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Enjoy this vintage documentary, based on the experiences of the man who served as press liaison for the Pentagon during its investigation of Alien spacecraft from 1947 to the early 1950's.

Just how old is it, you ask? SIXTY-ONE years old!! (1956)

This is a combination of Interviews and documentary footage with the fictional story of an air-force pilot who encounters Alien saucers. The producers build a good case based on the credibility of certain witnesses (airline pilots, military personnel, radar operators, etc.).

Director Winston Jones begins the film as a pure documentary, but he gradually modifies this approach and focuses on reporter Al Chop's personal involvement in the vintage Alien investigation. Chop slowly changes from UFO skeptic to UFO believer.

The climax of the true story of flying saucers is a gripping reenactment of a true incident which occurred in 1950, when a group of Alien saucers cruised above Washington DC for several hours.

Dr. Karla Turner discusses her findings with regards to her research of covert abductions. Abductions of humans by alien beings, often (seemingly) working with human military personnel.

Karla died of a very fast acting cancer on January 10, 1996, just a few short months after speaking at this UFO conference and being threatened for her work. She was just 48. Since then, several other people involved in her investigations purportedly also experienced threats and possible gang stalking, followed by highly unusual cancers. Several of her cases studies are now dead.

There is no evidence Karla or any other were murdered via weaponized cancer - but there's plenty of people on the web who posit that theory. And sadly, based on data still unaccepted by mainstream media for...well, ever... it seems pretty clear that weaponized cancer exists. so there's that.

The fact is, we don't know what happened to her. Despite why Karla died, or whether or not she was 100% accurate with regards to her conclusions, she was a very intelligent woman capable of critical thinking. Due to this and her considerable knowledge on the subject, she makes for a very interesting listen - in my opinion.

Dr. Turner's books are all quite overpriced online.
Into The Fringe: $140 new -
Masquerade of Angels: $99 new:
Taken: $195.98 new -

Read Her Books Free:
Into The Fringe
Taken: Inside the Human Alien Agenda
Masquerade of Angels
I posted this in another UFO-thread, but I guess it fits better in here with the collection of all the other UFO-documentaries;

"This UFO story is quite interesting. The video starts off with a bit of a recap of the history of filmed UFO's, but after 6-7min the story of Anthony Woods starts. At first it seems like a case of just filming dots in the sky, but what he later on catches is quite interesting - and they have no idea what it is. I've never heard of anything like this before."
It's well worth a watch.

The Journey - Anthony Woods UFO Encounter
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This film was shown only once, and with no advance notice on stations in only five US cities. The original Michael Eisner intro hit me right in the nostalgia.

Lost Walt Disney UFO Documentary, Alien Encounters: In March of 1995, Walt Disney Television aired an intriguing UFO special. This highly unusual UFO video special presents UFOs and alien visitation to our planet as a matter of fact.

At first glance, the special appears to be a promotion of the "New Tomorrowland" area, in particular the new "Alien Encounters" ride. This was in the mid 90's. (This venture was cancelled almost immediately)

However, upon closer is much more. The entire program, which opens with a short segment by Disney CEO Michael Eisner, does not even question the existence of UFOs and a major UFO cover-up. In fact, at times it has A Tone Of ridicule Towards Those Who Still Deny That UFO's exist; quite unique ___
""It's easily located today online, but the circumstances of its production and (highly limited) distribution, and its oddly firm view of the reality of the phenomenon, make it decidedly weird and unique.""

""If all Disney wanted to do was promote its new theme park ride with an alien theme, they needn't have gone to nearly as much trouble. As it is, it's almost like the ride-promo mission was used as a Trojan horse / excuse to deliver a lot more subversive and revolutionary information. Maybe this really was a disclosure exercise gone awry, maybe it was out-of-control filmmakers who produced an end product the Disney chiefs didn't know what to make of. But it sure is fun speculating, and the show has since become a UFO conspiracy' staple -- another tantalizing hint of the truth, allegedly.""
I watched this, and the beginning of it, especially about the nature of the UFO phenomenon, promised to make it interesting, but then the moderator completely ruined the potential debate/discussion.
Yah, I bet, But you holds watch this one from start to finish
It is kinda remarkable!!.