Monday, December 31, 2018

SPOTLIGHT ON HISTORY CHANNEL'S NEW SF PERIOD SET TRUE UFO PHENOMENA SERIES PROJECT BLUE BOOK WITH AIDAN GILLEN, MICHAEL MALARKEY

    'PROJECT BLUE BOOK' 
STARTS NEXT MONTH AT HISTORY
In the following few weeks your trusted spy will present you a couple of new TV and movie projects that are arriving next month. From January 8th at History Channel starts a new science fiction period set series PROJECT BLUE BOOK based on the true, top-secret investigations into Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) and related phenomena conducted by the United States Air Force from 1952 to 1969.

THE STORY OF THE SERIES   
follows Dr. J. Allen Hynek (Aidan Gillen), a brilliant yet under-appreciated college professor, who is recruited by the U.S. Air Force to spearhead a clandestine operation called PROJECT BLUE BOOK. Along with his
Aidan Gillen and Michael Malarkey lead the cast
partner, the debonair Air Force Captain Michael Quinn (Michael Malarkey), he is summoned to investigate UFO sightings around the country and use science to discover what really happened. However, when some
The new series is based on true events
encounters cannot be explained away and cases remain open, Hynek begins to suspect that he has been duped by the government into a larger conspiracy to cover up the truth. Set against the backdrop of the Cold War and rising Atomic
Blue Book is executive produced by Robert Zemeckis
Era, each episode will draw from the actual PROJECT BLUE BOOK case files, blending UFO theories with authentic historical events from one of the most mysterious eras in US history.

14 comments:

  1. Wow! The UFO topic sure stirs the imagination. Would the series throw some new light? As far as I could remember, reports of the authorities concluded that most UFO sightings could be rationally explained.

    At least, we were left with a new profession- ufologist (UFO researcher). Sounds nice.

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    1. I wonder if ufologists get good health insurance and other benefits with their job :) We have a famous mountain here called Rtanj which is believed to be secret underground alien spaceship port because even though it is a natural and very ancient mountain, it has a perfectly pyramidal shape. Most of the plants that grow there have strong healing powers and Rtanj tea is sold worldwide due to this :)

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  2. It sounds better than astrophysicist. You know, someone actually asked on How to..about the way to become an ufologist. Pity I didn't read the answer. I was busy with looking up something else.

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    1. Eh, you could've been a retired expert master ufologist by now :)

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  3. I'm with Debra. Until we have solid proof of their existence, I'm not interested in some far-fetched speculation about it.

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    1. but these ain't speculations, deary, it is based on true events :) I pray aliens do come next year looking, possibly, like hot Scandinavians :)

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    2. Based on true events means there could be some (or a lot) of fiction thrown in there, however Hollywood sees fit to run the story. Now, hot Scandinavians gets my vote every time. Dahink, you need to get to London because the men there are so handsome. Not like Scandinavian sexy, but they ooze beauty all of their own. I was looking through some of my photos last week from our trip there and my gosh, the men were so well dressed and put together. I've got a crush on about 30 men I don't even know the names of lol. I hope to be reborn in London in my next life :P

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    3. I did notice that you did not fulfil my order of bringing me photos of hot hunks from your trip. There was one in Paris, methinks, and not much else....

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    4. I fell so far behind after our vacation. I wanted to have all of the photos shared by the end of the year and never did any besides like 2 posts. With Jason's shoulder surgery and my infusions and scans on top of ripping up our basement and converting it into a gym and everything else, fatigue hit me hard from September to December. I had no desire to even look at the photos other than to grab one to slap on my Instagram each week just to keep it somewhat up and running. I did get back into sorting them last week, so I think I'll be ready to resume sharing photos on the blog by next week. This week is all about getting the house back in order after all of the holiday madness, then shipping Mariah back down to college.

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    5. What? You ripped your basement and made it into a gym? Why wasn't I informed? Did not you make a washing room down there like last year?
      Hope Mariah had nice holidays with the family, and hope they bought you something nice for the birthday :) Holidays only start here, we are at the beginning of the every-other-day-is-a-nonworking-holiday-day here since Christmas is next Monday and nothing works on 1st and 2nd January either. It is a mess planning any shopping in January here :) Posts and banks don't work either.

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    6. Our basement is split in two sides. One side is my laundry and craft room. The other side is half family room and now half gym. The gym half was just for storage mostly, but it took me forever to reorganized my home to find a place for all of my extra stuff.
      Mariah is now a supervisor at her grocery job on campus, so she has to leave break early. She probably won't be back until March or April, whenever their spring break is.
      Ugh to the holiday mess you are about to go through. It's such a hassle to get daily stuff done when everything is shut down. Sending a virtual hug you get through it in tact!

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    7. Meanwhile, we use our basement (As big as the house itself) for storing potatoes, old boxes and other similar shit :) There's a mice or two as well...
      Poor Mariah, but good for her for working!
      It is a mess when we have non working holidays, you remember how nobody came to take our garbage away for four weeks last holiday season? I always try to make rations with food and bread :) and to store away as much as possible ahead of such non working days. We did survive wars and poverty when nothing was to be found in shops even when they did work so we are survival experts now.... The problem next week is that Christmas is on Monday, my usual day for shopping and I don't feel like going out on Sunday morning. Thankfully my city is Catholic so at least some local supermarkets will probably work but not my usual ones. The city will probably look deserted and haunted.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)