Author Archives: Mark

About Mark

Author of 'Mirage Men' & 'Far Out' and publisher/editor at Strange Attractor Press.

Mirage Men in The Guardian

What if the lies and hoaxes Mirage Men reveals are simply a smokescreen for the fact that the authorities really do know secrets about extraterrestrials? What better way to conceal them than by getting “found out” in their disinformation tactics? What better … Continue reading

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Mirage Men Double Disc DVD

A special, extended 2-disc version of the film, now available on DVD. It includes the full length feature, an 8-page booklet with essays by the filmmakers on ‘The Genesis of Mirage Men’, ‘Tricksters, Saucers and Cyber Magicians’, ‘The Enigma of Richard … Continue reading

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UFOs and F-14s over Iran

A very interesting snippet from, of all places, Forbes magazine, about recent UFO flaps over Iran, as mentioned in Mirage Men: According to Iranian sources, the CIA’s intelligence drones displayed astonishing flight characteristics, including an ability to fly outside the atmosphere, … Continue reading

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We have lift off!

Viewers in the UK, USA and Canada can now watch the film at the Mirage Men film site, or click the image below.

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Mirage Men revealed by Greenwald?

A Powerpoint presentation made available on journalist Glenn Greenwald’s web site, Firstlook.org, may just have revealed the Mirage Men. Continue reading

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Coming soon

This is the first teaser poster for the Mirage Men documentary film, which is now very nearly finished. We hope to have news about festival screenings for 2013 in the next few weeks. Thanks are due, once again, to Roland … Continue reading

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Area 51 Viewers Guide

Between 1994 and 1997,  the brilliant and acerbic Glenn Campbell published The Groom Lake Desert Rat which chronicled the unfolding exposure of what soon became the world’s best known secret non-existent airbase. The Rat also served as a gossip sheet for … Continue reading

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