Declassified see them fly
The series will be available from August 3. Top Secret UFO Projects: Declassified on Netflix. Fighter pilot Alex Dietrich will not soon forget his encounter with an unknown flying object. She recounts what she saw on November 14, 2004: “The flying object was shaped like a big tic-tac.” Read the series review here Top Secret UFO Projects: Declassified.
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Close encounters of the third kind
Numerous stories about encounters with aliens are often overlooked, but there are still many people who believe that UFOs do exist. If there are aliens in this world, how long have they been here? What do they want from us? Do they intend to harm us, help us, or even save us?
What foreign visits has the US government been silent about? With so many stories of unidentified flying objects and unexplained events, evidence of extraterrestrial life should soon emerge. Many private encounters with UFOs have been filmed using computer animation, including in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Zimbabwe and many in the United States. People who claim to have been kidnapped by aliens are also speaking. They are all very cool and exciting – but unfortunately, you won’t get real answers in this 6-part series. The world is still expecting answers about this mysterious phenomenon soon. Three stars.
Plus Stephen Bassett (Director model research group) and journalist Nick Pope is also Caroline Currie (Between us) in this documentary series. This production was directed by Petr Vachler (Top 10 Secrets and Mysteries).
The series will be available from August 3. Top Secret UFO Projects: Declassified to appear on Netflix. This series contains 6 episodes of approximately 43 minutes each. Genre: Documentary. Score awarded by IMDb: 5.7.
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