Review- UFO Hunters

This aired on the History Channel and is one of the most boring shows Ive ever seen. they revisit old sightings and then make speculations as to why the story should be believed without offering counter points. most of the time is wasted on retelling the story multiple times and reality style “hunts” for evidence that everyone must have overlooked. for more on this particular story- uforesearchnetwork.proboards.com blog.seattlepi.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. its just really sad that channels with names like “history” and “discovery” have resorted to this kind of programming for the least intelligent of us, all so that you’ll see some ads from sponsors. 🙁 I was an adolescent in the 70s when shows like this were ALSO on the air. Then I realized its all about the ‘ominous’ music in the background that sells it. But this one, the publisher of this magazine who stands to gain from this! Its the same formula for other shows.

  2. Reminds me of those two old geezers in UK who started the crop circle craze with their hoax. Even after coming out and admitting to creating them back in the 80’s people still buy into “crop circles”. Amazing! :/

  3. Let me get this straight. *If* the slag happened to be very powerfully magnetic and *if* they stored it right inside an electrical cabinet *right up* against some important relay it *might* have caused an electrical problem.

    I love how impressed they all seem to be with this idea, as if magnets are magic (fucking magnets, how do they work?).

  4. Let me get this straight. *If* the slag happened to be very powerfully magnetic and *if* they stored it right inside an electrical cabinet *right up* against some important relay it *might* have caused an electrical problem.

    I love how impressed they all seem to be with this idea, as if it’s magnets are magic (fucking magnets, how do they work?).

  5. 2:30 he claims 10% of UFO reports are absolutely real. WTF? I suppose he didn’t actually say they were alien spaceships, and perhaps he meant they were simply unidentified but I think he was suggesting they were aliens. Twat!

  6. @Cyrathil Also, I know it may be a low shot, but I find the fact that this guy has an Alienware PC funny. Does he believe that the PC is actually alien technology?

  7. “Is there a logical explanation, or is there a connection between this case and the Roswell incident?”

    I hate how these shows always tend to word everything like this. It’s not a binary situation. There’s a shitload of possibilities. There’s the possibility that there is a logical explanation which we can find readily, and there’s the possibility that there isn’t one readily found. But if one isn’t found, it doesn’t mean UFOs are alien space-craft.

  8. hehe, there were some UFO ‘sightings’ near to where I live the other year. Turns out after some wedding, they released a load of Chinese flying lanterns.
    It strikes me as these guys are like a placebo because all they really do is use the power of suggestion to imply what they say is factual.

  9. Inclusion of the Deathstar in any review of anything UFO related, automatically garners a thumbs-up. Thanks for sitting through this filth and giving us a good review so I don’t feel so guilty afterward.

  10. You’re made of strong stuff, V6-I was only able to sit through short bursts of that inane program. You got my attention when you referenced the Morristown hoax-I remember the story and the videos on my MSN homepage after it happened. I respected the fellows that initiated then, as I do now. But after this, bigfoot and the ghost groupies, I hold you in much higher esteem!

  11. @V00D00SIXXX:I’m a New Yorker and remember this story.I love the way these clowns just couldn’t admit they got played.The smart thing to do would have been to give props to the hoaxters and move the hell on.But they just couldn’t do it.You know what?They might be dickheads. 🙂

  12. How many rimes has the UFO magazine had “Is this it?” as its cover title? And how many times was the answer, “no, it isn’t”?

  13. yes finnally! I hate these kind of shows, I mean, IF they actually find some consicive evidence they are not going to wait 2-6 months for the next episode to show it to the world, they would go towards the news and spread it around the globe and wouldnt even bother with the show. So either way they are a waste of time.

  14. 12:25

    Uhhh…that’s not a B-25. I love it when these documentaries use random stock footage which does not in any way match the vehicles they’re describing.

  15. @V00D00SIXXX You sir are a trooper for ever attempting to sit through that. Even the clips you had were pretty darn dull. I don’t want to image what the really dull parts of that show were like, it might be some form of torture.

  16. @tendollarword As awesome as the idea is, I think actually doing SETI work would look pretty dull. All that data just scrolling by? Well, right up until you get the interesting spikes. But before anything odd happens, it’d be very monotonous. I wonder if the show was canceled because the review board were all lulled into a permanent nap-time.

  17. Uhg, the UFO stuff really gets on my nerves because I live in McMinnville Oregon, one of the most famous UFO pictures was taken here and we host the 2nd largest UFO festival in the country >.<

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