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Lue Elizondo calls on a new technology to analyze a series of UFO videos all recorded in 2019--a year that featured a huge increase in UFO sightings. While previously focusing on U.S. Military eyewitnesses, the team broadens its focus to civilian accounts. Among the cases are a series of strange formations of craft reported by civilians in Colorado. Connections to UFO sightings by the U.S. Military are explored.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 27 votes.
In an international UFO hotspot, Lue Elizondo uncovers exclusive video of a glowing orb recorded recently by an airline pilot at 35,000 feet and investigates possible connections to secret technology related to the USSR, plus a shocking aerial battle between a jet fighter pilot and an UFO. Local people reveal an ancient connection, as high-ranking officials drop a Project Blue Book bombshell. The planetary threat of UFOS is explored.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 31 votes.
When Lue Elizondo was part of the Pentagon's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) he identified five observable characteristics of UFOs, dubbed the "five observables." But there is a so-called sixth observable Elizondo began to investigate--an invisible threat these craft may pose. On the trail of this phenomenon, he uncovers never-before-told accounts by U.S. Air Force personnel stationed at the USA's most sensitive sites.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 35 votes.
In 2017, Tom Delonge and Lue Elizondo helped engineer the release of 3 videos captured by U.S Navy fighter pilots of "Tic Tac UFOs." The strange objects had no wings and were capable of seemingly impossible maneuvers. These videos impelled the U.S. Navy to acknowledge these unidentified objects exist. Now, new eyewitnesses radically expand what's known about Tic Tacs and could provide clues to the mysterious craft's origin. Evidence of a possible U.S government coverup is examined.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 35 votes.
U.S. airline pilots are reporting near mid-air collisions with UFOs. Elizondo hears a never-told-before account from a major legacy airline pilot whose report of a glowing orange sphere while in the cockpit over Arizona is backed up by photo evidence. Elizondo speaks with another veteran commercial pilot, also former military, with a harrowing story of an unidentified object apparently tracking his jetliner. In both cases, the pilots feared a mid-air collision that would have killed hundreds.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 38 votes.
Everything we know about UFOS has changed. Now, the all-star team that got the U.S Navy to admit UFOs are real launches a new season of investigations aided by a fresh wave of exclusive, military eyewitnesses. These veterans testify to an extraordinary series of encounters between U.S. Military and UFOs dating to the Vietnam War. The team attempts to connect the dots. Are these the same unidentified craft shown in declassified U.S. Navy videos and have they been shadowing American forces for decades?
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 43 votes.
The team investigates an alarming pattern of UFOS allegedly appearing near US. Air Force bases that house nuclear weapons, and nuclear-powered US warships. A new eyewitness account suggests these craft have an incredible ability. Connections to a historic sighting where a UFO allegedly interfered with a U.S. nuclear weapon are explored. Elizondo briefs former U.S. Senator Harry Reid who offers a stunning theory about UFOS.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 45 votes.
Former intelligence officer Chris Mellon spearheads an investigation into one of the UFO phenomenon's great mysteries. Giant triangles allegedly capable of incredible acceleration and speeds have been seen all over the world, and even near major American cities. The lingering mystery: What are these objects, and what is their purpose. A new eyewitness may provide the answer: Are triangles mapping the surface of the earth, and for what purpose. Mellon and the team come to a headline-making conclusion.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 47 votes.
A former U.S. Navy radar operator emerges from the shadows to reveal the terrifying day it rained UFOs. For the first time, U.S. Navy personnel unveil new details of the stunning encounter, including a shocking capability that could explain why UFOs are sighted over oceans. Evidence of a U.S. military coverup emerges, as the team gets a major lead guiding them to an island with a long, clandestine history of UFO activity. Connections between UFOs and secret U.S aircraft must be explored.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 111 votes.
Former U.S. government insiders brought together by rock star Tom DeLonge team up to reveal what the government knows about UFOs. This groundbreaking effort is led by Luis “Lue” Elizondo, who ran the U.S. government’s $22 million secret UFO program. Elizondo reveals new details about his Pentagon investigation including five extraordinary capabilities the bizarre craft may share and chases fresh leads. U.S. Navy fight pilots tell him new details about the “tic-tac”-shaped UFO that was caught on film in 2004. Is this incident an indication of a larger threat to U.S. national security?
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 132 votes.
The list of military eyewitnesses describing strange and threatening unidentified craft in U.S airspace is growing. And now, a U.S. Navy radar operator has provided something more: Actual coordinates where UFOS appeared and disappeared. Lue Elizondo and a new partner follow the trail, and find that these unidentified craft are still seen. New eyewitnesses provide chilling details, and a correlation to U.S military sightings. As the reports mount, Lue closes in on a location where visitors are not allowed: Ground zero for the sightings.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 97 votes.
An encounter in the American heartland indicates a disturbing twist to the UFO phenomenon. The team follows a trail of explosive evidence connecting UFOs to the most destructive weapons in human history. A former U.S Air Force Colonel discloses an encounter on Christmas Eve 1980 at a base hiding a secret stockpile of nuclear weapons, while where another former Air Force officer describes a UFO-related injury. Was the U.S. military planting UFO misinformation to distract attention from top secret test, or are they hiding an even more ominous threat?
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 81 votes.
Evidence continues to mount and patterns emerge, as a group of former U.S. government insiders seek the truth behind UFOs. A shocking new encounter pulls them to another part of the U.S.A. where two more military eyewitnesses risk their career to recount what they saw, describing a mass sighting of UFOs within striking distance of one of the most important cities in the U.S. video, authenticated for the first time, shows bizarre, unidentified craft with incredible abilities, but what the team learns next is chilling: The objects may follow ships and people.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 93 votes.
The investigation has uncovered shocking video evidence, patterns, secret coordinates, and jarring eyewitness testimony about UFOs. The biggest question now is what are they, and are they dangerous? Following a lead, the team goes to an allied European country to probe a case where an UFO allegedly shot down a helicopter. While there, high-ranking military officials drop a bombshell. Former Senator Harry Reid goes on the record, as Elizondo and former Lockheed Martin engineer Steve Justice address the biggest question of all. Will we finally get the truth about UFOs?
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Unidentified: Inside America's UFO Investigation from 73 votes.
Last updated: feb 04, 2021
Everyone needs to see this show
Only watched episode 1 so far so my opinion on the series may change but so far I find this to be the most compelling show on UFO's I've seen thus far, it's not your average "Ancient Aliens" type show full of speculation and theories, it has real footage with real military/government officials talking about real incidences that have happened. Not sure why the 1st episode gets a rating of around 80% but the series is below 60 (and we're only 1 episode in), maybe it's the U.S. government or an alien conspiracy?? LOL Spoiler (sort of) - My only complaint would have been why even bother trying to disguise the female pilot if you are going to say where she was on a certain date during a specific incident and who her commanding officer was... it's certainly not to disguise her from the AF from finding out since I am willing to bet everything I own there was only 1 female pilot that day at that site and with the same commander lol (maybe I missed them say they were trying to disguise her from the general public and why? kind of seems odd though that no one else seemed to have an issue only her.)
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