Thursday, January 1, 2009


What secrets lie buried in the never-before-seen files of a famous UFO investigator? In the early 1950's, James McDonald, a senior physicist at the University of Arizona, changed the entire course of UFO research. For nearly 20 years he examined UFO reports in great detail - interviewing over 500 witnesses, uncovering important government documents, and testifying before Congress in 1968. He challenged skeptics, performed scientific analysis, and led the charge for UFOs to be properly studied. After his tragic death in 1971, his investigations and files were sent to the University archives, where they lay dormant...until now. The team brings these lost UFO files back into the public eye for the first time on television, and looks at evidence long thought lost to history.

UFO Hunters The Lost UFO Files part1

UFO Hunters The Lost UFO Files part2

UFO Hunters The Lost UFO Files part3

UFO Hunters The Lost UFO Files part4

UFO Hunters The Lost UFO Files part5


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purrlgurrl said...

Easily, the most compelling episide of the series, which is understandably usually more show buz than real investigation.

Atrueoriginall said...

I agree and I think it might have a lot to do with complaints from last season.

I know for certain that too many were starting to rag on them because they were beginning to look like something out of Paranormal State or Ghost Adventurers. They personally knew that they shouldn't have that look about them because UFOs are a serious matter and ghosts will still be here tomorrow.

So I think they backed off this season and decided to get serious. When I say 'they', I mean the History Channel, not the crew because the crew would have actually been the ones to bring it to the History Channel's attention since two of them are avid in the UFO community and have had to put up with lots and lots of negativity from UFO bloggers and websites.

I also think that they did a great job on the Contact one in Aurora, Texas.

It took years for that family in Aurora, Texas to let anyone on the property and they said yes to the UFO Hunters, plus they allowed them to dig up the well on the property, which was a major task. In doing so, they were able to undebunk the well issue.

Also, the windmill was forever a debunked item and they proved that it existed as well as finding metal buried in the bark of trees at the cemetery. And they located the unmarked grave where it was claimed the alien was buried.

So they ended up turning the Aurora incident into a major possibility instead of a debunker item.

Consequently, I think that's their best thus far and this new one here is a close second.

I hope they continue on with the James McDonald archives because there's plenty there.

purrlgurrl said...

I agree about the McDonald archives. I was vaguely familiar with his name as a "back in the day" researcher. It was quite a surprise to find out he had amassed and meticulously saved so much research material for posterity. I hope the series returns to these files to shed more light on other well-known cases as well as to bring lesser known, but equally interesing, cases to public attention.