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Debra Jordan-Kauble




Experiencer | Contactee,Speaker

DEBBIE JORDAN-KAUBLE was the central figure in Budd Hopkins’s New York Times best-seller, Intruders, the Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods and the 1992 CBS mini-series of the same name starring Richard Crenna and Mare Winningham. To protect her family she went by the pseudonym of “Kathy Davis”. In 1994 She wrote, along with her older sister, Kathy Mitchell, Abducted: The Story of the Intruders Continues.

In this book she was able to tell her story in the first person and her sister added her own strange experiences in support. After a lifetime of continued strange experiences she wrote her second book, Extraordinary Contact: Life Beyond Intruders, to share her journey with others who have been affected by the phenomena and to show them that not only can you have a ‘normal’ life despite these experiences, you can grow through them.

She is a wife, mother to 4 and grandmother to 8.  She lives in Kokomo, Indiana, is a retired automotive industry worker, a licensed cosmetologist, a member of M.E.N.S.A., The Author’s Guild and The American Red Cross.


DEBRA JORDAN-KAUBLE is an “ordinary” woman with a habit of attracting the extraordinary.

After reporting a terrifying anomalous experience to Budd Hopkins-pioneering researcher of the alien abduction phenomena- Debra's’ life takes a dramatic turn as she becomes the central figure in Hopkin’s book, Intruders and its popular TV adaptation of the same name.  But while the TV mini-series ended with a clear resolute, Debra’s astonishing story continued in real life. Debra shares her close up and personal experiences with everything from UFOs, poltergeists, the afterlife, Electronic Voice Phenomena, premonitions, synchronicities, non-human entities, Near Death Experience and lucid dreams.  Such phenomena are woven through the vivid tapestry of Debra’s life—flourishes of the anomalous offset against an everyday backdrop of factory work, family and friends.

Spanning four decades, and in her own book, Extraordinary Contact, Life beyond Intruders, is a story of resilience and growth in the face of trauma, tragedy and loss, and an intimate, first person account of what it means to be a lifelong experiencer of “impossible” phenomena.

Extraordinary Contact: Life Beyond Intruders

Deb will share with the audience her amazing contact story, touching upon details about her case she has discovered/remembered all these years later. She will cover some of interesting experiences that have occurred in the recent past with visitation and give us personal insight into how she has managed the fear, isolation, ridicule, and getting though one day at a time - trying to live a normal life.