Filmmaker Simon Sharman goes in search of truth to the Roswell UFO mystery of 1947, but its the UFO investigators themselves who become the focus when controversial new evidence is unearthed and deception becomes the name of the game.


Simon Sharman


Simon Sharman





Film maker Simon Sharman goes in search of answers to the biggest UFO mystery of the 20th century, as he tracks down the last living witnesses to the Roswell incident of 1947. The three year investigation leads Sharman to Washington D.C. where he connects the dots between the UFO subject and the White House, involving the Clinton's attempts at disclosure of classified documents dating back to the time of the cover up. Along the way the director also finds himself in the middle of an explosive controversy when the Roswell investigators are presented with old picture slides which are alleged to be photographic evidence of alien bodies removed from the Roswell crash site. As the story unfolds, its the ufo investigators themselves who become the focus of attention after they plan to present the new evidence to a global audience live from Mexico City, to prove once and for all that aliens crash landed in Roswell. With unprecedented access behind the scenes during what was the most ...

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Exposes Mausson & Schmidt As Pushing Hoaxes
6 July 2020 | by AudioFileZSee all my reviews

Don Schmidt is useless in this video. It's apparent he didn't want to participate. If I ever thought he had some validity this video pretty much negates it. That he got caught up in the obviously fake alien slides thing is pure comedy. Then there's Jaime Mausson. He's an outright hoaxster whose popular report with his audiences is a bigger mystery than Roswell. The only value here I'd say is it reveals Schmidt and Mausson as being major parts of the UFO community's fruit-cake segment. This was kind of a miss except for calling out some would be P.T. Barnums of the UFO world and the precious few credible witness comments related to the Roswell crash

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