Do you believe in The Grays? I never have, but watching movies that claim to be based on true events about these beings makes me really wonder.
Last night I watched "Dark Skies" http://www.allmovie.com/movie/dark-skies-v572437. A movie based on a family being visited by "The Grays" as they call them. I don't scare easily, and love me some creepy movies, but this one made me scream out loud! More than once! It was a good movie, in my opinion, even though it didn't get good critic ratings. The end was actually unpredictable and surprised me.
Another movie that absolutely TERRIFIED me, was "Fire in the Sky" http://www.allmovie.com/movie/fire-in-the-sky-v17400. Again, it didn't get good critic ratings, but it was a great movie in my opinion. The part that really scared me were the scenes where Travis Walton is recalling his abduction. What happens to him scared me so bad I was speechless with tears running down my face. There were actual witnesses to his abduction in 1975.
Then there's the movie "Signs" http://www.allmovie.com/movie/signs-v263250 which I believe most people watched because of the success of M. Night Shyamalan and it starred Mel Gibson and Juaquin Phoenix. The scene where there is a "Gray" being spotted in Mexico by children at a birthday party made me jump out of my chair. The little hairs on my body stood straight up as I watched it over and over. Another great movie on visits from aliens. "Swing away Merrill...Merrill swing away."
My curiosity lies in the fact that almost all of the alleged alien sightings resemble each other. They look like The Grays. If they do exist, and so many have seen them, why aren't there photos or video of them? In this day and age, the technology we have is literally at our fingertips. One can use their cell phone in a matter of seconds to capture these beings. Unless, perhaps, they are too terrified and in shock to do so.
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