There is some controversy as people in the Ufo community feel the movie is not based on real events as claimed and is simply marketing hype for another "blair witch project". I feel that if this is the case then people are being misled and the movie is not beneficial for Ufology.
Dr. Abigail Tyler is meant to be based on a real psychiatrist in Nome - a remote village in Alaska . She interviews numerous people who have been abducted in the area . The 'real case studies' which are video taped are meant to be the basis for the movie. Apparently however Dr. Abigail Tyler is not known in Nome and there are sparse ufo reports or abductions in Alaska in general.
She did studies on other people in the same town who say they experienced strange phenomena or abductions.She used hypnosis on them.
What’s so interesting, is all this footage is captured live on tape,and they used the actual footage side by side in various scenes of the film.
The results of these studies often ended tragically and ended up getting Abby in trouble with the law,since these what appear to be, supernatural murders and physical damage to be people were hard to prove because the video tape would go all fuzzy when it happened.
However, you could catch glimpses of what appeared to be,people being possessed,in between the fuzziness. One man was levitated off his bed. Abby,herself,also got levitated off the couch.
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