Should be interesting but I do think going by that trailer it's going to be super over dramatized with a lot of creative liberties taken.
I do wonder though, considering what has come to light over the years thanks to freedom of information, how many weird encounters in the U.S reported
during this time period were actually the government/military doing things to the everyday folks or people catching glimpses of experimental tech.
After all wasn't it around this time government agencies were releasing gases on subways, spraying diseases over towns, experimenting with drugs and
mind control etc, while also doing the whole space race thing with weird aircraft with some appearing like flying saucers?
I want to believe, space, aliens and the supernatural etc fascinate me, but over the years the more I look at the weird happenings we hear about the
more I see men behind it. Especially when as a species we have a proven track record through out of doing bizarre # to each other.
A good example would be that thread that was posted about that woman who vanished then re-appeared 18 months later. Even after it was posted it was a
hoax many continued to theorize on what happened to her. Some willing to cling to not of this Earth explanations. 2018 and people are still pulling
hoaxes for whatever reasons.
The normal is still often misidentified, even when every man and his dog has a video camera on them 24/7 now and 1000's can witness something and
still get it wrong.
Is it a far stretch that things were all that different 60-70 years ago, especially when it was easier to fool people?
Man I wish I wasn't so realistic and getting more skeptical and jaded as I get older.
If only all humans were just straight up honest. This would all be a non-issue.
Pretty sad our species is so prone to deceit and lying.
edit on 20-7-2018 by AtomicKangaroo because: missed a word.