Director of the Florida Research Group, an affiliation of UFORCOP. She is a member of MUFON’s National Abduction Research Team and is also a Florida MUFON Field Investigator and Star Team Member. Prior to her current positions, she was a Florida MUFON State Section Director and Chief Investigator. Denise holds educational forums for public and private gatherings for abduction experiencers.
Denise has an educational background in business and psychology, and is a certified hypnotist specializing in regressive hypnosis. She has taught classes in stress reduction for 12+ years for professionals in such fields as medicine and law.
Denise Stoner began her research in hypnosis under Dr. Bob Romack, in Denver, Colorado. They worked together for five years on pain control, smoking cessation, and past life regression research. Denise also worked as a paranormal investigator in the homes of abductees who felt they had been visited by spirits following abductions. She recorded evidence of the development of psychic abilities in individuals following their experiences with UFOs and ETs, and worked on a Team with Dr. Romack studying abductees’ abilities to locate missing people and predict future events.
For 12 years Denise conducted background investigations for the military on recruits seeking highly classified clearances for work on nuclear submarines. Prior to retirement, Denise moved to the Naval Air Warfare Center, Training Systems Division military research facility where she was the training coordinator for several hundred military and civilian employees.
Denise Stoner is also a retired S.C.U.B.A. instructor, cave diver and former research member of the National Speleological Society Cave Diving Section.
Her retirement from the Federal Government has allowed her to expand her work with UFO research and investigation. Denise has appeared on TV and has participated in many radio shows. She presents yearly at the Daytona Museum of Arts and Science and the Paranormal Investigative Association, as well as other venues. She has worked as an on-camera expert for documentaries produced in the UK and is currently moving forward with several exciting new projects.