“Chilling…terrifying.” Carlos De Abreau (Hollywood Film Festival)
“If you love the X-FILES as much as I do, then you’ll love this! I watched it at the dead of night… all by myself… and it kinda freaked my shit out. I mean think about it… some coot comes out of the woodwork telling you of missing towns and conspiracies… claims to have a device that can determine the difference between aliens and humans just by pointing it at them. I dig the hell out of this movie…” Harry Knowles (aintitcool.com)
‘WICKSBORO INCIDENT” IS A CHILLING, TOTALLY CONVINCING AND POSITIVELY TERRIFYING BLEND OF “X-FILES” AND “THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT.” I WOULDN’T ADVISE WATCHING THIS ALONE AND CERTAINLY NOT LATE AT NIGHT!’ *** 1/2 –Thomas Brown (WHIZ Radio – Eye on the Screen) HOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL NEW YORK FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL
In 1953 the entire town of Wicksboro, Texas vanished. Taking with it all 75 townspeople. All land records of Wicksboro, Texas have been altered. There is no longer any evidence that Wicksboro, Texas even existed. It was an event that was never publicized. The only ones who came forth were the relatives of the victims. They too disappeared.
All mention of Wicksboro, Texas, much like the town itself, faded into oblivion. 1998. A man by the name of Lloyd Pearsall approached two filmmakers and told them he had a story to tell. A story of UFOs, Alien abuductions, and government cover-ups.
He explained to them that he had been on the run for almost 50 years. He was now ready to tell the truth… He was the lone survivor of Wicksboro, Texas.
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