Friday, July 06, 2012

National Geographic's Chasing UFOs: Alvin, Texas News Feature

National Geographic's new show Chasing UFOs makes CBS news with the recent Alvin Texas episode revealing the best clear daylight shot of a Ufo ever taken.
James Fox, director of ufo documentary Out of the Blue joins the news commentary:

7 comments:

Hieronymus Braintree said...

The Alivin UFO just hangs in the sky and then the video stops. It looks like something stuck to the bottom of a Chinese wok twisting in the wind. Yawn.

What's next, National Geographic presents "Hitler's UFOs"?

Anonymous said...

if ufo footage is distant and blurry the debunkers scream "how come all ufo footage is shoddy and out of focus" and if its good they say its too good so must not be genuine..you got to laugh at the inane comments of the debunkers though,they cruise the ufo sites but the dont like ufos ha ha...please..

Anonymous said...

If there is so much proof, then why are we wasting time and money on the seti projects???

Anonymous said...

That one was a hitler UFO. Apparently these are the only ones that will make public media. Let's try again without some arts and crafts at work

Hieronymus Braintree said...

Anonymous at 7:24, I don't know if you're referring to me but my complaint is that the video is so good the UFO looks quite blatantly faked.

Anonymous said...

Its spelt "Alvin"

Anonymous said...

Because SETI has absolutely nothing to do with the search for et life, It's Pure psy-op bs, dis-info...SETI is a UFO tracking and targeting system, ever wonder why so many crash? Funny how they can travel through different dimensions and hundreds of light years to get here, but they can't seem to keep em in the air once they reach our atmosphere isn't it? Your tax dollars are funding the "Black" back-engineering projects that have advanced human technology hundreds of years ahead of it's time, and while we get microwave ovens, microprocessors and cell phones from it, the military industrial complex "AKA" NASA Nazi's gain total control of us and the planet, now that's a fair deal, huh?