posted on Oct, 24 2007 @ 10:33 PM
reply to post by 1nL1ghtened
Hello, thank you for the nice comments.
Yes, the area is very remote. Although there are more remote places in the Yukon, this area is probably the most remote that has a road. The Norrth
Canol Road use to go to I believe Norman Wells in the NWT but is no longer passable as it has not been maintained. It was built in 1942 by the US
Government as part of an expensive pipeline project 1 year before WW II ended. After the war was over, construction was abandoned. It is therefore a
dead end road that ends at a section that has been washed out by a creek. There is potential for a copper mine in the area I believe. There are still
hundreds of rusty abondoned vehicles in some areas along the road. A very sureal sight.
My impression of the area is one of beauty but knowing what had transpired there, it kind of gave me shivers down my spine. Others have had sightings
in the area. The nearest community, Ross River has also frequent sightings. www.ufobc.ca...
I visited the area 13 years after Kevin's incident (Sept 2001). I did look in the general area where the beings stood but as Kevin was not with me I
was not able to examine the exact same spot. However, with so much time past I doubt that there would have been any traces (footprints?) left. Before
I visited the location Kevin described the area where the beings stood very well. I took photos of several similar locations over several km and the
one that fit his description the best he also felt was the correct location (after seeing the photos that I took).
Any reasons that the beings would be in this area would of course be speculative. However, Kevin did say that he got the "feeling" that the beings
had been in the area for quite some time.
Not sure what more I can add except that I just tried to phone Kevin at his most recent listing but the number is no longer valid. I will try to
BTW, Kevin had another sighting in the area the following year: