Oddly enough, the video touches upon the subject of alien abduction early on, providing several clips from stalwarts in the field such as Budd Hopkins (whose first name is misspelled on the tape) and David Jacobs. A few other interesting clips feature hypothetical ideas about the possibility of visitation from beings of another world or dimension. Since I am more interested in that material than photographic evidence itself, I found that to be an added bonus. Pretty soon, though, the focus turns to photographic evidence of UFOs. The time devoted to old, vintage "flying saucer" pictures is rather lengthy and dry, and some of the pictures that are examined are rather obscure (if they were really impressive, they wouldn't be so obscure). Later, Richard Haines leads us through some more recent pictures, and this segment is actually quite interesting because Haines discusses in some detail the way he goes about examining photographic evidence.
Actors: Christopher Chacon, James A. Swan, Geoff Callan, Mary Kay Bergman, Timothy W. White
Directors: Carl Buehl, Christopher Carson, Essy Niknejad, Joe Dea, John Jopson
Producers: Joe Dea, Ann Daniel, Caspar Poyck, Christopher Meindl, Henry Winkler
Format: Color, EP, NTSC
Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Number of tapes: 2
Studio: Simitar Ent.
VHS Release Date: February 20, 1997
Run Time: 60 minutes