NASA produced a documentary on Alien life with Orson Welles in 1075. It is a perfect combination of theories of Alien life in the universe, science fiction, and science facts. One of the documentaries you should DEFINITELY not miss.
The film discusses the conclusion drawn by a number of distinguished scientists that other intelligent civilizations exist in the universe.
In 1938, Americans were left terrified while listening to a mysterious radio broadcast. Orson Welles cleverly tricked nearly an entire nation with his dramatic radio broadcast of H.G. Wells Alien Invasion Novel called The War of the Worlds. Strangely and inappropriate for some, 40 years after creating mass panic among Americans, Welles would go on and narrate another extraterrestrial story, but this time for the NASA.
The short documentary called ‘Who’s out there?’ is a must watch for anyone with the slight interest about the possibility of alien life existing somewhere out there in the vast cosmos.
In 1975, Welles provided narration for the short documentary which resulted in the exploration of a range of theories and numerous beliefs on alien life. The documentary featured very interesting interviews with prominent scientists such as Carl Sagan.
The short documentary starts off with Welles reading from the War of the Worlds and continues on to interviews with listeners who were left shocked by the enigmatic radio program in 1938. In the mini-series, a second narrator explains, “All of the people you will be seeing in this program—scientists, radio listeners, Orson Welles—have one thing in common: Each has had reason to believe in the likely existence of non-earthly life in the universe.”
For anyone who hasn’t watched this epic documentary, we can only say that it is a surreal and fascinating foray into the possibility of Alien life, and has a perfect mixture of science fiction and science facts.
So, without further ado, we leave you the small documentary here below.
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