While searching YT for alien and UFO videos, I'll find myself re-watching these short "Case Reviews" when they pop up.
They're fairly well-produced. They feature famous cases, highlighting the more interesting aspects of the events, without a bunch of extraneous
They typically run from just 5 - 10 minutes. They would be ideal for someone putting together a video compilation of UFO cases.
The Flatwoods Monster:
The Pascagoula Abduction:
The Kelly-Hopkinsville Encounter:
Japan Air Flight 1628:
Here is the link to the whole series.
There's about 20 of these short videos.
edit on 20-7-2015 by ColeYounger because: (no reason given)
Yeah Cole these are great ! Thank you !
You picked some fantastic cases. Well done.
People always ask where's the evidence?
Ask the Japan Airlines Capt about how his careered faired
after he reported his encounter.
An acorn shaped UFO the size
of an aircraft carrier two eyewitnesses and FAA
radar verification. Spoiler alert...
He lost his job.
I like the videos but its sad that, unless they are short like that, most people won't pay attention. We are quickly approaching the Warioware
generation for lack of a better term. For those of you unfamiliar with that game, it is a whole game dedicated to a series of 3-30 second mini-games
specifically queued to maintain the attention of a person who can't be bothered to do the same thing or pursue the same goal for longer than it takes
them to blink, get bored or notice something else flashier.
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