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Unidentified Review: History Series Takes UFOs to a New Level of Credibility

History’s new UFO series Unidentified follows Tom DeLonge and Luis Elizondo as they tackle some major mysterious cases.

The first episode of Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation on History Channel uses a familiar format to deliver an unprecedented investigation. UFO reality shows have come and gone, but what makes Unidentified unique is the credibility of the show’s investigators and witnesses. From a former career intelligence officer, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, and multiple jet fighter pilots, it becomes clear that research into what the hell UFOs are is more legit than ever.

Read the full review here at Den of Geek: Unidentified Review: History Series Takes UFOs to a New Level of Credibility


Alejandro Rojas

Alejandro Rojas is a radio host for Open Minds Radio, editor and contributing writer for Open Minds magazine as well as OpenMinds.tv. For several years Alejandro was the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education. As a UFO/Paranormal researcher and journalist, Alejandro has spent many hours in the field investigating phenomena up close and personal. Alejandro has been interviewed by media organizations around the world, including the largest cable and network news agencies with several appearances on Coast to Coast AM.

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  1. ‘Unidentified’ better have some new footage. No cartoon (cat scratch post) reenactments.

  2. Dear Sirs:

    If these UFOs are of alien origin and have mastered interstellar travel they may be a million years more technologically advanced than we are, so we should be very open-minded about the possible consequences of that.

    The fact that these UFOs show no infrared heat signature that would be associated with combustion for propulsion and do not have a shape that can be associated with aerodynamic lift beg the question: could a sufficiently advanced society have the ability to locally manipulate a gravitational field to move an object? And would gravitational waves be generated by such a manipulation?

    We (humans) have recently mastered a technology to detect gravitational waves. The Laser Interferometric Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) made its first detection of gravitational waves in April 2019: the apparent merger of two neutron stars. Now that this tool is operational, it would be interesting to know if future UFO activity is associated with any detectable LIGO signals.

    The motion picture Independence Day makes (at least) two implausible assumptions. One is “bad news” and the other is “good news”. The bad news is that if they were hostile, the idea that we could defeat them is laughable. The good news is that their productive capacity regarding energy and any form of matter would be so advanced that the only thing of value that Earth could provide them is information. And they would seek to minimize their disturbance of the Earth system so as not to degrade the information.

    Don Klemencic

  3. I have been as close as 20 feet from a UFO. Documented on mufon. No one cared to interview me. Sad!!

  4. Why the hell are we looking in space for these UFOs where do you think all these ancient civilizations went people dont just vanish they were here way before us and now they moved under the sea they leave us alone until we try to destroy the world. people must be realy stupid not to see this.they where here before us and will be after us.they dont care if we take each other out as long as we dont destroy the earth .thats why they watch us They will take us all out first. SO SMARTEN UP PEOPLE!!!!! The world dosent belong to us.

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