[dropcap]E[/dropcap]ditor, the Tribune: The documentary film “I Know What I Saw” presents some of the most credible UFO witnesses in the world, including Air Force generals, astronauts, scientists, military and commercial pilots, and government officials from seven countries, including high-level experts from France who give a detailed presentation of the primary conclusions of the well-respected French “COMETA Report” that examined the most well-documented UFO reports in France and other parts of the world. One of the film‘s primary narrators is Republican former Arizona Gov. Fife Symington, who says the film “will change your reality.” The film‘s conclusions are:
UFOs are real, solid physical phenomena that are under intelligent control and are capable of speeds, maneuverability and luminosity vastly beyond known earthly technology.
UFO incursions and flight patterns can cause worldwide aviation hazards and pose serious military security concerns on a global basis.
The U.S. government has frequently issued false explanations of UFO sightings and contacts.
The hypothesis that UFOs are of extraterrestrial origin must be taken seriously into account.
The overwhelming abundance of UFO evidence calls for systematic, open investigation by the U.S. government and institutions of higher education throughout the country and the world.
This film is an excellent tool for dialogue between UFO believers, skeptics and debunkers.
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