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Ok, "The Fourth Kind", explain the "hoax"? (The owls are not what they seem)

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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 05:04 AM
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On November 12, 2009, Universal Pictures agreed to a $20,000 settlement with the Alaska Press Club "to settle complaints about fake news archives used to promote the movie." Universal acknowledged that they created fake online news articles and obituaries to make it appear that the movie had a basis in real events.[9]


en.wikipedia.org...

Some more links to the settlement details:




Universal created a series of fabricated online news articles to publicize the movie about a purported plague of alien abductions in Nome a decade ago. The articles posted appeared to be from real Alaska publications.


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Universal created an elaborate series of online news articles in the promotion for its movie, “The Fourth Kind.” The movie claims to be a true story about a plague of alien abductions in Nome a decade ago.


www.newsminer.com...




posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 05:31 AM
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www.genreaddict.com...

This is the actress who played Dr. Abigail Tyler.

Just to confirm: www.genreaddict.com...

There is no record of any story remotely similar to this. It wasn't even filmed in Nome. Nome, Alaska is quite remote and have no history of UFO activity, I found this out within about 10mins of minishing the film to my utmost disappointment.
edit on 18/2/2011 by jexmo because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 10:44 PM
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Here are a few proofs, of cours it's just a mmovie from start to finish.

At the end, we are told she killed the husban. Why doesn't she remember? Some sort of memorie lost? Top with that, why wasn't she charge? First murder, second murder, manslaughter? If I could, I would research this (to see if that person is indeed actually real). However, I cannot due to aliases.
What else could possibly make this film real?
How about her daughter? What happen to her? Did she kill her, or was she truly abducted?
IF the mother killed her, wouldn't there be blood? Plus, her brother would've been the witness, or atleast been there to tell what happen! Although, there wasn't any trace of blood nor any evidences pointing to the mother. Other than she was the only one there! Sub-siding the officer outside, whome, was bared witness to the UFO arrival.
So with no blood, no DNA blood traces on the mother. Was her daughter indeed abducted by, aliens?

How about the audio tapes? The, actual footages? I think, they're too modified to *fit* a curtain stabilization.

For those who go outside sometime, to... Take notice of those lights in the night sky. That move around, unlike satellites. IF the alien noise from those activations are true. *The footages, and audio alien voices*. Give it a try. Play it LOUD outside. ONLY when you see those lights moving about, slow and slightly. If one comes around your way. THAT"S YOUR CHANCE! BE WARN! DON'T DO IT THINKING IT MIGHT WORK, OR MIGHT NOT! YOU TOO MIGHT GET ABDUCTED!!!!



posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 01:07 AM
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Originally posted by Wookiep
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Well, mblahnikluver again thanks for what you've brought to this thread, I appreciate it!
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Never is a very strong word, so lets not use it! This *is* ATS afterall. I'm pretty sure at some point we'll get something leaked from Hollywood about this movie.

I agree with you that this strategy should not be used on hollywood, again *if* we are winding this up in agreement that the whole thing is a hoax.

What this has taught me is this.

1: Hollywood can potentially *pay off* whoever they want to create a false representation of "real footage" (that's not real footage *combined* with OTHER hollywood footage that they tell you they admit is fake, for representation purposes only) to promote their movie, which of course revolves completely around $$$$$.

2: Hollywood can claim over "62 hours of *REAL* footage/audio" (watch the movie and check it, I'm not lying) including hypnotic therapy sessions by abductees, as well as police dash cam footage. It also gives them the right to record *any* audio recordings and blatantly lie about their "authenticity". They can claim this and out-right LIE to the general public, and if they get away with it (which they will, and through other recent market strategies they have proven this) No-one cares because it's just a "movie for entertainment only" or a "mokumentary" even though this was NOT what the clever marketing campaign ever claimed to be.

3: This proves to me that hollywood can blatantly lie to you, with very little to no consequence. Call me "Naive" but does anyone else remember the "disclaimers" that used to be LEGALLY required when presenting "real" footage? This will make me ignore further LEGAL notices like viewer discretion is advised because chances are, it's fake anyway!! lol

4: This *does* hurt the REAL watchers of the sky even worse than before. (the internet has already done enough with all the fake videos etc, notably YOUTUBE videos) Alien disclosure and UFO phenomenon including abductions are just about ready to be obsolete. The sad part is, it will be just as obselete on your T.V. set as it is here on ATS. (they are equal IMO, anymore) It adds further fuel to the CGI HOAX, swampgas, lens-flare faked LED on a string.
There is virtually NOTHING that anyone can do to prove UFOs or ETS any longer.

Good day!

Edit: bite your tongue everyone who jokes because we are in an age where you never know what is REAL and what isn't (even with disclaimers!)...and THAT is true for everything you see on T.V. or otherwise, so laugh all you want, doesn't make a difference in the long run, because you're (WE ARE) the one/s being hosed from the truth.


[edit on 20-3-2010 by Wookiep]



To sum up:

"I'm mad because I thought a movie was real. Turns out....it wasn't"


Sorry, I'm just being blunt and honest, lol.

I had no idea anyone actually thought this movie was real until I found this thread. I know the thread starts years back, but it was so interesting I had to post



It is NOT a crime to put made up statistics, facts, or claims in a movie. Nor should it EVER be a crime to do so. Movies are just that, movies. What is scary, is not what hollywood is doing, but rather, that there are people out there who actually believe movies are reality.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 09:12 PM
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Just to add: I have lived in Alaska for over 30 years, most my life. I was a carpenter and mason on a school and hospital there many years ago and visit there every other year for the finish of the 1200 mile Iditarod. Most that live there have no clue what the fourth kind movie is, if you ask them.

The only thing there that's alien of any sort is a skinny woman, a white man, and sobriety.


The thread was a good read though.



posted on Mar, 12 2014 @ 05:27 PM
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The original cases I believe came from Donald Worley. I was corresponding with him about my own experiences before the movie began production and he talked about his cases being used. He is quite elderly I believe and a kind man. You can do a search for him for an email address. I have not heard from him for a couple of years we fell out of touch, I assume he is still around I do not know.

He did complain about not liking the movie. I do not know how much was real or fake. But I do believe the cases came from him.





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