What else is out there? In this massive universe and beyond, who’s to say there isn’t life outside of Earth? Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell (JKLC) investigates in two new UFO films, Bob Lazar and Hunt For the Skinwalker, due to premiere later this year. With recent success in the UFO genre following Unacknowledged: The Greatest Secret In Human History, The Orchard has signed a deal to distribute the two titles from JKLC Films.
Plagued by controversy surrounding his previous disclosures, former Government Physicist, Bob Lazar has dodged the spotlight and filmmakers, that is until Corbell. The film Bob Lazar surfaces rare and never before seen footage discovered by Bob thirty years prior. Bob states, “I also know that we have examined bodies of alien creatures. I know this for a fact, and that’s the bottom line.” The new content is sure to spark more questions and curiosity around the extraterrestrial debate.
Corbell’s second documentary, Hunt for the Skinwalker, is based on the best-selling book of the same name by George Knapp and Dr. Kelleher. The film examines real estate mogul billionaire, Robert Bigelow (of Bigelow Aero-space) and the “living laboratory” he purchased in Utah consisting of 480 acres of land dedicated to the study of the UFO phenomenon.
Founder and filmmaker Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell hopes to uncover these untold or buried stories as more details of government programs point to the potential proof of life on other planets. The Orchard is eager to share these stories and spark discussion around the UFO genre.
Check out our press release announcing the partnership with JKLC here and stay frosty for more info from The Daily Rind.