For anyone wondering:
The lecture itself is only ~30 mins long
It takes a very conversational style and is not at all dry or inaccessible to those who are unfamiliar with psychological research
It addresses experiences of memory, false/retrieved memory, sleep paralysis, and (briefly) culturally available reservoirs of meaning which can explain what feels like the inexplicable
It is very grounded in scientific skepticism and scientific methodology
It clearly outlines the scientific perspective on "alien abductions"
It is not at unsympathetic or derisive of people who claim to have been abducted
Overall this is a fascinating topic, it's very easy to listen to and walks the fine line of using interesting anecdotes and perspectives in order to navigate many aspects of the topic while keeping it light, entertaining, and engaging but at the same time the scientific perspective is also given plenty of space without making it heavy, dry, or excessively academic in tone.
This one gets a recommendation from me, especially if you are interested in abnormal psychology, memory, skepticism, or psychology in general.