An online text-based “live chat” with Dr. Mack hosted by the SciFi Channel’s website in 2002 during the promotion of the Steven Spielberg-produced mini-series “Taken”.
Transcript of a radio interview conducted by New York Times bestselling author Whitley Strieber on Sunday November 14, 1999 on occasion of the publication of Dr. John Mack’s second book on the alien encounter experience, Passport to the Cosmos.
by Roberta L. Colasanti, LICSW
At a mutidisciplinary meeting of academicians convened by the Center’s Program for Extraordinary Experience Research (PEER) in April 1999 at the Harvard Divinity School, PEER’s former clinical director Roberta Colasanti, LICSW, spoke about the people who seek clinical assistance in dealing with life-long alien encounter experiences. This transcript is excerpted from her presentation.
Roméo Di Benedetto, M.Div. and John E. Mack, M.D.
In this excerpt from the Emerging Renaissance television program, Dr. John Mack candidly discusses the investigation into his work that was launched by Harvard Medical School in 1994 and ended without censure in 1995.
by David J. Brown
An expanded version of this interview appears in David Jay Brown’s 2005 book of interviews from St. Martin’s Press, titled Conversations on the Edge of the Apocalypse: Contemplating the Future with Noam Chomsky, George Carlin, Deepak Chopra, Rupert Sheldrake, and Others. That book merges the original 1996 interview with a more recent interview conducted on January 20, 2004. Below is the original version of the interview which does not contain the newer material.
By A. Robert Smith
A half dozen years ago, Harvard psychiatrist John Mack thought anyone who worked with people who claimed they’d been abducted by aliens from outer space must be crazy. A year later his whole frame of reference changed when he met Budd Hopkins, a pioneer in alien research who had worked with some 200 “abductees.”
by Dominique Callimanopulos
John Mack and I were at the Ariel School, a small elementary school outside Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, listening to Elsa (not her real name) describe her encounter last September 16  with an “alien” being. In all, sixty children, ages six through twelve, reported seeing one large and several smaller “spaceships” land – hover, really – over the scrubby bushland adjoining their playground.
May 5, 1994, in the studios of WGN Chicago
This interview is presented primarily because Dr. Mack’s relaxation technique is discussed in some depth, both by Mack himself and by an experiencer – Peter from the chapter “Peter’s Journey”.
John Mack discusses past lives and dual identity in relation to alien encounters, in this excerpt from a June 27, 1993 interview
by John E. Mack, M.D.
Developed from a talk first given at Interface, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 23, 1993 (and given again at the 24th Annual MUFON Symposium). Dr. Mack had not yet finished writing his book about alien encounters, but the prior year he had co-chaired the Abduction Study Conference held at MIT, for which he had received some critical feedback.
by John E. Mack, M.D.
This paper appears in Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference (North Cambridge Press, 1992).