Video Documentaries

  • Touched – on Amazon Prime
    Touched – on Vimeo
    The award-winning documentary film by Laurel Chiten featuring experiencers who were interviewed by Dr John Mack.

    Winner: Best Documentary, 2003 Female Eye Film Festival, Toronto
    Winner: Best Documentary, 2004 Intl UFO Congress, Nevada
    “A uniquely contemplative perspective on the alien abduction phenomenon … presents the ‘experiencers’ and their stories with sensitivity and without judgement.” – Boston’s Weekly Dig

  • BBC Everyman: “Contact” (1998) This is an excerpt from an otherwise unavailable documentary program produced by Nikki Stockley of the BBC’s Religious Programming division.

    Synopsis: Visions of the mysterious and supernatural have always been part of some people’s world. Once it was Gods and angels, now it seems it’s extraterrestrials. Here, people who claim to have been abducted talk openly and movingly about their experiences.

  • Experiencers (2004 13ème Rue)This is a link to someone’s upload of an otherwise unavailable documentary by Stéphane Allix
  • Beyond: When the Aliens Landed at Harvard (2019)An excerpt from INREES streaming video series produced by Stéphane Allix and Sébastien Lilli. In this episode, Allix reflects back on his interview with John Mack. In French, with Mack’s interview in English with French subtitles.
  • The Phenomenon (2020)This is a link to buy or rent the documentary by James Fox that recounts UFO experiences from several different decades – including sightings by US Navy aircraft in 2004 and 2015.

    John Mack appears briefly in one segment near the end of the program.

  • Ariel Phenomenon (coming soon)This is a link to the website of the documentary by Randall Nickerson.

    Synopsis: Ariel School Phenomenon is the riveting and definitive documentary of the 1994 alien encounter experienced by over sixty schoolchildren at Ariel School in Zimbabwe.

Audio Documentaries

  • Abduction, Alienation and Reason, BBC Radio 4, broadcast June 8, 2005
    (30 min, 192kbps, mp3)
  • Abduction, Alienation and Reason, BBC Radio 4, broadcast June 8, 2005
    (30 min, lossless, .flac)

    Synopsis: The late John E Mack was a highly respected Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard University and a Pulitzer Prize winner for his work on TE Lawrence. In 1983 he founded the Centre for Psychology and Social Change (now the John Mack Institute) and was at the forefront of original research at Harvard University’s Cambridge Hospital. In the early 1990s, he turned the academic community worldwide upside down because he wanted to publish his research in which he said that people who claimed they had been abducted by space aliens may not all be crazy after all. Abduction, Alienation And Reason is the story of one man’s battle with his academic colleagues to keep an open mind and his struggle to understand those who claim to have been abducted. His plea was as much for them as for the future of psychiatry.

Assorted Audio/Video

Many audio programs are presented throughout the website on various pages. Below are just a few stray tracks that are not available on pages of their own.

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