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Unfold the truth with Brad Cartner as he steps behind the scenes of some of the most amazing UFO stories around. The team investigates why there are so many sightings in and around nuclear facilities, the differences with shapes of UFOs, a mysterious air raid in Los Angeles, Roswell and the fabled crash site. Also delve deeper into if UFOs are a threat to our aviation and how pilots react when they encounter UFOs in the air.

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True stories of fighter pilot encounters with unidentified flying objects in our skies.
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Sightings of UFOs by commercial airliners.
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A piece of debris found at the Roswell crash site may shed new light on what happened in 1947.
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Triangular-shaped UFOs seen in the 1980s and 90s.
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An unknown flying object is spotted by thousands in 1942.
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UFO sightings over nuclear facilities trigger high-alert responses.

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