In January of 2009, an unidentified flying object crash landed in the deserts of New Mexico, some 120 miles from the crash site of the famed Roswell incident which occured in 1947. This mysterious object and it's 'passengers' have been of great interest to the scientific community. The findings of the North American Aeronautical Defense Center are presented here in this documentary film.
The ending of this film was photographed at the same location that director Matthew Charles Hall used for his vampire film In the Land of Phantoms (2008) (V).
The cast and crew lived at the house location where they were filming for the entire shoot. This added to the tension on set as several actors had nightmares during the shoot and many had to sleep during the daytime. Director Matthew Charles Hall claimed that for several nights he had trouble sleeping and would occasionally have hallucinations that the crew was filming around him while he was sleeping. On the last night of the shoot, production wrapped on a violent death scene and the director wound up sleeping in the same exact room where the scene had been shot. He had trouble sleeping for several nights after.