For Immediate Release
Kiviat Productions, Inc.
Hollywood is buzzing this month about a new TV newsmagazine series that is being presented to all the major networks which will feature stunning new
evidence of unexplained phenomena, as well as hard-hitting investigations bent on authenticating the most compelling cases while exposing
misrepresentations or outright frauds whenever they are found.
From the executive producer of FOX's "Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction?," "UFOs: The Best Evidence Ever Caught On Tape" and other widely watched
prime-time TV specials, the riveting series will tackle some of the most sensational and controversial claims ever made, including recent allegations
that mysterious, domed flying saucers are making themselves visible to videographers worldwide to prove their existence.
Other provocative cases will involve a video clearly showing what people in Florida call "Skunk Ape," a creature possibly related to Bigfoot,
footage of an 11,000-year-old underwater monument scientists have linked to legendary Atlantis, the most convincing footage of a ghostly apparition
ever shown to the public, satellite images that appear to show scars in the Earth that could be evidence supporting the biblical destruction of Sodom
and Gomorrah by a cosmic collision or, incredibly, an atomic weapon attack, and much, much more.
In addition, the series will distinguish itself from all other phenomena-based TV series by offering strong opinions - and often conclusive evidence
that goes beyond a reasonable doubt - suggesting blatant, moneymaking frauds are being perpetrated that must be separated from truly baffling cases.
Viewers will see a man break more than 30 years of silence and confess to wearing a "suit" to stage the infamous "Patterson" Bigfoot film, long
considered the "Holy Grail" data by believing scientists, and the series will also unravel the perplexing "Alien Autopsy" saga with the
no-holds-barred exclusive interview with the top European special effects pro who created the "extraterrestrial" seen in the film and acted as the
But in a jaw-dropping twist, viewers will meet an award-winning Royal Academy press photographer who will state that in the 1970s, animators at the
Walt Disney Company brought him to a screening room in California, where they showed him film that looked "almost identical" to the "Alien
Autopsy" footage later revealed in 1995. The critical difference, however, was that the footage the respected press photographer was shown long ago
not only documented the medical examination on a dead alien lying on a table, but also showed "two living aliens squirming around on the floor,
seemingly in pain.'
Robert Kiviat and former CBS (and PAX) President Jeff Sagansky are executive Producers for Kiviat Productions, Inc.
Kiviat Productions, Inc. P.O. Box 571794 Tarzana, California 91357