Unidentifiedis coming down the pike for a second season finale at two hours. It seems History Channel cannot end this series fast enough. The final two episodes are lumped together in one extravaganza.
Whether this series returns for a third year is dubious, as it has run the string of material and seems highly repetitive. In its swan song of season two, the experts tackle the recent (?) surge in UFO sightings.
We suspect that, if a UFO lands at the White House and abducts Trump not to return, this show may receive a reprieve.
The opening part of the finale mentions that there have been twice as many sightings of UFOs in 2019 than the year previous. This is attributed to the dominance of smartphone cameras being handy to document any and all odd scenes.
Of course, as the show points out, phone cameras are not designed for long distance pictures and their reliability is poor. Yet, red-orange orbs are seen regularly as blobs. Most of the newer UFO appearances are in places like North Carolina where a Navy training area is off-shore.
The theory is thrown out there that these could be drones: even Russian spy drones. These could be tests done by the United States, though the hosts want to discount this.
Other experts note that 60 satellites have been launched within the past few years, and they create a new conga line of strange lights in the sky at night.
These are not happy notions to those who have fought the Blue Book coverup put forth by the government for years.
Yet, Elizondo goes to New Jersey to find a runway of red-orange drones that fly in formation. These 130 drones create optical illusions of solid flying discs, tick-tacs, triangles or saucers, Take that, believers.