Grade A Abduction Report

This is another grade A report onan UFO incident.  The observer isobservation trained as he must be to successfully hunt moose and access theforest and he has excellent recall ability.

This report is actuallyimportant.

1                   The observer betrays his outright ignorance of UFOliterature by observing that the creatures are not green.  One book on the subject would have shown thatcomment to be silly and that what he was seeing was already well understood tobe the main stream of interacting aliens. Thus he comes to it as a completely fresh observer without any arguablebias.
2                   For that reason we get an additional unbiaseddescription of the aliens from a skilled and retentive observer.
3                   The comparables that I am familiar with were obtainedwith hypnotic regression.  These reportsalways have that limitation as we are unclear what degree hypnotic regression converts secondary inputs into believed memories. We know it is not zero and thus distrust such reports withoutcorroboration that is obviously impossible.
4                   In this circumstance, no such method was used.  His own capable memory and the small dose ofmemory interrupter that he took allowed him to recover core parts of the eventright away and this has opened the door to additional recall.
5                   This obviously makes him an excellent candidate forhypnotic regression because we now have a series of bench mark memories thatplaces him indisputably in the control of the aliens.  Thus recovered memories for the missing timewill be convincing and supported by these bench marks.  Recall the first such story from the sixties(barney et al) merely filled in an unexplained missing time unit in the middleof a car trip.  I have no doubt that hehas much more to tell us.
6                   The aliens’ primary mission on this day was to sample ahuman being.   They could stop and spendfourteen hours at the task.  They weresurely doing nothing else.  Thus this isan excellent corroboration of alien abduction and outright sampling as we do thesame to polar bears and every other critter we are keen about.
7                   This particular mission was also pretty slack.  They did not pay proper attention to his dosage.  In fact they were pretty relaxed about it allas if they had done this many times and were bored.

The only reason we know aboutthis is that Kevin actually recalled enough to properly follow up.  Thousands would not, and if they had asuspicion at all, their only recourse would be hypnotic regression which wouldhave simply added their report to a growing stack that looks confounding.  So we finally got lucky.  We can now read abduction stories in light ofthe strength of this report.

The other observation is thatsome form of cloaking was operating which failed because of proximity andmotion.  The very first UFO sighting,also in excellent light, showed a similar effect.  I think that we can presume cloaking is usedto some degree of success and that way more craft are operating in our skiesthan anyone imagines.  We may well bespotting the few percentage that loses cloaking because of lighting or geometrywith the observer.    Certainly, theirsheer lack of alertness expressed in many different ways speaks to longfamiliarity.

This may well be the first bonafide grade A abduction report, but its existence now places credence on theinformation provided by the many grade B reports with untrained and skilledobservers.


Posted: 08 Feb 2011 09:36 AM PST

The following case was investigated by Martin Jasek who lived in Edmonton, Alberta.Jasek attended the University of Alberta where heobtained his Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering in 1986 and his Mastersdegree in Water Resources Engineering in 1992. In 1993 he moved to Whitehorse, YukonTerritories to work for Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Water Resources Division.In 1995 he started to develop an interest in Ufology. In 1996 he startedcollaboration with his neighbor LorraineBretlyn who had a lifelong interest in the subject. In the Spring of 1997 heteamed up with UFO*BC and become their Yukon Representative.

The Abduction on the North Canol Road

By Martin Jasek, M.Sc., P. Eng.

I first met Kevin on July 8, 2000 while attending a UFO conference in St. Paul, Alberta.I had just finished a presentation on YukonUFO sightings when he approached me. He was very quiet and reserved andbasically told me that he used to live in RossRiver, Yukon and had heard and seen strange thingsup there. He proceeded to write down his contact information for me as thehustle and bustle of the conference prevented a personal conversation. The nextday, as the conference was drawing to a close, Kevin approached me again. Hesaid he was leaving now as he had a fairly lengthy drive home. But before heleft, he wanted to show me something so that I would know what he was talkingabout when we later talked on the phone. He then showed me the palms of hishands. Wow, what he showed me certainly peaked my interest and he brieflystated some of the background. I'll leave it to the reader to read through"Kevin's Account" as not to take away from the incredible experience.

After the conference I returned to my home in Whitehorseand Kevin returned to his life in a small Alberta town. It was fortunate that with mywork I was able to travel to many parts of the Yukon and at my earliest opportunity (Sept12, 2000), I traveled up the North Canol Road. Prior to the trip, Kevin provided adetailed description of the location where his experience took place andnarrowed it down to a 6 km stretch of road, west of a vacant RCMP trailer. Itook photographs of five locations along this stretch that would potentiallymatch Kevin's description. There was one location in particular that matchedevery detail very well. I mailed all sets of five location photos to him and hequickly replied that one location, the same one that I favoured, was thecorrect one. There "is no doubt in his mind" he replied. He addedinformation to the photos such as the trajectory of the UFO, the location wherethe aliens stood, etc. The graphics depicting what Kevin witnessed are of theactual locations. We hope that these along with the artwork add to the realismof Kevin's account.

This article has been a long time in the making and I have got to know Kevinover the years. He is a very honest, sincere and reserved individual. Not atall the type looking for attention. I have no reason not to believe his entirestory. I would like to thank him for his patience and understanding for thetime it took me to put this presentation together.

The Abductee's (Kevin) Account

In August or September 1987 (later determined to be Wednesday September 2,1987), I left Ross River (where I lived) andheaded up the North Canol Roadby myself on my motor bike for moose (hunting).

I was planning on spending 3 days in the area between Sheldon Lakeand Macpass. A guy I worked with and a friend of his were to leave a day laterand I was to meet them for some fishing. We were all to stay at a trailer atDewhurst Creek.

I left Ross River early in the morning and thetemperature started to drop. Then it started to rain very hard and very cold.When I got to Gravel Creek, I stopped at Art John's Cabin and put on extraclothes while standing under the edge of his roof. I knew the rain would notstop, so I got back on my bike and headed off. I arrived at the trailer ½ hourbefore dark, very cold and very tired. I lit up a fire, cooked supper and wentstraight to bed looking forward to the morning hunt. Over night the rain hadstopped.

At daybreak (September 3, 1987) I put my gear and my gun on my bike and headedtowards Macpass. A couple of miles down the road, I was putting along at about10 mph looking into the trees and watching the hillsides. I decided to stop fora restroom break. 

I stopped where I could see some mountainsides and some valleys. I parked onthe right side of the road. The sun was shining; the air was perfectly stilland a bit cool. I was standing just in front of my bike watching the mountainsto the south, when I noticed to the left out of the corner of my eye, what Ifirst thought was an airplane. It was 400 to 500 yards away and about the sizeof a DC-3 plane or a full-size school bus. It was travelling north to south, atabout 40 yards above ground and moving maybe 30 km/h. Right away I thought"boy is he low". I blinked my eyes because I couldn't make out anytail fin or wings.

It had what looked like portholes all along the side of it. It was cigar shapedwith a grey strip down the middle and a dark green on top and bottom.

I thought to myself, "something's wrong with this picture", then Irealised there was no sound! If it was an airplane, the roar would have filledthe valley.

As I watched, it seemed to partially dematerialize and then return to solidform, it did this as it was moving, a couple of times. Then it dawned on me,oh, oh, I don't think I should be seeing this; it's a UFO and probably doesn'twant to be seen!

I crouched down on the road, hiding behind the roadside grass.

I then watched it go behind a cone-shaped hill and not come out. I stood uplooking for it and feeling very excited and happy about what I saw and thinkingthey didn't even know they were being watched.

I was standing beside my bike when I heard a loud metallic clunk behind mearound the corner.

Right away I thought, somebody must be here and I've got to tell them what Isaw. The noise I heard sounded like a heavy trunk lid on a car slamming shut.

I quickly walked along the edge of the road to the corner to see who was there.

I came face to face (about 20 yards) with 2 grey creatures in blue jump suits,about 5 ft. tall with big insect looking heads, pointy faces, big eyes, thinarms, body and legs. I immediately thought "they're not little green men*,they're grasshopper people".

At that same instant, the one on the left raised his left hand to his waist,which held some type of flashlight device and I saw a bright flash of lightcome from it.

I instantly felt paralyzed and was convinced time had stopped, everything wasblack, no sound. I tried to yell "No!" but all that came out was adistorted grunt.

Next thing I knew I was standing on the side of the road scared, shaking andconfused.

Within seconds I remembered all of this that had just taken place and Ithought, "I'm getting out of here before they get me again." I turnedaround to get my bike and for some reason it was not there, then I noticed itwas on the other side of the road. I said to myself, "what the hell isthis? I didn't put it there". Still panicking I rushed over and got on itand realized the keys were gone.

I always left the keys in it, that way I could not lose them while sneakingaround in the bush. I immediately started looking down the road and suddenlysaw them in my hand. I started my bike and raced back to the trailer.

I was feeling scared and amazed at the same time and then noticed that all theshadows of the trees were pointing in a different direction than that of themorning sun. About 15 minutes later I was at the trailer. Half an hour later itwas dark. I thought "no way, I only left here an hour ago, what's goingon?"

I was really confused then, I said to myself, "I'm not telling anybodyabout this, I'll just forget the whole thing".

I put on a pot of coffee and could then hear a soft humming sound above thetrailer. I could also feel a soft vibration in everything (trailer, air, etc.).After about 10 minutes it had all stopped. I had a very strong feeling thatthey were outside. I did not look out the windows.

Later that night I still couldn't sleep and while having my coffee I began tohave flashbacks of the past events. I remember being in a dream-like statewatching scenery flash by underneath as if I was flying. I watched mountainsand rivers and forests go by at a very high rate of speed.

I then became aware of other sounds and seemed to wake up. I opened my eyes andcould see nothing but black, very deep and inky black. As I was looking atthis, the blackness pulled back, revealing a face, I had been looking into theeyes of a grey type creature. I could hear in my mind a voice saying"there is nothing to worry about". I could hear him talking in mymind.

There were 3 or 4 of these types walking around, but only one talked to me. Thetwo I saw earlier on the road, I never saw again. (Note: the aliens that he sawat this point were of the typical "grey type" while the ones at theedge of the road were more insectoid.)

I then sat up and had an idea of what might be going on and I asked, "Areyou going to do experiments on me?" and the one said, "They'vealready been done." I felt really good then because, except for a strangesensation in my hands everything felt normal. I kept rubbing my hands togetherbut did not look at them, as there was a totally strange environment to look atinstead. I experienced no discomfort.

Kevin's drawing of the place where he regained consciousness and where the being showed him the image

The being nearest me asked if I would like to see my home planet and I saidsure. I then walked over to the window, where there was a machine that lookedlike a big copy machine. He asked me not to touch it, I replied "Don'tworry, I'm not touching anything in here".

He then said, that bright white star is your home. I didn't know anything aboutastronomy at the time, but I always thought earth was blue, so right away Ithought he's lying. He also explained to me about space and stars etc. but Ican't remember any of it now.

I was also asked if I would like to go on a trip. I replied "Notyet", I felt very honoured to be asked and I did want to go, but felt thatthe time was not right.

Then I was told I would have to forget all of this. I was disappointed athearing this. The first part of the experience was very scary, but once I waswith them, I found them to be friendly, helpful and their looks didn't botherme. They actually seemed like old friends.

They gave me a clear glass, ¾ full with a yellow liquid and said to drink itup, it would make me forget everything. I told them, I did not want to forgetan experience like this. It should be remembered! I was told it was for my owngood that I forget. So I took 3 little sips and put the glass down.

Next thing I know, I'm on the road by my bike, scared to death and wanting toget out of there.

The next day I met up with the other two guys and never said anything to them.- Martin Jasek, M.Sc., P.Eng.

Witness Credibility

I already mentioned something about Kevin's character in the introduction.About how he is reserved and not at all the type out for attention. It hastaken him many years to come forward. Since the incident, Kevin has married andhas started a family.

Furthering his credibility is the type of employment he had in Ross Riverat the time of the incident. He worked for the RCMP as a jail guard in Ross River.This indicates that he was employed in a position of responsibility and trust.It also shows one reason why he did not tell anybody about the incident at thetime.

Some time after the incident, Kevin took some training to become a RCMP officerbut discontinued the training when he realized that he would likely be postedin a remote location where he feared another possible encounter.

After a few more years in Ross River, Kevin moved to New Zealand for a while. Upon hisreturn to Canadahe continued his career as a guard in correctional institutes.

In February 2004, I located Kevin's friend Doug who was one of the two fellowsthat joined Kevin on the North Canol Road trip after the incident. Kevin had notspoken with Doug for many years and I was curious about Doug's perspective ofthat trip as well as what he could tell me about Kevin. Doug was a RCMP officerin Ross River at the time. The following is asummary of his statements:

- Doug knew Kevin for about 3 years in Ross River.He saw him just about every day.

- He really liked Kevin and never ever doubted him about anything. Kevin was a"straight shooter".

- Doug mentioned that Kevin had an amazing mind. He was impressed how Kevincould recall past events and incidents in such detail. The RCMP officers in Ross Riverwould often ask Kevin about previous incidents as the amount of details hecould recall was very useful. (This attests to the level of detail provided inKevin's account).

- When Doug joined Kevin on the North Canol Road the day after the incident, he didn'tnotice that Kevin was acting strangely. Doug doesn't recall any strangeoccurrences on the entire trip.

- In 1997, when Kevin was overseas, he confided to Doug about the incident. Hewrote him a letter describing what happened. A copy of the letter has beenobtained, and this early version of the incident is nearly identical to the onepresented on this web site. A consistent story is a hallmark of an honest one.

Also in February 2004 I located Brad, the other fellow that joined Kevin on thetrip. Brad was a friend of Doug who had come up from Vancouver Island and met Kevin for the first time on that trip. Kevinappeared like a "normal" person to him. Brad does not recall anyunusual occurrences during his time on the North Canol Road with Kevin and Doug.

NOTE: the following links could be of interest: TheAbduction Location in Detail and GeographicCoordinates.

The aliens shot a beam of light at Kevin that had paralyzing effects.
Artwork by Patty D. & Jim G

The Witness Answers Questions

Let us first go through some obvious questions the reader may have. Does itmake sense to go moose hunting on a motorbike? Was it a moose hunting trip? afishing trip? or a duck hunting trip? Kevin's intent was to only shoot a mooseif he spotted the right animal. He would have waited for his friends to show upwho could go back to Ross River for a truck. Kevinremarked that it is the Yukonway to go out into the wilderness and be prepared for whatever opportunitiescome by. Kevin therefore had both hunting and fishing gear with him.

For the next part of the discussion, let us assume that the incident actuallyoccurred the way Kevin recalled it ( i.e. that the experience was the result ofan interaction between Kevin and some other intelligence and it was not aproduct of his own mind). I have no reason not to believe Kevin, since he iscredible, sincere and appears mentally healthy.

Further to his credibility is the fact that Kevin had little exposure to, orinterest in, the UFO phenomenon prior to the event. The fact that he didn'texpect the aliens to be gray but green attests to this.

Let us also assume further that the beings were able to read Kevin's mind atall times as this was the way that Kevin said he communicated with them.

Here are some questions that come to my mind.

How much missing time did Kevin have?

Kevin mentioned that for hunting he liked to get up before the sun rose.Official sunrise on Sept 3 was at about 6:40 am, probably about a half hourlater to clear the mountain tops. So Kevin was probably on the road some timebetween 6:00 and 6:30 am. The location of the incident was about 10 minutesaway since he was travelling at a fairly slow speed to keep an eye out forgame. Therefore, the incident probably occurred some time between 6:00 and 7:00am. Say 6:30 am for argument's sake.

After the incident, it was just before sunset since it became dark about onehalf to one hour later. Official sunset was at about 8:40pm. For the sake ofargument, the incident would have probably concluded at about 8:30pm. Thereforethe entire incident probably lasted about 14 hours.

I asked Kevin how long did it appear that he spent with the beings. Somethingin the order of a "couple of hours" was his reply. He furthermentioned that things "went at my speed". There was no rush.

We are still left with a question. What happened during the other 12 or sohours? Was Kevin unconscious for that time or are his memories of that timeobscured?

Why was the motorcycle found facing the opposite direction and on a differentpart of the road after Kevin was released?

It is possible that once the aliens took Kevin they realized they could notleave the motorcycle abandoned on the road. This would risk somebody comingacross it and collaborating his abduction. It is possible that the motorcyclewas taken as well. When it was time to release Kevin, the motorcycle was placedback on the road. They may have obtained information from Kevin's mind that heintended to travel back to the trailer (which was in the opposite direction) tospend the night, so they placed the motorcycle facing west.

Why were the keys not in the ignition after the incident?

Kevin normally leaves the keys in the ignition while out in remote areas likethis. That way he is not apt to lose them and there is no reason to believethat someone would steal his bike. Presumably, he left the keys in the ignitionwhen he stopped to take a leak that morning. The keys would have therefore beenin the ignition while he was observing the UFO. After the UFO disappeared andhe heard a clunk Kevin walked up the road and around the corner where he wouldhave lost sight of the bike. Perhaps, as a precaution, and subconsciously,Kevin removed the keys from his bike at this point as he was not sure that theUFO may reappear and spot his bike on the road. Not that he thought alienswould start it up and go for a joy ride, but subconsciously he may had thoughtof it as a precaution. He may have behaved similarly if he had spotted avehicle with strangers near by.

If this was the case, then he would have had the keys on his person (in hishand or in a pocket) when he saw the aliens on the side of the road and when hewas hit by the beam of light. However, he does not recall holding his keys inhis hand while with the aliens later. Perhaps they were removed from his handwhile he was unconscious. Later when the aliens returned him to the road theyrealized their mistake that they did not return the keys to him. Perhaps theyare able to interject somehow and place the keys in his hands.

The other possibility is that the keys were in the bike when it was taken butwere removed at some point by Kevin or the aliens although Kevin has no memoryof this.

Scoop marks left on Kevin's hands after the incident. Photo taken in July 9,2000, almost 13 years later

What are the marks on Kevin's hands?

The marks on Kevin's hands do appear like a mild form of Dupuytren'sContracture although this has not been confirmed by a doctor. There are threepossibilities:

1. Kevin developed the mild form of Dupuytren's Contracture coincidentally withthe incident.

2. Something the aliens did or something during the encounter inadvertentlytriggered a mild form of Dupuytren's Contracture.

- One possibility is that when Kevin was hit by the beam of light he clenchedhis fists so forcefully that he damaged the connective tissues in the palm ofhis hands. Although the medical profession does not state this is a possibleway of obtaining the Dupuytren's Contracture, they do not know how it iscaused. It is interesting to note that when one clenches their fists, it is thering and pinky fingers that places the most force on the palm. It is precisely theselocations that Dupuytren's Contracture most often appears.

- Another possibility is that the marks were caused inadvertently by the"tests" that the aliens performed on Kevin (which he has no consciousrecall of but which the aliens told him that they had performed). Perhaps Kevinclenched his fists on the examination table.

3. The marks are not Dupuytren's Contracture but are a direct result of someprocedure that the aliens performed on Kevin's hands. The obvious speculationwould be that the aliens placed some sort of implants in the palm of his hands.Kevin has never had his hands X-rayed so we cannot determine this. The otherpossibility is that they were caused by tissue sampling or injections.

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After the abduction, why would the aliens come around the trailer that Kevinwas spending the night in? (As indicated by the noise that Kevin heard and thefeelings he had).

Where they possibly monitoring what Kevin recalled consciously? Where theyconcerned that he was remembering too much? Did they take him again at thispoint and erase some memories of the incident?

Why did Kevin remain behind to do some duck hunting after his friends went backto Ross River? Was he not afraid that the alienswould come back for him?

As a day or two passed, Kevin reasoned that the beings had already done whatthey needed to do and that they would not come back. This is in contrasthowever to how he felt in the trailer. Did another incident occur in thetrailer that made Kevin feel that it was finally over? On the other hand,perhaps the simple passage of time made Kevin feel more at ease.

An interesting aspect of Kevin's memories is the fact that they were recalledconsciously. Not that I think the process of clinical hypnosis is invalid butconscious memories are generally accepted as more reliable. Kevin did notrecall everything right away however. The following lists indicate what herecalled immediately after the incident and what Kevin recalled later:

Intitial recall:

- seeing UFO across valley.
- hearing "clunk" sound and walking towards it.
- seeing beings on the side of the road.
- being hit by the beam of the light.
- flashbacks of incidents on the ship.

Subsequent recall:

- details of events on ship.
- details of conversions with aliens on ship.

Subsequent recalled occurred about 10 years later when Kevin was living in New Zealand. Hehad a job making fishing rod handles. The work involved turning a piece of corkon a lathe. A certain "hum" was associated with this process. Kevin,mentioned that the hum would put his mind in a certain state and suddenly thememories flooded back to him and were as vivid and real as other parts of thehunting trip.

This is very interesting. Was the sound similar to a sound he heard during theevent? or, Does this sound have hypnotic qualities that allows memories to comeforward? It may be worthwhile to record this sound and play it to others whomay have possibly been abducted to see if their memory is recalled.

In closing, I would like to say that this case is not closed. We will updatethis site as more input is provided by readers or if new developments occur.

The Witness' Hands

The following are more details that Kevin provided about the marks:

- The marks never existed prior to the Sept 4, 1987 event.

- Kevin mentioned "I recall rubbing my hands together" (due to astrange feeling in his hands) while talking with the aliens.

- Kevin finally examined his hands a few days later. "I was totallyshocked to see a mark on my hand. Then I looked at my other hand and couldn'tbelieve I had one there too." They got worse or became more prominent overthe next 10 days to two weeks. It only took them that long for them to have thesame appearance that they still have today.

Over the years, Kevin has asked various doctors and nurses about whatthey thought they were without giving them the background on how he thought heobtained them. Most did not have any idea. However, One doctor asked, "oh,have you had that for a couple of weeks or something like that?" Kevinreplied, "no, its been 8 years". The doctor's eyes got wide and hewas quite surprised by Kevin's answer. The doctor asked Kevin if he had any problemswith his hands "seizing up". Kevin replied, "No, I can play theguitar no problem." The doctor told Kevin that if he ever develops such aproblem, that they can make a few cuts to get rid of the tension and that thetreatment is not a really big deal. The doctor told Kevin the name of thisdisorder but Kevin couldn't recall it when he was interviewed by the authorabout 5 years later. The doctor also told Kevin that the medical professiondoes not know what causes it.

The author performed an internet search on "problems with hands" anda condition came up that closely matched what the doctor told Kevin. It iscalled Dupuytren's (pronounced du-pwe-trahns') Contracture.

Dupuytren's Contracture is a disease whose cause is unknown but most oftenaffects men of a northern European decent indicating that it may be hereditary.It occurs when the connective tissue under the skin begins to thicken andshorten. It initially starts as a painless nodule resembling a callous, mostcommonly at the base of the ring finger. One or both hands can be affected. Ifthe condition progresses, the tissue tightens and it may pull the fingerstowards the palm of the hand. In some individuals, the condition may progressuntil the fingers can no longer perform day to day functions. If the conditionprogresses this far, surgery is the only way to correct the problem. In otherindividuals, it only produces the initial symptoms of a callous type formation.

Kevin has never been diagnosed with this condition although this isstill a possibility. Other than the marks on the hands he has not developed anydisability. Kevin can place his hands flat on the table with no problem (Thisis a test to see if a case of Dupuytren's Contracture is severe enough torequire surgery). He can also play a guitar with no problem.

There are a range of possibilities that could explain the marks on Kevin'shands:

1. Kevin developed the mild form of Dupuytren's Contracture coincidentally withthe incident.

2. Something the aliens did or something during the encounter inadvertentlytriggered a mild form of Dupuytren's Contracture.

3. The marks are not Dupuytren's Contracture but are the result of someprocedure that the aliens performed on Kevin. The obvious speculation would bethat the aliens placed some sort of implants in the palm of his hands.

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