The small rural town of Nome in Alaska, also known as the Land of the Lost has been the scene for various people going missing over the last five decades. The cops and FBI have always tried to cover-up the whole thing saying that these mysterious disappearances are happening because of harsh weather and excessive consumption of alcohol. The fact that the city is on the remotest boundaries of the state of Alaska, makes it even more mysterious as whether the cops are to be believed or there is something unusual about Nome, Alaska.
The locals, however, strongly believe that there is some extraterrestrial connection and influence behind the people going missing. Here are some secrets about the whole chapter of Nome Alaska alien abduction stories.
The secrets of the abduction
The mysterious disappearance of the people were initially being thought to be task of some serial killer who was killing people one by one and then hiding the bodies in any of the numerous lakes and other water bodies that are found in abundance in Nome, Alaska.
UFO sighting is a very common phenomenon in Nome, Alaska and as per UFO enthusiasts this region might be serving as some sort of command centre for the extraterrestrial life on earth. As per official records, about 40 people have gone missing in Nome, Alaska in between 1960 and current times. However, as per local belief the count of people who have gone missing is much higher and would actually be many hundreds, traces of whom are never to be found again.
Some true life incidences
An Alaskan, Kevin James Dycus was last seen on January 11, 1998 and while his parents initially thought his disappearance to be a caused by some foul play, later on reports of UFO sightings in the area forced them to believe that there is some connection between the UFOs and the disappearance of Kevin.
As per a video footage from the Alaska Police tapes that was recorded on 5th October 2000 at 3:33AM somewhere in Nome, a huge flying saucer is seen hovering over a house and all of a sudden there is huge interference being observed in the video. Only the terrifying voice of the scared patrolling officer is heard feebly, where he exclaims that something was pulling people out of the house and taking them aboard the flaying object. The whole abduction process gets over in a matter of 30 seconds and as the flying saucer shoots off in the sky, the interference ceases to be there.
Abductions of Nome in movies
Basis the various abduction stories which have been floating in the airs of Nome, Alaska, a Hollywood film was released titled “The Fourth Kind” in 2009. The film revolves around the various case studies of local psychotherapist, Dr. Abigail Tyler. The film features real life video footages of the regressive hypnosis sessions that Dr. Tyler had conducted with her patients. The video footages which are allegedly real and had been shot during the sessions, offer some of the most compelling evidences of the various alien abductions that has happened in the history of mankind.