[dropcap]R[/dropcap]esearcher Robbie Graham recently announced his suspicion the Silver Screen Saucers‘, that the two films “would appear to bear the fingerprints of the Mormon Church‘, contained information about individuals involved with Sunn Classic Pictures, producer of ‘Hangar 18’, and their possible involvement with the intelligence community.
“Objectively,” Graham concluded in the paper, “there is currently insufficient evidence to prove conclusively that there was a high political or religious agenda behind Sunn Classic Pictures and films such as ‘Hangar 18’, but there are enough intriguing puzzle pieces currently on the table to warrant further CIA, the Movie Mogul, and ‘The Day the Earth Stood Still”, documented the involvement of potentially significant intelligence personnel in the making of the CIA and who served as script writer and production chief, Graham reported.
Some researchers are much less convinced, suggesting CIA and DoD tampering in UFO films does not in and of itself support the extraterrestrial hypothesis. Such tampering may be the results of any number of additional motives, they argue, likely changing and evolving over the now decades of CIA presence in Hollywood. Such motives might sometimes include deception operations in which it was deemed advantageous to manipulate an unsuspecting public into favoring a belief in extraterrestrial visitors.
“How we choose to interpret all of this information,” Graham wrote, “ultimately comes down to the individual’s world view.”
Jack Brewer - EXAMINER