Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs

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2001 was a real space odyssey for me. Instead of flying on a spaceship to the moon, Jupiter, or beyond the solar system, I met Dan Aykroyd for the first time to talk about UFOs. That’s when I knew I had to sit him down in front of the camera, just let him talk about the truth and make a documentary film out of it. Because if I didn’t no one would believe we had this amazing conversation. In this long conversation with Dan Aykroyd about UFOs, I thought it was like Einstein was hiding inside of a comic genius, just so that if he told us the real truth he wouldn’t have to believe it. If Einstein had told us UFOs were real, would we have believed *him*? He never spoke about it. But Dan Aykroyd speaks about UFOs as if he were a full professor on the subject. Hollywood star Dan Aykroyd, who is a believer in the existence and government cover-up of alien life-forms, hosts this look into the phenomenon of UFO sightings.

Akroyd shares his personal experiences in this field and also discusses recent findings with author and UFOlogist David Sereda. <em>DAN AYKROYD UNPLUGGED ON UFOS</em> features UFO footage as well as testimonial material from Astronaut Gordon Cooper and others, including former president Ronald Reagan.

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  • any one who thinks that there is no intelligence beings out there is a fool.  Then again most people believe that the earth and the universe was created and that its only 5000 years old...

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  • Fjakum 5 years ago

    An interesting film and I enjoyed watching it.
    Most people who are interested in this subject tend to consider it in a vacuum so to speak, independent of everything else that is going on in our world. 
    With the perceived need by people in power to control others as technology and the population grows, and the existence of secrecy and "black budgets" it is possible to see the phenomena in other ways.
    Often times people will refer to the vastness of physical existence to support the theory that there must be intelligent life elsewhere. This assumes that the purpose of space is to contain intelligence.  I agree with this but it may be that all of the space that exists is necessary for just one intelligent race. It may be there for us to study until we find a common denominator that links all of it which may send us from that point onward in a very surprising direction.  I believe, in the course of our evolutionary nature, this will all come to pass.  Exactly how, is documented in the book, "The Third Measure of Meal".

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