Aliens from Outer Space: UFO Landings, Crashes and Retrievals

Aliens from Outer Space: UFO Landings, Crashes and Retrievals

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Aliens from Outer Space: UFO Landings, Crashes and Retrievals

This paranormally themed release explores the phenomenon of UFOs existing, with commentary and analysis from experts like UFO researcher Bill Knell, who offers opinions and analysis of various accounts, and examine the proposed evidence that humans have been harassed by extra terrestrials.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/19/2011
UPC: 0885444899058
Original Release: 2011
Rating: NR
Source: Reality Ent
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 4:00:00
Sales rank: 86,467

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Aliens from Outer Space: UFO Landings, Crashes and Retrievals 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BHauser More than 1 year ago
You don't have to be a real buff to enjoy this. Though similar to the author's UFOs Don't Exist! DVD, this is a more comprehensive look, and covers other sightings. It's in the same style: narrated lecture/slideshow, and the images are well-picked and to the point. There is also news footage, mostly clips from Fox News. The DVD covers the spotting of spacecraft throughout the ages, then the explosion of evidence after WWII, when personal cameras became widespread. The film documents strange animal abductions and mutilations, Roswell, Stephenville, and dozens of other sightings, crashes and incidents. The real-life "men in black" seem to show up afterwards, adding to the general suspicion that the US and other governments know far more than they're telling. I could have done without the generic background music, but for amateur UFO researchers, this DVD is a must, I think, and you're sure to find sightings near you mentioned. Fascinating stuff. Watch the skies!