Has anyone heard about this case? When neighbors who live nearby phoned the authorities because of the gunshots, they never able to located the McPherson family after they inspected the premises.
Here is what Wikipedia say about it:The McPherson UFO Abduction case is a strongly debated case of UFO Abduction. Many believe it is hoaxed, but the video is Genuine for several reasons.
@ 1. 16 & 2.43 - the aliens in the Mcpherson film are very similar to the alleged ROSWELL alien shown in the film, as well as the alien corpse shown @ 1.12. Look closely at the arms, chest, hands and head. The arms are long and very unproportional to be a human. The both have big heads, long arms, Big hands, black suites!! The eye sockets seem to fit good too, thou the ROSWELL alien was probably filmed in a darkened room.
The ROSWELL Alien Compared to the corpse alien @ 1.12 have chest proportions and curvatures that are very similar, in fact theyre nearly identical.. Also compare the eyes and notices theres no ears. These aliens are known as Grey Aliens and stand only a few feet tall.
@ 1.58 & 4.45 you will notice that the Grey Alien also has no ears!!
ALL these Aliens are very similar because they are all the same or nearly the same kind of ALIENS know as the greys. Proving that The MCPHERSON footage is real! Not a fake. 100% Genuine!!
A simple investigation into a power blackout leads the McPherson family to witness and capture footage of actual Aliens. When the creatures pursue the McPherson's back to their home, all hell breaks loose. Alien Abduction Incident in Lake County Part Scene Ending Full Movie.
UFO Abduction (informally called The McPherson Tape) is a 1989 found footage / thriller film, which was written, directed, filmed, and produced by Dean Alioto, through IndieSyndicate Productions. The tape was rendered fake in July 2012 by the United States Film Board (USFB). Dean Alioto produced the no budget film using $6,500.00. The film had a limited release through Axiom Films. The film is a mockumentary similar in presentation to 1999's The Blair Witch Project, which presents the final recordings and last known whereabouts of a Connecticut family named the Van Heeses just before they are abducted by extraterrestrials. Created to appear as a genuine 1983 home video recording, the film is widely believed (erroneously) to depict a real alien abduction of a Connecticut family named "the McPhersons" as they celebrate their relative's 5th birthday. The film is widely debated, despite evidence that the film is a work of fiction.
Dean Alioto and Paul Chitlik remade UFO Abduction in 1998, with a larger budget and professional actors, into Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County. Dean Alioto has since discussed his two films.