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Project UFO: The Desert Springs Incident

This is the eighth episode in the first season of Project UFO. There are 13 total episodes in season one and 13 more in season two. Yes, this painful drudgery got renewed. And friends, I just don’t know if I … Continue reading

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Project UFO: The Forest City Incident

Project UFO should have been a nerdy 10-year old’s dream: a UFO show every week on TV! Sadly, though, its geological pacing and reliance on UFOs that don’t do much of anything except be seen and subsequently investigated was no … Continue reading

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Project UFO: The Nevada Desert Incident

I have been giving this show a lot of grief, largely because of what it could be but isn’t. No matter what it is you’re looking for in a TV show, this one doesn’t deliver it. It lumbers around slowly … Continue reading

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Project UFO: The Medicine Bow Incident

This is a great episode of this not-particularly-good series. Oh, it’s not exciting or interesting or anything, but it has some pretty amusing moments in it. The two-and-a-half stories in this episode have one thing in common: DEATH RAYS! Before … Continue reading

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Project UFO: The Howard Crossing Incident

We get two major plots and one stupid one in this episode, and neither of the plots really follows up on its potential. We also get a few seconds of Libby teased to us, but then she’s gone. She’s about … Continue reading

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Project UFO: The Freemont Incident

Okay, I need you all to sit down and get settled in quickly, because we have a lot to cover today. This episode features FOUR DIFFERENT UFO sightings and we’re going to have to go quickly if we want to … Continue reading

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Project UFO: The Joshua Flats Incident

A while back I chanced across the first episode of Project UFO. At the time I said it was the only one I’d seen floating around. Not too long after that, the third episode showed up. I watched it but, … Continue reading

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“Ezekiel Saw The Wheel. This is the Wheel He Said He Saw.”

So goes the intro to Project UFO, a show from 1978 about Air Force officers investigating flying saucers, based sort of on Project Blue Book. (For added fun, imagine the lyrics to that theme song, as invented by a six-year-old … Continue reading

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