Mount Hayes, the highest mountain in the eastern Alaska Range, has been speculated to be home to aliens and ufos. In the 1997 book “Remote Viewers,” by Jim Schnabel, the mountain is noted to be house of extraterrestrials’ underground bases.
Schnabel shares the story about how the U.S. Intelligence is involved in the controversial issue of psychic spying that started in the early-to-mid 1970s. He also noted talented remote-viewer Pat Price claiming that aliens were living inside Mount Hayes.
According to Price, aliens in the mountain appeared like humans, differing only in their eyes, lungs, blood and heart. He added that these aliens are using thought transfer for motor control of humans. Moreover, Price stated that Mount Hayes has been causing U.S. and Soviet space objects to malfunction.
Stories about UFO activity in Alaska have also attracted much of the interest of the U.S. military. In fact, there were classified files from Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) about UFO sightings in the state that ranged from 1947 to 1950.
In August 1947, two serving members of the military had a UFO encounter in Anchorage, and both reported the incident to the Office of the Director of Intelligence Headquarters Alaskan Department at Ford Richardson.
The official FBI report showed that the UFO had the shape of a sphere and approximately 2-3 feet in diameter.