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Re: Area 51 - The Alien Interview

From: Michel M. Deschamps <ufoman@ican.net>
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 01:07:22 -0500
Fwd Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 07:14:54 -0500
Subject: Re: Area 51 - The Alien Interview

>Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 10:50:04 -0500
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
>From: Steven Kaeser <steve@konsulting.com>
>Subject: Re: Area 51 - The Alien Interview

>I suspect that DirecTV refers to the satellite television
>company through which the original was recorded.

>Is your video of the entire 'Alien Interview' program (which was
>sold through the mail), or the program 'Strange Universe' which
>was referenced in the post that Errol mentioned?

>To my knowledge, the entire 'Alien Interview' was never shown on
>television, and the 'Strange Universe' show was designed to hype
>it and sell more copies.


The copy I have includes opinions and statements by Robert Dean,
Shawn Morton, Art Bell, David Adair (who claims to have worked
on a propulsion system), and Tom Coleman, President of Rocket
Pictures, who received the initial call from "Victor".

Steven Williams, who played a black "deep throat" on the
X-Files, narrates the presentation.  We see "Victor" in shadow
being interviewed by someone.  There are also black and white
re-enactments concerning EBE-1 and EBE-2.  As for the Alien
Interview, it is first run without any word from anyone.  Then
"Victor" explains what is unfolding during the playback. Also, a
review of the tape by Jim Dilettoso. There are also a couple of
Special Effects experts (Rick Baker included) who give their
opinions about the alien. This is what my copy consists of.  I'd
like to know the date of airing.  If unable to find, will mark
down closest date possible. In any event, thanks for the help.


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