BELLEVILLE, ON, May 29 /CNW/ - It may be the first time that a UFO has
been captured on video during the making of a UFO documentary.
On Tuesday, June 2 at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT, VisionTV's documentary
anthology series Supernatural Investigator presents "The White Mountain
Abduction," a film by brothers Adam and Andrew Gray. The subject: the
mysterious case of Betty and Barney Hill, the first people to claim publicly
that they were abducted by aliens.
While filming at the abduction site in the White Mountains of New
Hampshire, on the 47th anniversary of the event, the Gray Brothers caught a
real UFO on tape.
"The White Mountain Abduction" follows the Hills' niece Kathleen Marden
and Canadian UFO expert Stanton T. Friedman as they retrace the route Betty
and Barney took on that fateful night in September 1961. While Marden and
Friedman, co-authors of Captured: The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience,
were being interviewed in the woods a series of strange moving lights appeared
in the sky behind them.
Cameraman and documentary filmmaker Rob Spence (Eyeborg) successfully
captured the strange event on high definition video. But the nature of the
lights remains a mystery. Expert analysis of the video has ruled out
conventional aircraft or natural phenomena.
To the Gray brothers, it was the timing of the sighting that seemed most
amazing. Said co-director Adam Gray: "I have never seen anything that I would
have called a UFO before, and the first time I do, we are at an abduction site
filming our first UFO documentary, and we have Betty Hill's niece and the
world's most famous UFO expert in the frame watching it! We couldn't believe
it, but it happened. The next morning when Stanton showed up for filming, he
noticed that his watch had stopped - which is exactly what happened to the
Hills after their encounter."
"The White Mountain Abduction" is the fourth documentary on the
paranormal made by filmmakers Adam and Andrew Gray. Their company ParaDocs
Productions is the joint effort of the Gray brothers and award-winning
producers Paul Stephens and Eric Jordan (Beowulf & Grendel). The team takes an
adventurous approach to documentary, traveling the globe to investigate
mysteries and unexplained phenomena.
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For further information: Media Contact: Adam Gray, ParaDocs Productions,
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