Engineer/Scientist Albert Taylor left his job in on the International Space Station after a myriad of paranormal and spiritual experiences to author and promote his book, Soul Traveler.

Albert's Grandmother, she was the first one in his family to experiences sleep paralysis, and the one who coined the phrase, "Witch Rides."

This a picture of Dr. Taylor with two of the last remaining Tuskegee Airman. In spite of racial discrimination in World War II, the Tuskegee Airmen were the only pilots to escort numerous bomber to and from their targets without loosing a single aircraft. This record has never been matched to this day.

Albert Taylor at the age of four.


Airman Basic Albert Taylor joined the Air Force at age seventeen.