Jan. 12, 2023 - Who are the Men in Black? In this documentary, we will show you how terrifying encounters with these so-called Men in Black not only are much more common than previously thought, but also come from all over the world and, quite possibly, stretch back down the centuries.

5 Creepiest Sightings of the Men in Black

The regular man has always questioned the unknown, especially what lays beyond our everyday experiences. But the Men in Black don’t want you to know. In particular, since the mid 20th Century, people all over the world have recounted experiences of unexplainable phenomena - things they (allegedly) have seen, heard, and felt, whether intentionally or unintentionally witnessed. Often, an authority would come under the guise of easing their minds and to let them know that everything was under control. Rather than offering answers, however, these Men in Black instead sought to sow doubt. What you saw was not what you thought it was.

Men in Black Phenomena Reported in Sedona

STRANGE ENTITY THREATENS RESEARCHER – “Something Other Than Human” Ancient Aliens

Bridgeport Connecticut 1953 - Albert K. Bender, the nation's top UFO investigator ending the UFO program when he was visited in his house by 3 dark shadowy figures.

Albert K. Bender (June 16, 1921 – March 29, 2016), author of the 1962 nonfiction book Flying Saucers and the Three Men, was a ufologist. He served in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. He was obsessed with the UFO phenomenon and became a UFO researcher, founding the International Flying Saucer Bureau. In 1965, he founded the Max Steiner Music Society. Wikipedia