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Documentary Investigates Kecksburg UFO SiteSalem-News.com
Sci-Fi documentary with Bryant Gumbel about one of the most fascinating American UFO stories.
(KECKSBURG, Pa.) - Something flew over Canada and a number of U.S. states on December 9, 1965, and landed near Kecksburg, Pennsylvania. By many accounts it was a fireball, some described it as a four pointed star. They said it was a controlled flight; one man said it was as though it was on remote control.
This object trailed by fire in the sky was witnessed by many people who signed statements. There was plenty of media attention, and the owner of the radio station in the local area said the U.S. Army called her for directions to the location of the supposedly downed object.
Some would later say that the military left the area in a truck with a large, tarpaulin-covered object.
At the scene, officials told residents a meteor crashed. But the next day, the U.S. government declared nothing fell... or was found.
What really happened?
What is the truth?
No matter what fell that night, the public's right to know remains undiminished.
Now, with new eye-witness accounts and a breakthrough forensic study done at the site by scientists, this riveting program reveals fascinating scientific evidence in this exclusive SCI-FI DECLASSIFIED special.
This program takes viewers to the actual site, and to a town-hall meeting moderated by host Bryant Gumbel.
This updated edition of Sci-fi's groundbreaking special The New Roswell: Kecksburg Exposed is directed by Humanitas Award-winner Melissa Jo Peltier (Scared Silent, The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence) of MPH Entertainment. She also serves as executive producer with MPH partners Jim Milio and Mark Hufnail.
The program also looks at the Roswell incident in New Mexico, which is the nation's most notorious reported UFO cover-up.
But there are striking similarities in the two; you will have to watch it and judge for yourself.
Special thanks to MPH and Bryant Gumbel for a fantastic program, the running length is 1:28:28:
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