Alien Abduction: Incident at Lake County

September 9th, 2008

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Okay, now almost all of us have seen the movie/documentary, The Blair Witch Project. We all had that moment while watching it when we thought to ourselves “Is this real footage or a movie.” I’m guessing once we found out that it was just a movie that took its story from a local legend, we were all relieved and were finally able to sleep with the lights off without thinking about stones and stick-figures.

Around the same time, another documentary/movie came out entitled Alien Abduction: Incident at Lake County. This movie was advertised as actual footage. The viewer is easily fooled by this, since it is filmed with a video camera and there doesn’t seem to be anything too unbelievable.

People who saw the film thought it was actual footage even though at the end there was credits of who created the film. You decide for yourself if this is a real-time documentary or a man-made film. Supposedly, it is based off of a true story and the people in the film are still missing to this day.

Watch at your own risk!

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2110145479236650834

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  1. May 29th, 2009 at 13:22 | #1

    that is amazing….. i bleave it is a true story and they are what realy happend but jest different people.

  2. corrie.
    March 9th, 2010 at 10:49 | #2

    You fail. Maybe you should learn some grammar before you go comment on something as ridiculous as this. >.>

    FAIL.

  3. March 9th, 2010 at 15:16 | #3

    Sorry JFM Sars Angel of Revenge

  4. Believer
    December 20th, 2010 at 00:10 | #4

    Good write up, but a couple things…

    This is a ‘fake’. Before you tar and feather me, please hear me out. First, this was originally called “The Mcpherson tape” and produced 7 years prior to “Blair Witch”. It was sold to a small distributor who later had there main office burn down. Five years after producing the video, the director remade this as “Alien Abduction”. It was released on UPN a year prior to Blair Witch…and rumor is that the creators of the original “Blair Witch” movie were inspired by this movie in the way it was filmed.

    In the original version, the kid goes to the bathroom and talks to the video, when he comes out the house is empty, he turns around and there is an alien there. Sharp intake of breath, then the camera falls. You see the kid frozen and the camera fills with static as the alien reaches a hand to the kid.

    In the remake, the remaining family members sit around the kitchen table, dealing cards to play ‘Go-Fish’ to take their mind off things. The camera is placed on the kitchen counter and aimed half at the actors and half down the hall to the front door. The little girl is implied pulling a ‘close encounters’ and opening the front door for the aliens to come inside. The aliens move into the house, putting the family in a trance-like state by raising their hands at the family members, and then walk them out of frame. An alien aims it’s hand at the camera and the screen ‘snows over’.

    This isn’t a ‘hoax’ however as the producer/director intentionally was just making a film and wasn’t trying to fool anyone. UPN went behind his back and removed the ‘The events you are about to see are not real’ tag that was supposed to be there after each commercial. They hyped it as real.

    Anyway, if you do think it is real watch the film to the end. There are credits for the actors and what roll they play…even the aliens are given credits. A quick google search pulls this up.

    For a made-for-tv film, created in 1996-1997 for $900,000, it isn’t bad!

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