Also very interesting is that she "doesn't know" who paid for that polygraph test--and how she took it when the day before, she was said to be on an island in the mid-Atlantic. It casts her veracity in doubt regarding both her polygraph, and her unwillingness to fly.
As someone who (I believe) helped expose a predator, I understand not coming forward at the time, and being shy about testifying. However, the manipulation of the process, and the total lack of corroborating evidence not originating in Ford herself, makes me skeptical of where this is going.
Update; National Review is doing great work covering the hearings, as befits an outfit filled with lawyers. Her "fear of flying" appears to be overcome rather routinely, doesn't remember details of what she shared with the Washington Post, and also didn't know any details of the polygraph test she took. She also appears to have refuted her husband's claim that she'd mentioned Kavanaugh's name to her therapist in 2012.
But we should be totally sure of what she says she experienced back in the early 1980s while intoxicated, of course.