NASA's Unexplained Files
is a TV series starring
Erik Dellums, Christopher Orwoll, and Marc D'Antonio.
A look is taken at exclusive NASA footage and firsthand accounts of mysterious fly objects from astronauts and scientists are presented.
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John B. Wells,
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Erich von Däniken,
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William J. Birnes
I have seen a lot of these shows and documentary's. I have to say I like where this one takes me. I like the people in it, and the evidence they bring to the table. Worth watching at least compared to other shows out right now if you like watching these shows and or are interested in this topic at all then I would say check it out. The strange thing is that it first piloted in 2012- then it was released 2 years later and then took some long breaks and is back now in 2015.I have not seen all the new episodes but I think that its cool that there is a show that covers anything on NASA 2 people I always love to see on shows like this are Richard Dolan and Nick Pope they always have interesting points and good evidence to back up what they say.
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