Valiant Thor, an off-world visitor who came to the Pentagon in 1957, holds a higher perspective of humanity, as explained by filmmaker Craig Campobasso. Unlike many other extraterrestrials visiting our planet, Valiant Thor was very photogenic and not camera shy. It was what he had to offer that truly intrigued government officials who invited him to stay. Ultimately, the conditions of his proposal, which would benefit all of humanity, proved too much for the U.S Government to accept. For us, however, it is not too late as discussed in this interview with George Noory.
Fresh out of high school, Craig Campobasso found himself working behind the scenes on Frank Herbert’s Dune. Dino and Raffaella De Laurentiis, and director David Lynch became his filmmaking mentors. He has been casting movies and TV for more than three decades and was nominated for an Emmy for casting David E. Kelly’s Picket Fences. Craig directed, wrote & produced Stranger at the Pentagon, from the book by Frank Stranges about Valiant Thor. It just won Best Sci-Fi Short Film at the 2014 Burbank Int'l Film Festival.