This provacative FOX Network "prime time" television special investigates the purported "Alien Autopsy" footage that was allegedly filmed by the United States military after the legendary UFO crash near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
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Unsealed Alien Files investigates documents of alien and UFO encounters, made accessible to the public by the Freedom of Information Act. Each episode tackles a compelling alien case by opening these previously off-limit secret files.
John B. Wells,
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Within the course of one hour 5 stories are shown. None of these stories have any logical explanation, and some of them actually occurred. You are left to decide which of these stories, if ... See full summary »
Widely considered to be one of the most controversial TV documentary specials ever aired in Prime Time, this famous FOX Network program stirred the "liveliest debate of any home movie since the Zapruder Film," according to Time Magazine. The "home movie" was actually purported to be the actual dissection of an alien being, supposedly recovered and analyzed by the U.S. military near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. Written by
This intriguing film is presented as a pro/con discussion of an, obviously, controversial subject.
This is an investigative inquiry about a black and white Super 8mm film reportedly shot at a 1947 autopsy of an alien body recovered from the purported Roswell UFO crash site. The host (Jonathan Frakes: Star Trek TNG), acting as moderator, shows us the film and introduces expert commentary. Some of the people have examined the original film (as in film processing/preservation people from the cinema industry)and given their views as to the age of the original print. Other experts comment about the difficulty of creating the film as a hoax and what would be necessary to pull it off. The whole thing was very well done from the point of view of; "In the absence of proof either way, here are some things to think about." It neither proves nor disproves any of the facts purported to come from the incident. A must for anyone interested in learning more about the Roswell UFO crash site incident.
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