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Famous UFO Movie Based on Real Events

Movie director Steven Spielberg says the 1982 film "ET" was based on real UFO encounters that occurred in Kentucky. During the writing of the screenplay, the film morphed from being a scary horror film into a family-friendly drama.

The December 6th edition of the New Zealand Herald quotes Spielberg as saying, "It was going to be called Night Skies, based on a piece of UFO mythology where a farm family reported little spindly grey aliens attacking their farm, even riding cows in the farmyard."

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Hopkinsville KY, a rather famous case, there was gunfire and some consumption of ethanol involved with this case..

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