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Filmmakers find first trove of buried Atari game cartridges

Alamogordo - Filmmakers digging Saturday in a New Mexico landfill found hundreds of cartridges of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," considered by many to be the worst video game ever made.

Atari landfill to be dug up in search for smashed ET games

An Atari landfill that is supposed to house dozens of one of the worst video games ever made is going to be excavated in the near future.

Former Senator Mike Gravel: White House suppressing ET evidence

A UFO advocacy group Paradigm Research has paid six former members of the US Congress $20,000 each to hold a simulated congressional "hearing" examining evidence that the government is suppressing information about ET visitors and related UFO phenomena.

'Sirius' documentary has premiered, now available to view or buy

On April 22, Dr Steven Greer and filmmaker Amardeep Kaleka premiered their new alien documentary "Sirius" to the world, streamed online from Los Angeles, Ca. The film is now available for viewing and purchase.

Preview: 'Sirius' documentary to premiere online on April 22

Sirius is possibly one of the most significant films of our time. An explosive and enlightening documentary that will expose the greatest story never told, Sirius will premiere on April 22nd and uncovers hidden information about alien contact with Earth.

Alien life may be found in next 10 years: World Economic Forum

World leaders meeting in Davos (Jan. 23 -27) discussed the unforeseen challenges the world may face in the next decade. Working with the journal Nature, WEF proposed five "X Factors" as "unheralded dangers" the world may face in the next ten years.

Carlo Rambaldi dies, aged 86

Carlo Rambaldi has died, aged 86. Rambaldi was responsible for the special effects of ET and Alien. In fact, it was his work on ET that won him the love of movie goers worldwide.

Op-Ed: Thirty years later, E.T. is still a masterwork, on many levels

Monday marks 30 years since the release of one of the most successful movies ever made (on June 11, 1982), and an upcoming, remastered Blu-ray release will introduce it to a new generation of kids – and grownups.

Extraterrestrials hit Earth, NASA dispatches scientists globally

In a shocking discovery this morning, huge alien mother ships are hovering over every major city on the planet. The drawback is, you can only see them if you truly believe in extra-terrestrials.

American Idol: Magnificent 7 ends with Stefano Langone eliminated

Los Angeles - American Idol's magnificent seven turned to six tonight, after a night of performances that saw Katy Perry and David Cook take the stage, while the audience waited on the edge of their seats to find who would be eliminated in this week's episode.

Contacting ET: Our Hopes and Fears

Scientist searching for extraterrestrial life don't ask,"Are we alone" but instead ask,"Just how crowded is it out there?"

Spielberg urges TV execs to be careful

Spielberg says networks need to be mindful of the children with shows like CSI and Heroes.
 

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Alien craft from the planet
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