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New Tom DeLonge UFO docu-series announced

March 14, 2019 | Comment icon 42 comments



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The new series will explore the subject of UFOs and the potential threat that they might pose to national security.
DeLonge is certainly no stranger to the phenomenon having previously founded the To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences - an organization devoted to the study of UFOs and alien life.

The new documentary, which will air on History in May, is entitled Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation and will feature both DeLonge and Luis Elizondo - the former military intelligence officer who headed up the Pentagon's secretive Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) which ran from 2007 to 2012 and received $22 million in funding.

"Former government officials disclose new information in an effort to change government policy about the potential threats UFOs pose to US national security," the synopsis reads.
DeLonge himself has expressed his enthusiasm for the new series:

"With this show, the real conversation can finally begin," he said. "I'm thankful to History for giving the To The Stars Academy team of world-class scientists, engineers and intelligence experts the opportunity to tell the story in a comprehensive and compelling way."

A short teaser clip for the show can be viewed below.



Source: Loudwire | Comments (42)



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Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #33 Posted by Alien Origins 3 years ago
Yeah maybe Ancient Aliens will have a sequel Ancient UFOs.....
Comment icon #34 Posted by stereologist 3 years ago
DeLonge has not done anything anyone should call research. He seems more of an organizer of a for profit venture. You mention he met government officials. I meet them every day. So what?  You say there are millions of people who say they have seen this phenomenon. How do you know that they "all saw the same phenomenon." That is something to be determined. It might be wishful thinking on your part. Maybe people saw all sorts of different phenomena. Wouldn't that be the more likely case?  Now here is where the mistakes really pile up. Crop circles are all man made landscape art. Why mention them... [More]
Comment icon #35 Posted by Piney 3 years ago
He'll sell you a book, magazine, hat,tee shirt, hoodie and even track pants with a cute UFO on it. I've been trying to locate the credentials on his boy Miller from Lockheed Martin. Can't seem to find any. Not even on NCIC-HS. 
Comment icon #36 Posted by Piney 3 years ago
Steve Justice doesn't seem to have had anything to do with Lockheed Martin either......
Comment icon #37 Posted by Alien Origins 3 years ago
Is that not all anyone in the field of Ufology is out for? Money! It's the exact some scenario in cryptozoology.
Comment icon #38 Posted by Piney 3 years ago
As with fake gurus, plastic shaman and alternative medicine.  You know. Natives and Hindus do not accept converts. Nor believe in "selling spirituality". So if a Guru, or Shaman  wrote a book or held a workshop. They are bogus.   
Comment icon #39 Posted by Nnicolette 3 years ago
I said facts and you said claims... Not at all the same thing. Also, of course some claims are too ridiculous to investigate, but that doesnt warrant clamining its a fact that all evidence and claims are baseless simply due to opinion of the matter. Its psuedoscientific and these type of biases stand in the way and often cover actual discovery.
Comment icon #40 Posted by Timothy 3 years ago
It is a fact that there is no proof of ET visiting Earth. That’s the point.  The ‘Some claims are too ridiculous to investigate’ comment was just highlighting that it is perfectly reasonable to deny some claims which are obviously not worth investigating, clearly false etc. Edit: And just to clarify; when I say it’s a fact there’s no proof, I mean that nothing ever provided as ‘proof’ in the history of our existence has been able to stand up to scrutiny. If proof exists, it’s not public. Although I still sincerely believe that proof of ET visiting Earth doesn’t exist.  That doesn’t mean that I... [More]
Comment icon #41 Posted by Rlyeh 3 years ago
Comparable to your "research", which is none.
Comment icon #42 Posted by the13bats 3 years ago
Hey budding if you like that fellow you would love chris obrien


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