Krog excellent research and work as always
HOWEVER! I know what you are thinking when you see that word. I am definately not buying what this man
is selling. The problems that I have spotted with my Skeptical mind are:
Based on the available information gathered on Kevin from both 1st hand investigator accounts and accounts of Kevin’s friends there appears to be no
reason why Kevin would be lying about his reported encounter.
There APPEARS to be no reason. No personal fame or fortune, however, further down his friends stated:
Friday, September 4th, 1987: Kevin’s two friends arrive and go fishing, Kevin does not mention incident. Reportedly one of Kevin’s friends
want to go out that night and watch for UFOs, nothing is seen. The remaining trip goes by without incident.
But his friends want to go and watch UFO's? So apparently, it would appear that they have probably done this before. I think it is safe to assume
that they have looked for UFO's before and probably speculated on their cargo, personel and technologies. But what really got me was that the DAY
AFTER they search for UFO's Kevin omits when asked about his trip? Why:
One of his friends asks him later in the day what all happened during his trip, he omits the day of the abduction.
Why would you omit a story to tell your friends? Yet, he found it worthy to be shared with another friend?
and actually moved out of country for a time after the incident, but still talked about it in a private letter to one of his friends.
Does this make sense? Why would he not tell his UFO hunting buddies, but yet tells another friend? I personally do not think so, the sequence of logic
does not add up in my mind.
Kevin is DEFINATELY NOT lying, however, I do believe that his memory is a result of a motorcycle accident resulting in unconsciousness and
hallucinations in Stage 1 of sleep leading to REM sleep.
Evidence for this theory:
The road is definately not one for a bike to be used on. The road is clearly not bike friendly, it appears to me a mixture of dirt and rocks. But then
again it could be asphalte, but still the road is definatelty to dangers for a bike to be used on (Bumps and uneven road), and yes I asked my dad who
used to race bikes what he thought of the road and he agreed with me, so I am not pulling this out of my rear and inserting it..lol..
This is also highly important:
Thursday, September 3rd, 1987: Kevin headed out around 6:30AM on his motorbike to go moose hunting. At around 7:00AM the incident occurred After
leaving the area some 14 hours later Kevin returns to the RCMP trailer and falls asleep, but hears a “buzzing sound”. At this point he recalls
almost fully the incidents of the day.
I wish they would have stated what time Kevin went to bed, but none the less Kevin awakes at 6:30AM a rather early time and in his own words; Kevin
was EXCITED and anxious to go hunting, so chances are Kevin did not fully awake before getting onto his bike. He probably just took off, not taking
the proper time to awaken and already on the road Between 6:30AM and 7:00AM proves my point, in my mind at least that he did not wake up fully. Also
the days before he was probably sleep deprived from driving to his friends cabin or trailer whatever it was. Maybe tossing some beers back and staying
up late the day before the incident.
While driving his bike, he stopped to pee, but Kevin DID NOT begin to walk from here. Kevin got back on his bike and began driving again, he then gets
into an accident and begins to pass out and sleep in unconsciousness.
At this point he claims to have heard a “loud metallic clunk” sound behind him around the corner of the road
The loud metallic clunk was probably him wrecking his bike and misplacing the incident during a later period. During this crash Kevin is on the road
in sleep stage 1, which can bring about hallucinations before fulling falling asleep. Kevin imagines these beings and the craft that he said:
dematerialized and reappeared. Probably a hallucinations and Kevin then see's the beings and history takes its course from their until we get to
bright flash of light
This happens a lot to people who waken from being KNOCKED OUT:
A personal experience:
Getting Knocked out
The first time was a baseball that I caught square between my eyes when I was 12 years old. It was a hard line drive and I thought I had a bead on
that rascal, but I missed with the glove and it got me. I remember a bright flash of light, then I woke up several minutes later with my Dad,
my coach and a lot of other concerned people gathered around me. I didn't realize that any time had passed.
And then Kevin stated:
I instantly felt paralyzed and was convinced time had stopped, everything was black, no sound. I tried to yell "No!" but all that came out was a
Yes! Paralyzed because he was dreaming and in REM sleep, your body produces a chemical to help you remain still from harming yourself when dreaming.
Time stopped because of his perception to being knocked out.
I turned around to get my bike and for some reason it was not there, then I noticed it was on the other side of the road.
Because he wrecked it. Yet the problem I have is how did the keys get into his hands and how was the bike still upright? Thats the main problems that
I have, I explain this by him being disoriented and that the keys were actually in the ignition and that the bike was actually laying down. Kevin
fixed his bike and went about his day. The hardest parts to remember when you awaken from being unconcious is the First hour.. And he remembered them
by continuing where his dream began, with him parking his bike to pee (The last probable memory that he had).
He replaced what he could not remember with his dream, which he could remember. The dream about him being on the ship was probably just that a dream
and here is why... Dreams are best explained as being associative memory, meaning that they help us file away events in our day or week to be filed
and remembered. Since Kevin remembered Aliens, he had a dream to associate aliens with another event. For instance:
You saw this really pretty girl in your day. That night you have a dream of her dancing. You have never seen her dance before, but your mind uses that
to remember her.
Also why do aliens have to speak english? I would BELIEVE and hope that they did not speak our language. So I add that to the list as well.
7:00AM and returned at around 9:00PM missing time, must have been quite the fall. I would say that perhaos he was incorrect in his time, it is not
stated how he knew what time it was. So I am not sure this is entirely correct.
Well, is not strange that the marks are on the same part of his hands. I could explain this with his bike handles, but sicne I do not know what type
his bike was I can only explain what I know and what my dad knows.
This is an example of a clucth on the bikes handles. But this clutch faces toward the driver on the inside of the handle. If his bike was designed
like this, it would explain those marks on his hands. And yes the marks could be there permanently, according to my dad, he stated that if the impact
was hard enough for his hands to be pressed down into the clutch it could have moved the meat in his hands upward and leave his hands the way they are
which would add evidence that Kevin was going way to fast on these roads. And of course he did not notice them, they are almost unnoticeable until you
actually look at his hand. I could imagine the surprise...lol..
Personally, I think he is telling the "truth", but the "Truth" is not what really happened. He got into an accident, had a dream, and started this
from that dream. Of course, I could be completely wrong..lol.. And this could have been an alien event! But I doubt it.
Again excellent work Krog
Keep it up and I will see you on SKYPE!!!
[edit on Oct 10th 2009 by TheMythLives]
[edit on Oct 10th 2009 by TheMythLives]