Film historian Bruce Rux posits that the film industry has long collaborated with a government disinformation campaign about UFOs, shaping and ontrolling knowledge about documented UFO activity. The interviews uncovers the conspiracy roots of government involvement in science-fiction/horror movies, from pulp-fiction and Lost World romances to films dealing with flying saucers, the planet Mars, mind control, abductions, transdimensional journeys, and extraterrestrials.
Rux reviews the facts known about UFOs and ancient technologies, and how they came to be discovered. Then he investigates the period between the 1930s and 1950s, focusing on CIA Robertson Panel’s recomendation that Hollywood be used as a deflectionary tool against popular interest in UFOs. Government involvement in Orson Welles’ 1938 War of the Worlds broadcast is discussed, as are the Disney and United Artists studios’ early connections to patriotic propaganda. Early ’50s movies like The Thing from Another World and The Day the Earth Stood Still show UFOlogical facts that only government sources could have known at the time. From there the book goes on to discuss recent releases and the ongoing depictions of aliens and UFOs, right up to Independence Day, Men in Black, and Mars Attacks!
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