Corbell presents his research as an investigative filmmaker into the subjects of nanotechnology, alleged alien implant removal surgery, exotic propulsion systems, Area 51, Bob Lazar, Skinwalker Ranch and the militaries elusive UFO problem. This is a unique opportunity to see a TWO HOUR long presentation by Corbell on all of these topics and more. Enjoy!Read More
Here is a little film piece on Corbell and his path towards documenting the ExtraOrdinary world of UFOs and Phenomenology.
Here is an article by Corbell published in a recent edition of the MUFON UFO JOURNAL.
Corbell gave a lecture at the 2016 CONTACT IN THE DESERT ufo conference. He presented his investigations, findings and filmwork on all things ExtraOrdinary.Read More
The first installment of Corbell's NANO MAN film series is having its Theatrical Release and West Coast Premiere at The Laemmle's Beverly Hills Music Hall Cinema this weekend.
Corbell is proud to be received by the Independent Filmmakers Showcase.
DESCRIPTION: Investigative Filmmaker, Jeremy Corbell, explores the claims of a government funded NanoPhysicist we call Nano Man. Nano Man believes he possesses a mysterious meta-material… not created here on Earth. Corbell travels to a military installation and uses NASA's Scanning Electron Microscope to analyze and interrogate the alleged Off-World (alien) nano-robotics best described as "UTILITY FOG" (a term from Science Fiction).
On this episode of "Drop In", artist, jiu-jitsu master, investigative filmmaker and philosopher Jeremy Corbell teaches us his keys to change. After finding success in multiple areas of life and career, Jeremy breaks down the importance of changing and evolving as a person as you find your success.
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Produced by: Quinn Mason
Shot and Edited by: Mike Le and Alex Choi
Exec Produced by: Kevin Writer
Here is a great little news report that RYOT NEWS / HUFFINGTON POST did on Corbell's documentary filmwork.
Here is a sneak-peek of the upcoming photojournalism book called PHENOMENA. This investigative book explores the modern American UFO myth, as seen through the eyes of believers and witnesses. Corbell is a featured subject within the project. Images and interviews were documented by the talented Peter Helles Ericksen, Tobias Selnaes Markussen and Sara Brincher Galbiati (of Denmark). The book casts a vast net on the subject of Ufology, and looks at some of the people influencing the field today. The project is visually stunning, and is an insightful contribution to the UFO world.
Read the CNN article about the book HERE.
Read the WIRED article about the book HERE.
You can pre-order a copy of the book HERE.
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Corbell was the Keynote Speaker at the 2016 APWA (American Public Works Association) Engineering Conference in Laughlin Nevada. Corbell presented his research as an investigative filmmaker into the subjects of nanotechnology, exotic propulsion systems, Area 51 and the militaries elusive UFO problem. Watch the presentation HERE.
In 1989 a young man, barely into his thirties, shared his incredible, possibly unbelievable, close-encounter story with the world. All because his wife thought he was having an affair.
That story, now the stuff of legends, would go on to be considered one of the most important and well-regarded UFO stories of all time. In essence, Bob Lazar is either the world’s most well-known UFO witnesses, or an incredibly convincing liar who has thousands of people, including one award-winning investigative journalist and one respected documentary filmmaker, convinced.
For the first time in 25 years, that once young man, is sharing his story again. This time, with the enthralled crowd waiting with baited breath at the 2015 UFO Congress in Flagstaff, Arizona.
“I’ve waited all my life to see Bob Lazar,” we overheard while waiting amongst the thousand or so people in the audience.
With one look around at the audience attending the Congress it was easy to see that I, and my videographer who is a 23-year-old female, are both in the majority and minority. The majority as nearly every single person there was white, the minority as nearly every single person there was at least twice our age.
But, that doesn’t really give you the whole picture of those who may or may not believe in what Lazar, and millions of others, are claiming to have experienced.
According to a 2012 National Geographic survey, nearly 80 percent of all Americans believe not only that there are signs that aliens have visited Earth, but also believe that the government is keeping it a secret from the public. Compare that to the only only 42 percent of Americans who believe God created man in his current form, and it’s easy to see why a UFO convention in Arizona may have more parishioners than the average church.
And the believers aren’t just people in corn fields in the midwest as movies would have you believe.
The list of believers includes astronauts, scientists, actors, musicians and several world leaders.
Lazar however, wishes he never shared his story at all.
Lazar’s story came out in the most curious of ways, befitting that of a close-encounter claim.
In 1989, investigative reporter George Knapp was told of a man named Lazar who had intimate knowledge of S-4, an extremely secret sub-base, just south of Area 51 in the Nevada desert.
Upon meeting Lazar, a young man with crooked teeth, gangly arms and giant Coke-bottle glasses, Knapp learned that Lazar was claiming to have worked with the government on reverse-engineering an alien space craft.
According to Lazar, he worked at S-4, a place that at the time didn’t officially exist.
During his time working there, Lazar allegedly worked on what he called “the sport model” of the UFO fleet. In all, Lazar says, there were nine crafts. He noted that when he first saw the craft he thought it was man-made. He thought that if the government was building and flying these crafts it would explain every UFO sighting in recent history, but soon, he said, he learned otherwise.
He told the audience at the Congress about how the UFO he worked on generated its own gravitational field, and how no large human could fit inside and operate it. It was so small inside that the team at S-4 lovingly referred to its would-be inhabitants as “the kids.”
He told of how the inside of the craft was completely smooth, with no corners at all, and how he felt an overwhelmingly ominous feeling while inside it, as if he shouldn’t be there at all.
When Lazar got up to draw on the whiteboard, the audience erupted in cheers and excitement. He drew an image of how the craft’s propulsion system actually worked.
Here’s how the craft was able to travel across the galaxy so quickly:
The craft didn’t propel itself forward, but rather used Element 115, an element that wasn’t officially discovered until 2003, to bend space and time in front of the craft, allowing the UFO to essentially fall towards its destination and warp time.
As he drew on the board, if you put a bowling ball on one side of a mattress and press down on the other side, the ball will roll towards you. That’s how, he said, they travelled so quickly.
At S-4 Lazar says he wasn’t allowed to talk to anyone, besides his direct partner. He didn’t hold normal hours, but would rather be called in at any time and needed to be ready in a moments notice.
It was the phone calls that that would ultimately led to his demise.
Lazar, for the first time, discussed how the secrecy of his job, and the late night phone calls led his wife to believe he was lying about his career.
As Lazar says, his wife got tired of his late nights at work. She accused Lazar of having an affair, but he ensured her he wasn’t. To help her pass the time, Lazar says he purchased her flying lessons.
But instead of taking those lessons, Lazar claims his wife started up her own affair with the instructor.
As part of Lazar’s contract with S-4, he says he had to agree to have his phones tapped. According to Lazar, those listening to the calls learned of his wife’s torrid affair and stopped calling him into work, hoping it would blow over. Lazar added that they could not tell him as he needed to have a stable mind to work at the site. He explained all of this, with a slight chuckle, as 25 years later he can now see how unfortunately funny this all was.
Lazar says he didn’t get a phone call for weeks.
He became frustrated, so he decided to tell a few trusted friends what he had been up to out there in the desert.
For three Wednesdays in a row, Lazar took his friends out to the area just outside of where he says S-4 is located and watched test flights of the UFOs he had been working on.
It was on the third Wednesday at 3 am that he says they were caught. It was from there he says, that all his educational and work records were destroyed, thus destroying any hopes of proving his story without having to out others he worked with. To make matters worse, the government officials he worked for not only erased his past, they then also informed him his wife was having an affair and informed him how they could easily just kill him.
His friends who went with him those three Wednesdays 25 years ago claim that they did in fact see UFO activity and maintain that they believe everything Lazar has ever told them to be true.
Lazar says he was privy to information about aliens visiting Earth for at least the last 10,000 years.
Lazar doesn’t care if you believe his story or not, in fact he wishes you wouldn’t, as he also wishes he never shared it in the first place.
That sentiment is also partly shared by those who told his story in the first place.
By 1989 George Knapp had already accomplished more than most journalists do in their entire career.
He is the recipient of over two dozen Emmys and two Edward R. Murrow awards for his work. But it is the story of Lazar and his UFOs that have followed him over the years.
As he says, he has covered mobsters, gangs, political corruption, salacious celebrity news, environment and more all thanks to being stationed in Las Vegas. But it is the UFO story of Bob Lazar that resonates today. It’s a story Knapp nearly said he regretted telling, but stepped himself back.
Knapp came to meet Lazar via a tip from a friend. Lazar was looking to come forward to protect himself after his old bosses informed him that they could indeed kill him if they wanted it.
It took months for Knapp to convince Lazar to show his face. It took even longer for Knapp to believe him. To this day, Knapp still protects some of the sources who confirmed to him Lazar’s fantastic story.
At the Congress, Knapp described what it’s like to be “the UFO guy, as if it’s tattooed on my butt,” among his journalism peers adding that he, “took it personally when people didn’t believe it” because as he said, “it is potentially the biggest story of mankind.”
Knapp described the story of Lazar to us, and the audience at the convention, as something difficult to report, because others in “our” industry do not want to believe.
As Knapp said, it can certainly be difficult to pin down a source, find the right fact, or thing to prove that you should believe a source with such an incredible, out of this world, story.
He said it was hard to watch others in the news business constantly make fun of sightings. Every time there is a sighting, or a source comes forward, odds are that broadcast news will play the theme song to “X-Files” before signing off with some sort of phone home message.
As Knapp described, it’s journalistic laziness. He spoke of how those journalists are casting off a story without ever following up with a source, doing the research, or making a call. Something they would never do, say, with a story about war, or scandal, so instead they make it one big joke in the industry and to their audience.
While attending the conference, he even quietly warned one of our dinner guests to think twice about sharing their UFO story, as it comes with a lot more than he’d expect.
But here, at the Congress, Knapp is nothing but respected. Especially by the other man following Lazar’s story, Knapp’s mentee, filmmaker Jeremy Corbell.
“If only one of the millions of sightings throughout history is true, then it’s true,” Corbell told RYOT in the car as we went to pick up Knapp from his hotel. “Truth is perceived in fragments, and only from different angles of vision.”
Jeremy Corbell is not someone you would ever stereotype as a UFO fan. He has a long thick beard, sideswept dark hair with a streak of white right down the middle. He has tattoos from fingertips to shoulder blade. He wears clothes you’d more likely find in Brooklyn than in the middle of the Arizona desert. He’s cool. Not that UFO believers aren’t, but it’s more than his look. Corbell is just really, really collected.
It’s that level focus that makes him such a formidable UFO filmmaker. No bullshit. He just wants the truth, and he finds it using the scientific method and only releasing his results when he believes he has empirical evidence to back it up.
He is someone who doesn’t take anything lightly. In fact, prior to taking the UFO world by storm, Corbell was an accomplished jujitsu sensei. He came to filmmaking by mere accident. After contracting valley fever and nearly dying, Corbell became an artist and was given a camera as a gift. “It’s the things in life that we least expect that end up influencing us the most, ” Corbell said.
There was no looking back from there. Everything he does is done with intense purpose. He is not someone to present information without really doing his homework and believing it himself.
Corbell got out of the car to greet his mentor at his hotel like a kid meeting his favorite sports star.
Knapp looked far more stern than the guy you see on TV. He was wearing a dark suit with dark sunglasses. You can make your own “Men in Black” joke here, but Knapp is as serious as a heart attack.
“He’s finally coming to grips with it. He’s still surprised people care,” Knapp said to Corbell, updating him on Lazar from the front seat of the car on the way back to the convention.
Upon arriving at the Congress, we had to walk in a side entrance at the convention hall, otherwise Knapp and Corbell would be mobbed on sight.
Both men, are not here to convince people of anything. In fact, they might be ufology’s anti-heroes.
Corbell went on stage first. The women behind us keep commenting on how cute he is.
Corbell talks about his life story and how he got to be on the stage today. He then showed a home movie of what looks like a UFO flying over Santa Monica, California.
In the video you can hear Corbell muttering, “holy shit,” which the audience loves. Corbell explains how his video later appeared on local TV, only to be refused by Bill Nye the Science Guy, who said the footage was probably created by some guy superimposing sea monkeys onto the screen.
The audience is eating it up. Corbell then goes on to explain how several other people took similar footage that night, and he dug deep and he found the truth. The truth, he said, was better than fiction.
The light swirling through the sky that night was none other than the Red Bull skydiving team doing practice jumps before an aerial show the next day.
The audience isn’t loving it as much anymore. Probably because they wanted to believe that Corbell was bringing them further verification that their own beliefs are right.
“At the end of the day, you gotta have a good BS meter for this, ” Corbell said about UFO culture in general.
And some have tried to take that BS meter to Lazar’s claims.
In fact, one of Lazar’s biggest detractors sat in the audience, mere rows away, listening to everything Lazar said, waiting for his turn on stage later to refute all of his claims during a panel with Corbell.
Stanton Friedman, a respected ufologist and nuclear physicist has spent years researching Lazar’s claims. For Friedman, it is Lazar’s lack of paperwork from the schools he claims to have attended (the ones Lazar says were destroyed once he outed S-4) and the places he claims to have worked, that are proof enough that he is lying.
During the panel discussion with Corbell and Friedman, the two furiously debated proof. For Friedman, it’s paperwork. For Corbell, it’s testimony and sources.
In fact, Corbell just this week revealed a new source who came forward for the first time in a quarter century, to validate some of Lazar’s claims that he worked at Los Alamos. Surely, this source will also be vetted by all sides.
Both Corbell and Knapp are continuing their journey of truth, hoping to find something that will perhaps convince even them that we are not alone in this vast and wondrous universe.
Like Corbell, Knapp remains a skeptic saying, “Ninety percent of it is crap, but that 10 percent, that kernel of truth, is there.”
But Corbell, as he says, no longer has “the luxury of disbelief.”
He, and perhaps Knapp, may be skeptical, but they are no longer skeptics. Through extensive and exhaustive research, the evidence to Corbell has become weighty, in favor of the unknown intelligence engaging with humanity. What Corbell is now seeking to do is “separate the wheat from the chaff,” and get closer to the truth.
In the end, Lazar went on stage, and was greeted with cheers as if Elvis had just reappeared on Earth. Once his interview was over he quickly left the stage, answering no audience questions, and swiftly left the building. Almost as if he was never there at all. But that didn’t matter to the audience. They just wanted to catch a glimpse of their hero who has fed their belief for the last two and a half decades. And that, was enough proof for them.
Written for RYOT NEWS / HUFF POST by Stacey Leasca @sleasca
It was a great honor this year at the 2016 International UFO Congress to participate in the film festival.
Corbell won BEST SHORT FILM for LAZAR / COSMIC WHISTLEBLOWER.
These films represent many years of work by Corbell. It was a great honor to be nominated on the 25th anniversary of the International UFO Congress, and an even bigger honor to win the competition.
Corbell was a keynote speaker at the 25th Anniversary of the INTERNATIONAL UFO CONGRESS. Corbell shared the stage with scientist Jacques Vallee, Congressman Merrill Cook, special effects guru Douglas Trumbull... and many more! Each presentation was discussing a different element of Ufology in the modern era.
Learn more HERE.
Finally, it's here... EPISODE ONE of IMMACULATE DECEPTION, The John Lear Story. I will be releasing this series, episode by episode.
Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
Creator, Extraordinary Beliefs
You can now watch EPISODE TWO of the NANO MAN series SPACEDRIVE. This series will be released, episode by episode. You can watch all available episodes HERE.
EPISODE TWO was officially selected to screen by both the IFS Film Festival in Los Angeles, and the IUFOC Film Festival in Arizona. Enjoy!
I’m excited to see all the interest in Nano Man and his research. Let me start by saying that as a documentary filmmaker, I often have the same questions as the viewers of my films. It’s my aim to document the research, journeys and claims of my film subjects with accuracy and integrity. Especially when the topics are extra-ordinary. I don’t always share the same beliefs as the people that I document, but I always feel the questions posed in my films are worthy investigations… or I simply wouldn’t waste my time.
Most of my work with Nano Man focuses on his Cold Fusion R&D, Carbon Nanotube Thread / Nano Water-Filtration projects... or his propulsion “SpaceDrive” endeavors. Regarding the "Utility Fog" case… this one fascinates me. I have looked at a variety of anomalous meta-material samples collected by Nano Man. It has been highly interesting getting the opinions of a variety of scientists on what the materials could be, both materially and functionally. It’s still a VERY open question. Nano Man has reasons for his belief that the materials are indeed nano-bots. He makes some compelling arguments due to the uniformity and composition of the nano-structures. I would say that at this time we are left with more questions than answers, but we have learned a lot over the past few years. It appears that the materials were fabricated (not from a natural process). We can tell that it is highly ordered, and fundamentally an alloy (titanium). All I have documented at this time personally, is the visual confirmation of the existence of the material (I was skeptical that I wasn’t just walking into NASA with a test-tube full of ethanol). But the substance did preserve all those years… so that was a relief. I would love to do some broad-spectrum elemental analysis and isotopic analysis on the materials as a phase II to the “Utility Fog” documentary. I would like to see if we can eliminate more possibilities, or even to learn something unexpected (similar to what I had done in my film PATIENT SEVENTEEN on the alleged Alien Implant Removal Surgery performed by the late Dr. Roger Leir. Those tests were mind-blowing and downright eerie.
It’s interesting to note that the same military contacts that recommended I document Nano Man's propulsion endeavors, guided me to look more deeply into the anomalous materials that he had obtained over the years. Being that Nano Man is a well established NanoPhysicist with expertise in cutting edge material-science… it was a great opportunity to interrogate the samples at a high level of sophistication. It was through Nano Man's scientific connections that I was admitted to NASA / AMES and allocated SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) time at Moffett Federal Airfield. Without Nano Man's resources, I would have never been able to attempt and replicate the visual imaging that he claimed to achieve 10 years prior. And what I don’t mention in the film, is that we actually looked at a variety of anomalous samples that day. We spent many hours going through materials to look at structure and composition. People should definitely watch the short film, as it is a good beginning to understand the fundamental questions that are being posed. You can rent the film series HERE.
In conclusion… watch my films, listen to the interviews. Otherwise you won’t have the right questions. Most of all, look at everything with an open mind and a discerning eye.
Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
Creator, Extraordinary Beliefs
I'm happy to finally release this video. Cold Fusion is an important topic. The issue has always been on how to stabilize the success rate, and how to upscale the process to be useful for commercialization. There have been many successes in Cold Fusion across the board over the years, but making the final leap towards viable commercialization is the high bar to reach for. I’m fascinated by Nano Man’s “proof of concept” experiment (and I'm very lucky to have caught the exact moment on film). As a human, I'm hopeful for his research and development in this arena because the implications are vast and astounding. A game changer. As a filmmaker, all I can do is document and shine a light on his successes and failures. From what I have learned, there is NEW hope for Cold Fusion due to the precision development of meta-materials and material-science in general over the past decade. There seems to be true hope for Cold Fusion. We will see.
Here is a first glimpse into a moment of great success in the research and development of stable COLD FUSION. This is the first time in human history that a lightbulb (diode) was illuminated using the COLD FUSION reaction. More to come on this event and research. For now, to learn more about NANO MAN, click HERE.
Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
Creator, Extraordinary Beliefs
Periodically Corbell joins George Knapp on the famous Coast to Coast AM radio show for an interview and update on his current film projects and investigations. Enjoy, and become a Coast Insider HERE.
CORBELL / COAST TO COAST / HOST GEORGE KNAPP / JAN 24, 2016
George Knapp presented filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, who is currently working on a project about a scientist he called "Nano Man." He was introduced to this person through a mutual contact in the U.S. Navy. In the first hour, Corbell described meeting in an atmosphere of paranoia, since "Nano Man"'s employers thought that Corbell was a government intelligence operative who wanted to steal ideas and technology. He advised that when dealing with people who work on sensitive projects, that "confidence has to be continuously earned" and that you must be able to keep secrets and release any information that is given to you in a timely fashion.
In the second hour, "Nano Man" was revealed to be physicist Chris H Cooper. For many years, Cooper has worked in the development of carbon nanotubes, which are composed of carbon molecules ten atoms thick, and that he twists into strings and cables that exhibit incredible strength. Another application which Cooper has patented is a water purification system that was funded by a grant from the Air Force's Wright-Patterson Base in order to provide clean water for military personnel. Cooper says that it has also been used in developing countries in Africa as "a high-tech product in a low-tech environment."
Cooper says that what we know of physics at this time is "like comparing a drop of water to the ocean." He recalled that during the 1980s, discoveries were made that had direct bearing on the development of cold fusion, which Cooper has been studying for many years. In 2014, he says his research team produced a thermal output from a brass sphere filled with palladium and deuterium, which was converted into electricity that lighted an LED output. This experiment was captured on film by Corbell. Corbell played an audio clip of the moment when this occurred, and said that Cooper's father (who has assisted in some of his projects) told him that the success of the experiment was "on par with the discovery of fire."
Cooper is also perfecting what he calls a "space drive." He described the principle of the quantum or zero-point field, which his drive uses as the medium to "push against" as aircraft use air or ships use water. He has demonstrated a working model to Corbell. The experiment was conducted in a private, underground laboratory and appeared to prove the concept, at least to the filmmaker's satisfaction. Using this drive, Cooper claims that spacecraft could reach Mars in two days and the nearest star in "a couple of months." Some of the materials for the drive were supplied by Bob Lazar, of area 51 fame.
Corbell also told the story of going to NASA's Ames Research Laboratory with a small vial of liquid that Cooper had given him with what looked like metallic dust mixed in. When placed under an electron microscope, the "dust" appeared to be countless microminiature devices composed of "gears," "graspers," and other apparently machined artifacts. They called this substance "utility fog," a term coined in the 1990s, which refers to the theory of large groups of nanobots designed to perform a task at a molecular level. Cooper suggested that the material in the vial was collected in the aftermath of a UFO incident, and speculated that it may be the method used to produce crop circles, and recalled his own experience of standing in a crop circle while it was being formed. Corbell has four films planned that will feature the discoveries of Chris Cooper.
For the past few years, Los Angeles-based filmmaker and artist Jeremy Corbell has been interviewing cosmic whistleblowers: people at high levels in US intelligence and scientific organizations who’ve encountered the extraterrestrial. His Extraordinary Beliefs series is a candid, weird, post-modern Twilight Zone: a guide to the everyday and otherworldly all around us.
In Nano Man, Corbell turns his lens on a nano-physicist who claims to have in his possession a mysterious alien nanotechnological compound that is thousands of years advanced technologically from what humans can fabricate today. Corbell brings the material to NASA analysts in California at Moffett Federal Airfield, who interrogate the sample under a scanning electron microscope. Is this physical evidence of extraterrestrial nanotechnology? Or evidence of broader government conspiracy?
You’ve fought in the MMA, built a career as a contemporary artist, and shot documentary films. What inspired you to jump into investigative journalism and UFO culture?
Investigative journalism and the UFO subject chose me, more that I chose it. As a filmmaker, my camera became my passport into the extraordinary lives of very private people. I quickly realized that people holding secrets to some of the most unusual and highly sensitive truths regarding the nature of our reality and humanity's position in the Universe, needed a trustworthy documentarian to act as a repository for their conscience. The unblinking eye of my camera became both a non-judging observer, and a digital confessional for those burdened by massive secrets. Secrets tend to eat away at your soul. It can be painful. Especially when what you know is paradigm transforming. My first interview was with a former CIA pilot. The floodgates simply opened from there.
The personal allure to the subject matter is due to the fact that "the phenomenon” (as I like to call UFO related experience), is one of the most intriguing mysteries of our time. With a cursory look into the history of the UFO experience, you will find that millions of trained observers since the beginning of recorded human history, have been experiencing contact with non-human intelligences globally. It sounds extraordinary, and that’s because it is. But being extraordinary does not make it any less true.
Jujitsu (MMA) was an outlet for my creativity from the age of 9, and then art, and now investigative filmmaking. I have been lucky to have had mentors in each field. In journalism, my mentor is George Knapp (two-time Peabody Award Winning Journalist with 24 Emmys). He continues to teach me the pitfalls, methods, ethics and tactics of powerful journalism. I’m grateful for his guidance in such a fascinating labyrinthine laden field of research.
When did you become convinced that the extraterrestrial was real? Was there a trigger point?
On the deepest level, I don’t know what we’re dealing with. The visitors could be “ExtraTerrestrials”, they could be “ExtraDimensionals” or even “ExtraTemporals”. What I DO know is that there are non-human intelligences engaging humanity, and even influencing the course of our history. I know that there is a VERY real and physical reality to “The Phenomenon". That there are hard physical craft, discs, flying saucers traversing our airspace with impunity at all times. The US Military (and most global powers) know, and have been aware of the UFO problem for quite some time. They take the matter seriously, and study it continually and currently. Our government, or a sub-group within our government, tried to reverse-engineer craft originating from off-world. If you think about it, any nation would kill to have propulsion technology with capabilities displayed by many of these craft of non-terrestrial origin. But don’t take my word for it, investigate it for yourself.
My trigger point… I have been fortunate enough to be in touch with sources of high military status, who have held positions that gave them access to some of the most exotic black-budget programs on the planet. I’ve been a trusted documentarian and confidant for them, and let’s just say that I no longer have the luxury of disbelief when it comes to UFOs.
They are here. Who THEY are, and what they want… those are the big questions. And for those, I have only theories.
There’s a lot of documentation around alien existence. And a lot of it is discredited. Why don’t most people know (or care) more about these issues? Do you think believers are marginalized / maligned? That there’s a coverup conspiracy in play?
About 95% of all sightings and reports can be sufficiently rationalized with prosaic explanations. But at least 5% of all UFO experiences simply can not. Even more so, within that 5%, the narrative derived indicates something very exotic. And remember, it only takes one sighting or encounter for “The Phenomenon" to be real. After millions of cases throughout history that fall in this 5% category, after the witness have been vetted, you can say that the evidence becomes weighty of a reality much more complex than at first glance. In-fact, I have found that the people who reject the notion of visitation are usually uninformed. More often than not, they simply have not looked at the available evidence. It’s sad actually… you can’t simply ignore evidence (radar reports, multiple witness encounters, landing cases, crash retrievals, cosmic whistleblowers and government insiders coming forward under oath to testify). As a reporter, this makes you negligent and a vehicle for ignorance. It’s simply unscientific to cherry-pick facts, or deny evidence such as what I have listed. We need to look at ALL the evidence, and not just mold information to fit our preconceived notions.
People might not know the details of the UFO issue, simply because they have not been exposed to the information. Usually it takes a personal experience before we begin to care about these bigger questions associated with visitation. It’s a lack of imagination really… and that’s a problem. It’s easier to label someone or some idea “crazy”, then to look at the reality of the situation. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a HUGE signal to noise problem when studying the UFO problem. And mostly it’s self-generated by what you call “believers”… but I think this it's unfortunate to label people as “believers” and “skeptics”... as so often is done. This polarizes and politicizes the issue, rather than uniting us all towards the common goal of truth and knowledge.
The UFO phenomenon is either REAL or FICTITIOUS. And once you actually look into it with a sober-minded and empirical approach, the answer is clear.
It’s imperative to alter the dialogue to mesh with our current understanding of the nature of reality. Mathematically speaking the Universe is teeming with intelligent and technologically advanced space-faring civilizations far beyond what humans have achieved on Earth. Within the last 10 years we have been able to identify that the Universe is homogenous with life-nurturing elements and environments, and have conclusively discovered hundreds of Earth-like ExoPlanets in habitable zones. We have also realized that the Universe is MUCH more populated with stars and planets than we ever imagined. So where does that leave us? It thrusts us towards an uncomfortable humility. It forces us to the realization that... We are NOT alone. This answers a question humans have grappled with since we began looking up into the skies and wondering what we were seeing. Or in my case, the moment I saw Spielberg’s ET in the theater in 1982.
Nano Man is the first film from your series exploring nano-technology, and the perspectives of cosmic whistleblowers. How did you gain access to your subjects?
I earn the trust of my subjects, repeatedly, consistently and over time. I have never revealed a source who wanted anonymity, and I have never betrayed the trust of a subject. I seek stories and follow leads, but now it’s a two-way street. People come to me. Access is always equated with confidence. The more confidence a source has in you to handle or contain their story or confession, the more access you will receive. Simple as that. Keeping secrets in this business is just as important as exposing them.
What’s been your approach to investigation; to building this series? What do you hope to accomplish?
As my mentor George Knapp has taught me, you need to vet every source. My approach is to separate the wheat from the chaff very early on. I only take on cases that I can verify some element of reliable factual truth. And then once I get my hooks into something, I don’t let go till I’ve uncovered a new truth. I take it all the way. I go in deep and immerse myself. Even if it takes years. My promise is that if I find out you’re lying, I will expose you. If can prove or document compelling evidence in support of your story, I will amplify your case to the public, and help you expose the truth.
It’s simply really. You need tenacity, dedication and an open mind... and the ability to detect bullshit. If you have all of those qualities and are willing to apply them, then nothing can stop you. It can’t be taught. You need to learn through experience.
I want the questions I ask in my films, the experiences I have on camera, to translate into getting you so disturbed that you become a participant... not just an observer. I want to agitate you to the point of self-discovery. Quite literally, I aim to weaponize your curiosity.
What can we expect to see next?
I will be launching a variety of films through my investigative series called Extraordinary Beliefs. I will be launching shorts and features, developed over the past six years. It’s time to take my finger from the dam and begin the flood of footage to be consumed by the public. You will see testimonials from credentialed Military whistleblowers, films on fringe subjects like alleged off-world (alien) implant removal surgeries, and a lot of pieces dealing with the “Godfather of Conspiracy” John Lear. My work is like a modern day Twilight Zone, except that every story is absolutely real. Myth, illusion, and scientific fact merge into one, and create a unique portrait of reality.
It’s important to understand that I’m not trying to convince anyone of anything. It doesn’t work to tell someone we’re being engaged by non-humans, and have been since the beginning of human history, or that the visitors may have modified our DNA and had a hand in orchestrating our culture, language, writing, and religious belief systems. You don't just say that to someone because it means nothing. But if I do my job right with my films, I intend to showcase serious, credible, and often decorated military individuals who have put every shred of their personal credibility on the line in order to tell the public that reality is extraordinarily different than what we’re being taught. I hope to allow people to be open enough to construct their own architecture of understanding, which could become a more permanent facet to their character.
Ultimately, I’m creating portraits of fearless pioneers. Undaunted explorers who investigate the unexplained, rather than explain the un-investigated. My films are a testament to the power of curiosity and, I hope, a blueprint of how to weaponize it.