Updated November 7 – Is the fourth kind real? None know for sure. The Nome/ Alaska disappearances happened when people from the Bering Strait traveled towards Seward Peninsula towns.
Alcohol was the reason why Alaskans were attracted to Nome. Where did they go after drinking? Did the drinkers get lost while wandering home or returning to their temporary abodes? The temperatures were freezing and in an intoxicated state, it would have been very challenging to get around.
The FBI investigated about 20 cases of disappearances in Nome, Alaska, since the 1960s. Eight of these twenty people are still missing. The missing bodies were never found, leading to speculation that there might be alien encounters of The Fourth Kind. Those who were found dead died under mysterious circumstances. Some drowned without foul play, suggesting suicide but they had never displayed any suicidal tendencies prior to their sudden deaths.
Is The Fourth Kind a true story? The missing persons are real but were they abducted by aliens in the fourth kind of encounter?
The FBI didn’t think so. They concluded alcohol was a factor, coupled with the frigid temperatures.
Some villagers claimed Nome police were indifferent to helping them search for their missing ones because they were from far away villagers. The people claimed if Nome residents were involved, police would be motivated to search and discover what had happened to the missing people. Then, perhaps there would be no rumors of alien abductions of the Fourth Kind.
Some villagers argued that there were still missing bodies who were never found. If there was a serial killer or killers, then that person had to be very clever to hide the bodies.
Villagers and Nome residents want closure. They are not advocating the Fourth Kind of explanation but think that some crimes have been committed to cause the disappearances.
August 14 2009.
The movie called The Fourth Kind will be released on November 6, 2009. There are four scales of measurement for alien encounters. The First Kind is the sighting of the alien. The Second Kind is the evidence of the alien. The Third Kind is the contact with the alien. The Fourth Kind is the alien abduction. Dr Abigail Tyler arrived in Nome, Alaska, to document alien abductions.
Nome, a remote region in Alaska, has been the targeted by aliens as an alarming number of her population got abducted by aliens. This movie attempted to investigate the claims of alien abductions in Nome, Alaska.
Some people have offered logical explanations of the mysterious deaths in Nome, Alaska. They said alcohol and the harsh landscape may have played some parts in the missing people and deaths.
Is there a real Dr Abigail Tyler? The movie was supposedly based on the interviews conducted by a Dr Abigail Tyler. The webpages and writings about Dr Abigail Tyler were recently made after the move trailer was released. This could be a marketing ploy used to confuse the public.
Dr Abigail Tyler allegedly conducted interviews with people who have experienced strange phenomena. They told Dr Tyler they saw a white owl at the window just before they experienced unusual happenings. These people went to sleep at night in bed. They awoke, only to be pulled away from their bedrooms. They suffered amnesia and could not recall what happened during the time they were away.
Milla Jovovich, Will Patton and Elias Koteas starred in The Fourth Kind. Jovovich plays Dr Abigail Tyler.
The real Nome, Alaska has beautiful scenery and the residents love the sub-zero temperatures. The video shows some of the sights around Nome.
Who is the mysterious Dr Abigail Tyler? The Abigail Tyler photo is blank.
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