NETFLIX’S Unsolved Mysteries case exploring the surreal Berkshire UFO sightings has left sceptics calling it the “most compelling evidence yet” for alien life.
Several viewers have admitted to changing their minds about UFOs after listening to accounts from four families who claim to have been abducted by a flying saucer on September 1, 1969.
The episode sees Thomas Reed explain how he and his family can’t recount three hours while driving in their car after seeing a ray of light, before revealing he saw another Berkshire resident Melanie Kirchdorfer aboard a ship.
Another resident, Tommy Warner, was a child when he apparently disappeared into a blinding light that same night.
One viewer described the accounts as ‘the most compelling “evidence” of Alien interaction I’ve ever watched or read’.
They added: “That s**t is crazy af. And everyone interviewed seemed honest. Everything actually lined up, and u know I’m a skeptic.’
Another wrote: “I watched unsolved mysteries about the UFO thing in Berkshire last night, I mean, I don’t know what to think! When people can accurately keep their story intact, for years, maybe it is true???!”
A third added: “This UFO sighting episode of #unsolvedmysteries is absolutely wild”.
The first series of Unsolved Mysteries is available to binge on Netflix UK now.
The show, which dropped on Netflix on July 1, is a reboot of the 1987 show of the same name.
Creator Terry Dunn Meurer recently revealed the reboot had prompted 1500 new case leads in its first week, and it’s thought the case of Alonzo Brooks – who disappeared from a Kansas party in 2004 – could be the first case to be solved.
Terry told TMZ that around 50 of the 1500 tips the team has received have been “forwarded to the appropriate law enforcement agencies”.
Alonzo was last seen on April 3, 2004, at a local house party in rural Kansas.
His friends, confused about who was giving who a ride home, accidentally left Alonzo at the party. He never made it home and his body was discovered a month later.