In 1930, a trapper named Joe Labelle traveled to the village of Lake Anjikuni only to find the place completely desolate. He found some food, clothing and loaded rifles but couldn’t locate any of the residents. Labelle then went on to notify the cops of the news.
The cops came to the village along with Labelle and failed to discover any trace of the villagers. They also couldn’t understand why the residents left all their belongings. The weirdest part of the mystery was that the dogs of the village were also missing.
Later, they were found and it was discovered that they had frozen to death. It was believed that the dogs have been starving for days while there was open food scattered all around the grounds.
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Since, a lot of theories have surfaced regarding the disappearance of the residents. One of the explanations was given by the famous author of the book The Interrupted Journey: Two Lost Hours Aboard a Flying Saucer, Betty Hill. She has described her experience of abduction by the aliens in the book. Betty believed that the locals, like her, were abducted by extra-terrestrial creatures.
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