MIB Files: Movie Time - Tales of the Men In Black

In this episode of the MIB Files, Mr. Unknown relates the following tale: Johnny Starr, up-and-coming director was making a new movie on UFOs.

The script was by a writer who claimed the story was mostly real, with some “approved” changes by mysterious sources.

Johnny didn’t believe this, until he started seeing the Men In Black.

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About David Sloma

David Sloma is the author of the highly-rated D.U.M.B.s (Deep Underground Military Bases) series of novels, now going into book 7. His short story Cyber was first published in the defunct Alien Skin Magazine. He's also been published in a variety of other publications, magazines, and newspapers over his 30+ years as a writer, and won some awards.

He's given many live readings (some on Halloween) and was a runner-up in a "poetry slam" where he had to write a poem on the spot to the given topic, then recite it on stage - talk about pressure! He's written screenplays (features and shorts), some of which have been made into short films, videos, and documentaries that he's directed. For more see: www.davidsloma.com

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About the Series: MIB Files - Tales of the Men in Black
Mr. Unknown relates tales of the Men in Black as told to him.

These are stories of the paranormal, strange things, and UFO sightings with one thing in common: interactions with the Men In Black (MIB).

Not connected with the movie series, these are tales of the Men In Black that predate the films.

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