posted on Jun, 11 2012 @ 10:37 AM
reply to post by Ameilia
That's my thought as well. When I'm on the road, I truck from the lower 48 states to Alaska. The companies I've worked for prefer a shorter route
that follows Hwy 16 and then runs north up the Cassiar Hwy. A little over 300 miles of that route in question.
A trucker is the most likely scenario. Considering the length of time this has been going on, more than one person. There's a large amount of truck
traffic, lumber, mining and the north country is filling up with people fast.
I've seen the signs "Hwy of tears". They seem to be addressed to native women. The subject doesn't come up in truck stops etc. The natives aren't
too buddy buddy with the non-natives. Not much communication unless necessary.
I've worked with guys who have been running the "Al-Can for 40-50 years. I"ve never heard any UFO stories of any kind, although one section of that
run, I have over 600 miles of zero cell coverage of any kind, so there's plenty of room for events to go unnoticed! Hwy 16 is not very
"unpopulated" though. Cell coverage is around 60% and it's not far between towns. One could break down and easily walk to "help".
Plenty of black bears , moose and deer to dodge though. It might explain the dirty looks from the natives though, a white trucker is the logical
Hey! Forget it! I have an alibi.....