In 1997 a man by the name of James Fox, a director of UFO films was on a quest to meet Steven Spielberg. Through a mutual friend who knew Spielberg he tried to connect, but Spielberg didn’t have the time. Spielberg instead told the mutual friend that James should check out the landing case of a UFO that happened at a school in Zimbabwe.
James was making a film on UFO’s and dismissed the mass landing quickly because the sighting was in broad daylight and had 100 visual sightings. He thought that couldn’t be true. It wasn’t until 10 years later that he took a look at it again.
The kids drew pictures of the sighting after here:
Fast forward 10 years and Fox meets a guy named Randall Nickerson. This man was releasing a film just on that landing. He proposed to James Fox “If you’d like to do a piece on this film with me I am open to it.”
One of the strangest parts of this whole story is that the Harvard Psychiatrist, Dr. John Mack was killed by a car that ran into him within a week of it happening. Was this a true death or was he killed? Would this Harvard psychiatrist cracked the lid and made UFO sightings much more legit to the mainstream?
The children at the school (about 100 of them) had all seen the craft land and many of them got within arms length of these beings. A lot of them haven’t told their significant others because they were tired of not being believed in what they saw.
All these children share what they saw on camera after it happened, and 20 years later all grown up they share the same story. It is very real and there’s something about a craft landing at schools.
The children are not actors. They are adults later and they are all talking about this moment later. It’s like they had a religious experience together. It’s a deeply moving experience. To convey the reality of that moment to them, to be able to have this interpretation of this event. They’re all consistent in this story. They’re shook in this moment.
– Joe Rogan shares.
James Fox, the director of the film’s wife stopped by and even though she is not a fan or much of a believer in his UFO work she stopped by to drop her husband off some coffee. She saw the testimony of the children and she couldn’t believe how real it was. It turned her into more of a believer.
The telepathic message to these children was that “Technology is a real problem and what some people are doing with it is ruining the earth.” This telepathic message was communicated to all the children.
James Fox shares: Why do UFO’s land at schools? Because it’s not a hostile environment. Maybe UFO’s land at schools because they know it’s safe.