Accidental Truth: UFO Revelations

Accidental Truth: UFO Revelations

The truth can no longer be contained by those duty-bound to hide it. Officials who interact with the public regarding the UFO question openly acknowledge that they know things that they can't reveal. In ACCIDENTAL TRUTH - UFO REVELATIONS, the reality of an advanced intelligence engaging with humanity becomes undeniably clear.

  • Released: 2023-04-18
  • Runtime: 89 minutes
  • Genre: Documentaries
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  • heraclitean - 25 June 2024
    I've watched this documentary twice. Possibly the best documentary yet on the subject of the UAP. Experts Prof. Michio Kaku. Gen. John Alexander (ret), and NY Times reporter. Ralph Blumenthal weigh in on what these craft might represent and how the Government has controlled and continues to control the narrative. And that what has been released to the public is but a drop in the proverbial bucket. But full disclosure is not about to happen because so long as this phenomenon is considered a 'national security threat' then the public must be kept in the dark.

    Considerable evidence is brought to bear on the idea that the Government has known about these craft for at least 75 years. With the release in 2017 of the gimbal and tic-tac radar returns, the Pentagon admitted that what UFO hunters have always known: that there's something out there that defies explanation.
  • rocco-67568 - 4 June 2023
    Excellent Overview Of the UFO Topic/Agenda
    I highly recommend this documentary for both those who are new to the topic and those who have been studying it. It covers the government's involvement and cover up, as well as the possibilities for the future.

    I have viewed many of the shows and documentaries out there, and this qas certainly worth while!

    Interviews with many of the more current players (Elizondo, Burchett, Bigelow, etc) reveal some information that has yet to be revealed and/or shows the direction things are headed.

    There is much speculation about this topic. Yet, this documentary tends to lend hope toward disclosure sooner rather than later. While past government programs have been able to fend off public interest, today's technology and information sharing may finally force them to admit the truth about what is really going on.