During the past few years, select governments around the world have released to the public files related to unidentified flying objects and/or extraterrestrials. And a new television show is set to investigate these files.
The show, titled Unsealed: Alien Files, “investigates recently released documents regarding alien and UFO encounters, made accessible to the public in 2011 by the Freedom of Information Act.” The show’s website explains, “Each week, Unsealed: Alien Files tackles one compelling alien case by opening these previously off-limits secret files. Based on the newly discovered information the show re-examines key evidence and follows developing leads.”
A companion show, Unsealed: Conspiracy Files, will air immediately following Unsealed: Alien Files.
The shows will be syndicated nationally in the United States by Tribune Broadcasting, but it doesn’t appear to be on one single network, so you have to go to the show’s website (http://www.unsealedfiles.com/the-alien-files) to see if these shows are airing in your market, and, if so, on what channel. These series premiere this weekend, but because the air dates seem to vary based on market/channel as well, check your local listings.
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