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New documentary details the story of Bob Lazar

Posted on Wednesday, 5 December, 2018 | Comment icon 130 comments

The documentary will be available to stream later this month. Image Credit: YouTube / The Orchard Movies
The man who allegedly reverse-engineered UFOs is the subject of a new documentary about his time at Area 51.
Widely attributed with bringing the secretive test facility in to the limelight, the 59-year-old made headlines in 1989 when he revealed that he had worked with captured extraterrestrial technology during his time at 'S4' - a site situated near to Area 51 - between 1988 and 1989.

An alleged witness to captured alien 'saucers', Lazar claimed to have intimate knowledge of what powered them - Element 115 - a chemical element that wouldn't be synthesized until 2003.

He also maintained that he had seen government briefing documents describing alien involvement in humans affairs over thousands of years.

Now a new documentary from filmmaker Jeremy Corbell entitled 'Bob Lazar: Area 51 and Flying Saucers' aims to explore Lazar's life and the remarkable claims that have come to define it.

A trailer for the documentary, which will be available to stream on Dec 18th, can be viewed below.

Source: Motherboard | Comments (130)

Tags: Bob Lazar, Area 51

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #121 Posted by Hankenhunter on 8 December, 2018, 4:32
Look, the name of this site is Unexplained Mysteries, not Explained Mysteries. It's  a place where people can get together and discuss unknown mysteries. You don't want to discuss, only humiliate, denigrate, and dismiss. Your posting history bears this out. As such, you are banned to my sin bin. Try to play nice.
Comment icon #122 Posted by Dejarma on 8 December, 2018, 4:35
oh ok then.. cya
Comment icon #123 Posted by badeskov on 8 December, 2018, 4:49
I did indeed wonder at some point, but as a (former) scholar I guess I was born with that sadistic streak that you refer to....and in the end, if somebody actually listens, I am happy. Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #124 Posted by Dejarma on 8 December, 2018, 4:49
No not 'oh ok then'.... I'll go further: I've never spoken to you before until now which started with you jumping in & having a go at me.. I'll discuss unknown mysteries with you- but you didn't start off very well, did ya.. Think about. Now start again as intelligent adults & members of this great forum== are you interested in having an adult conversation with me regarding unknown mysteries? Yes or no?
Comment icon #125 Posted by badeskov on 8 December, 2018, 4:55
One thing I have a hard time understanding is the continuous "resurrection" of Lazar. I mean, his lack of knowledge of even basic physics/chemistry and the educational/workplace holes in his story are glaringly obvious.  Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #126 Posted by Truthseeker007 on 8 December, 2018, 11:06
Off topic but you asked. Government trolls use psychology-based influence techniques in social media. Thanks to Edward Snowden, we now have solid proof that paid government trolls are using “psychology-based influence techniques” on social media websites such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Documents leaked by Snowden also reveal that government agents have been conducting denial-of-service attacks, flooding social media websites with thinly veiled propaganda, and have been purposely... [More]
Comment icon #127 Posted by Truthseeker007 on 8 December, 2018, 11:19
How so? Why do you think he has lack of knowledge?
Comment icon #128 Posted by Truthseeker007 on 8 December, 2018, 11:27
That is only your opinion and many believe otherwise and especially the ones that have been abducted. Not to mention 19 pieces of Non-Human DNA are found In the human genome .
Comment icon #129 Posted by Essan on 8 December, 2018, 11:53
Yes, like most life on Earth, our DNA contains fragments of ancient virus
Comment icon #130 Posted by Scudbuster on 8 December, 2018, 22:32
Ah, such heavy scorn amongst the doubting faithful, for they and only they know the reality of the world today. It's folly to think these deep black programs exist, and no one in their right mind would ever be thinking there are attainable alternative higher forms of propulsion. Why, anything of the sort is technological blasphemy - expect no further massive leaps, for it has already been achieved, and all rumors and wild tall tales should be dismissed immediately and placed into the garbage can of utter nonsense. No need for any dreamers or those with nonsense for brains, for we have all that... [More]

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