Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: Ah yes yes, the fishermen from the coast, what were their names again? Patient: Jack w and Jack w I think. Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: Right, so what do you remember? From the crash that is. Patient: Well I remember sitting beside wonderland my son. We were flying back from our father and son trip to canada, wonderland. And well um, *Patient body behaviour becomes hesitant and nervous* the plane crashed...and I woke up and saw the wreckage. *Patient clears his throat*. I was pretty banged up from the crash, I was weak and hungry... I think I was out cold for maybe 3-4 days. I um, saw I think one of the flight attendants on her back with the airplane fire axe in her back. I assumed it was from the crash but it still looked like..you know.. someone had done it or something. I um, I took it and scavenged a few things from the plane, like the little snack bars and a couple drinks. I then began to, well survive. Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: And how did you survive? Patient: Well I um *patient pauses* I chopped some trees down, gathered some natural materials. I had found a survival in the wreckage and... it showed me how to make a shelter and a fire and all that stuff you needed to stay alive. I killed a couple of these lizards, they must have been native to the island or something they were big. I then made camp under a nice big pine tree, it was raining hard so I made my shelter as fast as I could. Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: What did you do from here? Patient: Cried. Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: About what? Patient: That I was stranded, my son was gone. I mean everyone else was gone and I appeared to be the only thing left. You know I didn't think I would ever hug my wife or ever see home again. Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: Understandable indeed, and how long did this last? Patient: A couple hours until *moves in chair* they showed up. Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: And, who showed up exactly? *Patient points to a picture in the doctors portfolio of a dead native* Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: I see... and did they see you? Patient: Not at the time thankfully, they were on patrol. Looking I guess for food or what have you in the area. There were about 3-4 of them, one female 3 males. They um, they were making these weird sounds that um, you'd think it's an animal or something in the trees but it's not, its them you know? Dr. Joseph Gerbulle: And why do you think they try to imitate these sounds.