Alien Time Machine: Encounters from Another Dimension

Alien Time Machine: Encounters from Another Dimension

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Overview

Alien Time Machine: Encounters from Another Dimension

Though accounts of supernatural phenomena in the early 21st century are hardly uncommon, few can rival the otherworldly claims of controversial author Terry Le Riche Walters (Who on Earth Am I?). Among other chronicles, Walters has attested to extraterrestrial visitations and abductions, spiritual prophecies from other dimensions, and (in what may be his most extreme account) the presence of a time machine built using alien technology. As hosted by Karen Frandsen of Eerie Investigations, a paranormal think tank, this program brings together Walters and a group of legitimate researchers who gather to discuss the time machine and the technology belying it.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/31/2010
UPC: 0885444357428
Original Release: 2010
Rating: NR
Source: Reality Ent
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:20:00
Sales rank: 61,959

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Alien Time Machine: Encounters from Another Dimension
1. Chapter 1 [1:27]
2. Chapter 2 [1:04:05]
3. Chapter 3 [30:55]
4. Chapter 4 [25:59]

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BHauser More than 1 year ago
This is an extended interview with Terry Le Riche Walters, who's a personal witness (victim?) of alien abductions. Walters is incredibly interesting, and although he seems comfortable as a favorite of visitors from Orion, and as a seer and healer, it's not clear whether he considers this more of a blessing or a curse. Walters patiently answers interviewer Karen Frandsen's questions, but refuses to embellish his experiences. There's a great deal he doesn't remember or understand, and won't speculate. Curiously, his aliens have blue eyes and blond hair, but he isn't sure whether that's what they look like or it's "some kind of trick." The time machine of the title is actually shown in footage from the 60s, and Walters claims to have used it, travelling for five hours to other places and times, and particularly remembers being in Italy "long ago." Interestingly, he has the feeling he wasn't visible to the locals, and could only watch, and not participate--sort of a ghost in the room. If this subject matter is of interest to you, this DVD is a must, I think.