Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr.: The Abductee's Survival Manual?
Lieutenant JG Bud Roberts: It's a compilation of personal accounts of actual survivors.
Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr.: Survivors of what?
Both: Alien Abductions.
Lieutenant JG Bud Roberts: Don't you believe in the possibility of life on other planets, sir?
Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr.: A life, maybe. Flying saucers stealing cows and hillbillies? I don't think so, Bud. I believe in things you can see, smell, taste, touch.
Lieutenant JG Bud Roberts: Sir, there were a rash of UFO sightings all along the coast the night that Commander Douglas disappeared.
Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr.: So now you think they were abducted by aliens?
Lieutenant JG Bud Roberts: Well, there is a theory that The Bermuda Triangle contains what's called a blue hole. It's like a space warp and the aliens use it like a portal. And sometimes they'll take humans back with them.
Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr.: Take them back for what?
Lieutenant JG Bud Roberts: Experimentation. Hybrid breeding. Things I don't even wanna think about, sir.
Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr.: How many of these brain-nuts are you eating a day, Bud?
Lieutenant JG Bud Roberts: Power-nuts, sir.
Lieutenant Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr.: Power-nuts.
— JAG, season 3, episode 6, "Vanished"
"An encounter in the first kind, that's when you see a UFO. The second kind is when you see evidence of it: crop circles, radiation. The third kind is when you make contact. But the fourth kind, there's nothing more frightening than the fourth. You see, that one is when they abduct you."
— Abbey Tyler, The Fourth Kind
As we head toward the cars, a bright light shines down from above. Everyone freezes in panic for a moment, but then I realize I cant move. As the others scream and grab at me, I start to float up in the air, toward the saucer waiting overhead. I crane my head up and see an opening, with more of the little grey aliens crowded around it, holding an array of wicked and horrible-looking instruments.