Virtual Reality Scenario
The term 'Virtual Reality Scenario', often shortened to VRS, was first coined by the late Karla Turner to describe a type of experiences that may occur during alien abductions, where the abductee is led to believe he or she is having a certain experience, while in reality they are not.
In Taken, she described a Virtual Reality Scenario as an artificially and externally introduced event, that to the experiencer is practically indistinguishable from objective reality. The person may experience a situation with full sensory input and react with genuine physical and emotional responses, although in 'reality' the person may be lying immobile on an exam table, or sitting attached to some alien apparatus, or even asleep in bed with no outward sign of disturbance.
This topic was copied from the HyperBase and is likely to be revised.