Nome, Alaska is located remarkably close to the mainland of Russia, but there is something else about Nome that might be remarkable, and that is the possibility that it is a hotbed for alien abductions of humans.
The 2009 film, "The Fourth Kind" was about those abductions. Many have criticized the movie for its exaggerations and inaccuracies, but there also many that truly believe much of the information in the film is indeed factual.
It seems that one of the strange features of the humans that were supposedly abducted is the belief that many of them saw visions of owls in their dreams, and another feature is that many of them repeatedly noticed the number 333. The FBI apparently conducted an investigation into the many missing persons of Nome, Alaska, but the organization declined comment about what they found, however, it is believed that the alien abduction theories were debunked.
Nome's remoteness and the adventuresome lifestyles of many of its residents could also account for many of the missing persons. Perhaps some people just don't want to be found, but there are many in and around the Nome area that claim they know of people that were abducted, or they themselves were victims of abductions.
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