posted on Mar, 15 2013 @ 08:42 AM
Very interesting story, but I couldn't help notice how familiar the plot seemed, then I read the last bit of the article
The night siege in Nome, Alaska is based upon a controversial film of combined archival footage and re-enactments of allegedly true events that
occurred in October of 2000, entitled “The Fourth Kind” was released in 2009.
It's the plot from the movie "The Fourth Kind", down to a T.
It then goes on to say the article is based on the controversial film, which I always thought was a mockumentary. I always thought there was something
fishy about this movie, even when they claimed to be showing real footage, it looked fake.
So I decided, after viewing the movie to do a little research on it, and I found that the whole thing is possibly a sham, and that it had all been
Here is an article by a film critic who mentions the same thing,
It was with crushing disappointment that my research discovered this is all made up out of whole cloth, including the real Abigail. The film wasn't
even shot in Nome, but mostly in Bulgaria. And Dallas Massie, a retired state trooper who's the acting police chief in Nome, says he's heard nothing
Note, almost every film review mentions the movie as being a fake.
Another thing, that really bothered me about this film, is that the aliens were speaking Sumerian? Really? Did Zecharia Sitchin write the plot?
But at the same time, this story seems to resurface often enough. I wonder if there might be some truth woven into it.
edit on 15-3-2013 by ArchaicDesigns because: (no reason given)