A reporter investigates a mysterious crash and uncovers more than an object, but a massive government conspiracy. Inspired by the real life events of December 9, 1965 and one of America's most mysterious UFO incidents.
In 1965. There are three boys who go hunting in this film. I wasn't hunting, but I was in the woods that night. I saw the thing in the sky and it wasn't a meteor. Was it aliens like in this film? I seriously doubt that, but I wasn't offended that they went in that direction. It is a film, after all. If you want a documentary, watch Stan Gordon's. He's spent years researching it. Still don't understand why the reporter kissed the woman. He's much better looking than John Murphy. You can see the real man in Stan's documentary. The glare in the actor's eyes when he refuses to lie is intense. I believe that John Murphy was killed for what he knew in real life. All in all, the film was better than I expected. Most of the actors were decent to good and some of the shots were beautiful. Pittsburgh Dad makes a brief appearance as a fireman alongside some real Kecksburg firemen. The credits went by way too fast to read anything so I hope they fix that before the DVD comes out. I'll be buying it. Bought their T Shirts at the UFO festival the last few years. Have to admit I never thought they'd actually finish the film, let alone make something halfway decent and actually entertaining. One of the biggest crowds I've seen at the State Theater ever. It's a shame there were some technical glitches at the beginning with the movie freezing, but I got into the story and had a good time.