The Phoenix Incident: Hidden Extra Film Content Scattered Across the Internet!

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The Phoenix Incident is one of the sci-fi documentary films of the year you should be watching. From Keith Arem (Award Winning Talent Director of Call of Duty & Titanfall), an investigation into the March 13th, 1997 disappearance of four Arizona men exposes a military cover-up of the largest UFO sighting in North America.

Thursday March 13th, 1997 marks the date of the Phoenix Lights, the largest mass UFO sighting in US History. The night of the incident, four Phoenix residents vanished in the Estrella Mountain National Park, south of Phoenix, becoming the longest unresolved missing person’s case in Arizona history.

The casting is stacked with names such as Yuri Lowenthal (Fallout 4, The Order: 1886, Big Hero 6), Troy Baker (The Last of Us, Bioshock: Infinite, MGSV: The Phantom Pain), Liam O’Brien, Travis Willingham, Brian Bloom, Jamie Tisdale, and more on the docket. The film is available on iTunes, VUDU, Xbox, and On Demand. The DVD release will be coming this summer, so be sure to keep yourself updated and mark your calendars accordingly! One of the most interesting aspects of this film is that there are hidden bits and pieces of the film that already exist online waiting to be found. Consider it a sci-fi scavenger hunt among the real events that transpired in 1997. Characters, events, and more are woven into this masterpiece. Keep your eyes peeled and #DiscloseNow.

You can find more information and other exciting news about the film on their

Official Website.
For more on the behind-the-scenes, including some of those hidden hints, follow along their

Official Blog.

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