Christo Roppolo claims to have been videotaping and communicating with UFOs around Monterey, CA for several years. He contacted filmmaker, Justin Gaar, in 2013 to begin creating a film about his sightings. Skeptical of the footage but intrigued by Christo's eccentricities and wild stories, Justin begins spending time with Christo hunting UFOs along California's beautiful central coast. When a crop circle appears in Monterey County and becomes international news, Christo is validated in his belief of alien contact and Justin, shocked, begins investigating the source of the crop circle and how Christo knows beyond a doubt that he's being contacted by his "brother's from space."
Investigates the mysteries behind declassified top secret government files with stunning details about the world's most credible UFO sightings and alien encounters. The series pieces together the data on these incidents, and tries to answer the question: what really happened?
A team of trained investigators sets out to uncover the truth about UFOs. But they're not just looking for more stories on extraterrestrial activity—they want answers. Risking it all, this team of scientists and UFO researchers investigate and dissect some of the most mysterious sightings on the planet to unearth stunning new evidence. The data they collect on these adventures paints an entirely new picture of what we know about these strange lights in the sky.
UFOs: Seeing Is Believing is a two-hour American television special documentary film that aired on ABC on February 24, 2005. The program is narrated by Peter Jennings and features UFOs. It was produced by PJ Productions and Springs Media for ABC News. The documentary mentions: ⁕UFO sightings: features CSICOP scientific consultant James McGaha, Seth Shostak and Jill Tarter of the SETI Institute, J. Allen Hynek ⁕the alleged Roswell UFO incident: features clips from Unsolved Mysteries and X-Files; Stanton Friedman ⁕alien abductions: features clip from Taken; hypnotist Hopkins, psychologist Susan Clancy ⁕space travel: features clips from Star Wars Episode 2 and Star Trek; Michio Kaku The documentary has since aired on the National Geographic Channel.