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I have figure this our and say It is a satellite system that mistake as a possible UFO. it can be Extraterrestrials too. maybe.
How can NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC executives allow this stuff on air totally over dramatized demeans the UFO disclosure movement you cannot tell me that they cannot produce something of higher quality then this .......mickey mouse soap opera wasted a whole hour of my time will never watch another episode.
So true what Rio Loca is saying. This show is hilarious! The chasers seem to be very professional, but when there is something to discover they get scared and run away. I have never seen a show where they actually can come to a reliable conclusion. I hope the chasers don't take themselves seriously, I sure don't!
Your show is considered "stupid" by many people, myself included. If you doubt then visit
Your cast/scripters/etc are making light of a matter many of us consider very serious with important ramifications for the Earth human race. I am sorry to be the naysayer, but a word (of advise to the wise...), the show needs a serious revamp.
National Geographic's "Chasing UFOs" is for me a bitter disappointment. The 3-some bunch of "trained professional chasers" strike me as totally inept, joking in their methods and general demeanor each episode. When a suspected UFO event is detected these guys appear totally "spooked", as though chasing ghosts instead. Certainly, their attitude will be responsible for sowing seeds of fear for any ET visitor out there, however benign. Even the show "Ghost Lab" has
generated a serious following from the more sober and rigorous approach the "hunters" have adopted. I find myself tuning early on to another channel during each episode of "Chasing UFOs". I for one would not mind if the show is cancelled.