From Roswell to Martians: Our UFO Playlist
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10 Ways to be Abducted by an Alien: Alien Prophet
On The Science Channel's "10 Ways to be Abducted by an Alien," meet a man who believes he was specially selected to communicate with an alien race called the Plejarans.
10 Ways to be Abducted by an Alien: Underground Tunnels
On The Science Channel's "10 Ways to be Abducted by an Alien," meet a man who contends that UFOs are not from outer space, but are instead, underground Nazi products from the hollow Earth.
Best Evidence: Project Mogul
According to skeptics, the crash at Roswell was actually a radar tracking device called Project Mogul. Learn more on Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence."
Best Evidence: Roswell Alien Bodies
On Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence," learn about the rumors that alien bodies were also found among the debris at Roswell.
Best Evidence: Roswell Alien Film
In 1995, a film showing an alien autopsy from the Roswell incident emerged, but it turned out to be a hoax. In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence", believers and skeptics discuss the relevance and reality of the incident.
Best Evidence: Roswell Cover Up
On Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence," hear from experts who believe that there is strong evidence to prove that the Roswell incident was a cover up by the military.
Best Evidence: Roswell Crash Experiment
Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence," conducts an experiment to see if the debris found in Roswell was, in fact, from a spy balloon from Project Mogul.
Best Evidence: Roswell Debris Evidence
On Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence," learn about an incident in Roswell, New Mexico where mysterious debris was found. The military declared the debris was from a weather balloon, while some experts and locals offer a different theory.
Best Evidence: Roswell Evidence Switch
In 1947, rancher Matt Brazel claimed to have found wreckage of a flying saucer. But as the evidence was collected by the government, it seems to have been switched with the pieces of a weather balloon. Learn more from Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence."
Best Evidence: Roswell Flying Saucer Story
On Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence," learn about the public hysteria and the boost in interest around flying saucers and UFOs after the Roswell incident in 1947.
Best Evidence: Roswell Hoax Evidence
On Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence," investigators argue the possibility that the debris found in Roswell was part of a hoax.
Best Evidence: Roswell Majestic 12 Document
On Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence," experts raise doubt as to the authenticity of President Truman's Majestic 12 document.
Best Evidence: Roswell Project Mogul
Years after the Roswell incident, a military investigation concluded that the debris found was from a spy balloon that was part of Project Mogul. Learn more on Discovery Channel's "Best Evidence."
Best Evidence: The Roswell Incident
Roswell, New Mexico is known for the alleged 1947 crashing of a flying saucer. The Roswell incident was then retracted by the officials who announced it. In this clip from "Best Evidence" on Discovery Channel a rancher describes what he saw that day.
Science of the Impossible: Alien Abductions
Over 80,000 people in the United States claim they have been abducted by aliens. However, scientists declare there is no evidence to back these claims. Learn more about alien abductions on Discovery Channel's "Science of the Impossible."
Science of the Impossible: Alien Mailbox
On Discovery Channel's "Science of the Impossible," take a visit to Rachel, Nevada where many of the locals have claimed to have seen UFOs. The residents are so convinced about what they've seen that they've set up an alien mailbox.
Science of the Impossible: No Sign of Aliens
For years, scientists have tried to make contact with alien life forms using radio signals, but to no avail. While some scientists maintain hope, many are now skeptical. Watch the discussion on Discovery Channel's "Science of the Impossible."
Space: DNews Top Video Picks, Episode 1
UFOs! Robonauts! Personal travel pods! See them here in our weekly Discovery News video review.
Space: UFOs Over London Explained
New videos appear to show UFOs hovering over London. But our resident skeptic Ben Radford shares five reasons why he thinks it's probably a hoax. Martin Berman reports.
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