The disappearance of several people in the small rural town of Nome, Alaska, has made headlines in the previous five years. The FBI and government have always attempted to cover up the inexplicable disappearances by stating that they were caused by adverse weather conditions and excessive alcohol consumption by locals.
This knowledge, combined with the city’s location in Alaska’s most isolated area, only adds to the mystery.
Locals, on the other hand, are persuaded that something weird is going on and that there is a link between the missing persons and alien creatures.
From 1960 to the present, approximately 40 persons have gone missing in Nome. Kevin James, for example, was last seen on January 11, 1998. While his parents initially assumed that his abduction was the result of some prank, subsequent UFO reports led them to feel that there must be some connection between their son’s disappearance and the numerous UFO sightings.
Another example is a film from the Alaska police department, which was shot on October 5, 2000, probably around Nome. The footage shows what looks to be a massive flying saucer hovering over a house. According to eyewitnesses, the object was dragging individuals from their homes and transporting them aboard their spaceship.
Many Hollywood films have been inspired by Alaska’s well-known reputation as a hotspot for UFO sightings. A film titled “The Fourth Kind,” which was released in 2009, is one of them. The film is based on research conducted by psychotherapist Dr. Abigail Tyler.