On the Trail of UFOs: Night Visitors (2022)

Night Visitors is the follow-up to On the Trail of UFOs and On the Trail of UFOs: Dark Sky. Directed by Seth Breedlove, this installment follows investigator and Into the Fray podcast host Shannon LeGro as she heads out of Denver and into the countryside of Colorado, looking into human abductions and cattle mutilations.

Ah, cattle mutilations! Back in the 60s and 70s, cattle were getting killed left and right, skinned, deboned, pituitary glands were taken. No one knew why, yet according to this film, cattle mutilations are thought to be tied into UAP/UFO events, which LeGro and company got to see first-hand as they film at one ranch, getting to see lights on the ground and in the air, as well as odd sounds, black helicopters and, yes, animals being mutilated, including a horse in the past that showed up with just a skeleton left behind. According to Tom Miller, the property owner and a lifelong rancher, he’s lost at least 16 cattle who have lost their organs, exhibit precise laser-like cuts and have suffered horrendous wounds.

I really enjoyed this film, as it presented another side to the UAP/UFO phenomena in an area of the country that hasn’t been explored as much as Roswell. The Small Town Monsters series are amongst the best made of any paranormal, alien and cryptozoological media I’ve ever watched. In fact, I look forward to seeing each new installment. You can check out their past movies like On the Trail of UFOs: Dark SkyOn the Trail of Bigfoot: The JourneyMOMO: The Missouri Monster, Terror in the Skies, On the Trail of Bigfoot and Skinwalker: The Howl of the Rougarou.

On the Trail of UFOs: Night Visitors is available on all major streaming platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu and FandangoNOW, from 1091 Pictures. You can learn more at the official Small Town Monsters site.

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