Shortly after the launch of a satellite from a space shuttle the satellite collides with an UFO in front of the crew's eyes. Because of an election campaign some politicians try to hide the...
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33 years after the infamous Rendlesham Forest UFO incident, three metal detector enthusiasts hunting for Saxon gold in the same region, capture incredible footage of UFO's whilst filming ... See full summary »
Shortly after the launch of a satellite from a space shuttle the satellite collides with an UFO in front of the crew's eyes. Because of an election campaign some politicians try to hide the crashed UFO -- inside hangar 18.Written by
Kay Drangmeister <K.Drangmeister@insider.sub.de>
The space shuttle orbiter, while in space, has the standard nose of the NASA's orbiters that went to space, but the landing footage shows a needle sticking out from the tip of the nose. This needle was present only on the Enterprise orbiter, which never went to space, revealing that the landing footage is NASA atmospheric test footage. See more »
George, could we have this tape, or a copy?
This is a Department of Defense operation. You guys couldn't get outta here with a coffee cup.
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Aired on TV under the title _Invasion Force (1980)_, with a different ending. See more »
Ok, no, this isn't one of the greatest movies of all time by any means, but it does have some very interesting theories and suggestions, ala the "X-Files". If you were between 10-14 during the late 70's and early 80's, you'll remember the movies that dealt with such mysteries as Bigfoot, Noah's Ark, and (didn't this one just scare the be-jesus out of you!) Nostradomas, narrated by Orsen Welles. I think the movie is entertaining, even though it is "dated" by today's standards. I also don't think it's a strech to say this could have been the very birth of the X-Files as we now know it.
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