Beyond Belief: Untold Encounters with James Fox (January 2014)
In September of 1994, roughly 200 school children in Ruwa, Zimbabwe, witnessed multiple UFOs land on a field near their playground. Occupants exited the UFOs and interacted with the school children.
On April 24th, 1964, a police officer in Socorro New Mexico witnessed an egg shaped object land and two, "small people" standing next to it. Nearly 50 years later, evidence from the USAF own files is found - substantiating the officers claims. Both cases involved several eyewitnesses, yet little new facts have been reported since. Documentary filmmaker James Fox discusses significant new evidence from two very compelling close encounters of the third kind in this interview with George Noory originally webcast January 6, 2014.
James was born in England and raised in New York and California. He began his journalism career early in life as an assistant to father/writer Charles Fox, a quadriplegic with Multiple Sclerosis. Together they traveled on many magazine assignments from Rolling Stone, Car & Driver to Sports Illustrated. James finished and sold his first documentary to Discovery by the time he was 28. He has since completed 5 films for the likes of Sci-Fi and History Channel and has made frequent appearances on the Larry King Show, Night Line, Dateline, Anderson Cooper and others. His latest film on UFOs, I Know What I Saw, is being distributed by A&E and Content Films International.