Overlords of the UFO (1976) (part 14 of 14)
After another shot of the cattle painting, and another shot of the Earl Butz article, we get what might be the most bizarre image we’ve been subjected to yet. It’s a photo of two guys in overcoats holding up a monkey [?] by its arms, and I swear, I swear, the monkey is actually wearing boots and briefs. I mean, what the hell is going on in this world? Is most of the human race pretty much nuts, or what? Did someone actually try to pass this off as a UFO “crewman”? My brain is dying, dying now, all thanks to this movie. As we look at this photo, the host babbles on about the “humanoid crewmen” of the UFO, who are on a mission to learn about earth through kidnappings and “sample gathering of earth man’s devices [sic]”. Especially delicious devices, like bananas!
Hey, look! It’s that airplane wing with the space amoeba painted on it! Haven’t seen that in about thirty seconds. Now the host is talking about air traffic controllers, and so we get stock footage of the FAA Air Route Traffic Control Center, which appears to be completely deserted.
Now we get dark footage from inside the traffic control center. The host says flight controllers watch over our “air lanes”, in order to “keep constant eyes on the safety of flight procedures.” And god help us, but now we’ve gone back to the topic of “near-misses” between UFOs and commercial aircraft, and we’re once again reminded that “passengers have been injured.” What’s that I hear? Do you dare doubt the mighty omniscient host? If so, then he has just one thing to say to you: “This we know to be fact.” So suck on that!