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Two UFO researchers -- a postal worker who's obsessed with Roswell, and a former nuclear physicist who's just as obsessed with Majestic 12 -- race against the undertaker and each other to break the Greatest Story Never told.
There really is nothing new here - aside from the personalities on the show constantly throwing around the word "threat". The title of the show is deceiving as well, and was probably taken from the 2004 US Navy incident off Baja California. Shortly after covering that we are taken once more into things we've seen countless times over the the past few decades - including events such as Rendlesham. If beings from another world, or dimensional beings, are visiting this planet, they've probably been doing so longer than we would like to admit; and if they were a "threat" it would not be a question anymore.
Can't say I'm surprised that this show is running on fumes since it seems to be a spin-off of Tom Delonges To The Stars Academy - in which several former alphabet agency members - all of which should have their words taken with a grain of salt.
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