The world's about to change. UFOs exist.
Pilots report, senators take briefings, the Pentagon releases videos, and the networks ask Trump about UFOs.
Who are they? What do they want? Are we safe?
Our governments have been studying unidentified aerial phenomena for over seven decades. What have they learned?
Disclosure means official acknowledgement of UFO reality, transparent review and release of evidence, and independent investigations that can subpoena witnesses and grant immunity.
"If the masses started to accept UFOs, it would profoundly affect their attitudes toward life, politics, everything. It would threaten the status quo. Whenever people come to realize that there are larger considerations than their own petty little lives, they are ripe to make change on a personal level, which would eventually lead to a political revolution in society as a whole."
Musician - Activist - UFO Witness
Disclosure requires official confirmation of UFO reality, transparent release of evidence, a rigorous declassification procedure, and independent investigations and open hearings with the power to subpoena witnesses and grant immunity.
I produced my first UFO film in 1993. Official Denial — for Syfy — was about the big picture explanation that they were time travelers from the future. Us.
A few years later, my NBC series, Dark Skies, put Majestic-12 and an alien invasion smack in the middle of the 1960s. As we said then in the main titles, "They're here, they're hostile and powerful people don't want you to know."
A decade later, I co-wrote A.D. After Disclosure with Richard Dolan so that we could blow past the conversation about UFOs being real or not, and just get to imagining the new world to come.
Over the years, I've had the privilege to talk about UFOs with Stan Lee, Carl Sagan, Buzz Aldrin, Steven Spielberg and Dan Aykroyd. And I've had extended conversations with Stan Friedman, George Knapp, Art Bell, Don Schmitt, Whitley Strieber, Travis Walton, Bill Birnes, Kathy Marden, and so many others who have made important contributions.
UFOs are likely to spill into the 2020 election debates. The 2020s are going to get wild.
Who wouldn't want to write about that?
A.D. AFTER DISCLOSURE
This speculative non-fiction book focused solely on the changes society will face when the reality of this Phenomenon is globally accepted and acknowledged by official sources. Rich Dolan and I wrote this book because we both felt that Disclosure deserved an entire book and some new thinking. It seems to be more relevant today than the day we wrote it.
This NBC series allowed me to produce 20 hours of dramatic TV content on the UFO issue, and stands as my singular achievement in this creative space. Set in the 1960s, it tells the story of idealistic John Loengard who comes to D.C. to be part of JFK's "New Frontier," only to find himself recruited into Majestic-12 and made a part of the continuing cover-up of an alien threat.
Official Denial aired on the (then) Sci-Fi Network in 1993, the first original film the channel had ever produced. It's about an abductee who is targeted by the government as a "trip-wire" in order to shoot down a UFO during his next abduction. As it turns out, the question isn't where these aliens are from but... well, I don't want to spoil it, do I?
After creator Sam Raimi had to move on, Fox hired me to write and produce the M.A.N.T.I.S. television series, the first in history to feature an African-American lead. We did a rather bold episode, "Through the Dark Circle," starring sinister mind-controlling Men In Black from another dimension. It was written by Coleman Luck who brought the MIB back in a later episode.
LOIS & CLARK
I was brought on the show as Supervising Producer for the very first season, writing four episodes, including two that introduced UFO elements into the storyline — "Strange Visitor" and "The Green, Green Glow of Home." Clark, being an alien, was being pursued by the secret cabal known as Bureau 39 (i.e. Majestic 12) and its relentless alien hunter Jason Trask.
After I'd wrapped up on The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, I worked in the writers room breaking the story and, in a couple of spectacularly interesting video conferences, pitching our work to Steven Spielberg. The show went into hiatus, and the original room was scattered to the cosmic winds. Except that they hired my Dark Skies lead actor, director and line producer for their first episode!
The Twenties Will Feel Like the Sixties Did to Another Generation
Most people just want to hear the facts. It doesn't matter if they're good, bad or in-between. The powers-that-be have had 70 plus years to research it. Now they need to show their work, and we'll check it for them.
There's big-time interest in the presidential election. UFOs have made a solid move out of the fringe into the mainstream. Activists think that 2020 represents a perfect opportunity to bring the two together. Everything is political. Even UFOs.
Everything is political. Including UFOs.
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