Allen and Quinn head to rural Gurley, Alabama to speak to a farmer who claims that a hovering spaceship killed his otherwise healthy hogs. In Allen and Quinn speaking to the farmer, he further reports that the craft was cigar-shaped, confirming both Allen's own sighting of the object when he was on a commercial flight and Quinn's thoughts of what it is. Quinn is certain that it has something to do with "Operation Paperclip" based out of nearby Huntsville Air Force Base, the operation which is about the American space program. The government recruited many Germans in this post-war period as the primary researchers, led by Wernher von Braun. In that Paperclip is led by a bunch of "former" Nazis, Quinn doesn't fully trust them. As such, his actions in the matter lead to him and Allen taking separate paths in their investigation. They now have to decide how much to tell (General James) Harding to explain above and beyond what von Braun tells and shows them. It is Quinn's suspicion that ...
Did You Know?
East German born Thomas Kretschmann
, who portrays former Third Reich Rocket Scientist & Nazi Wernher von Braun
, stated he feels an aversion to taking Nazi roles in film. As of 2019, he has appeared fifteen times as a Nazi including a starring role as one of the leaders and architects of the Jewish Final Solution, Adolf Eichmann
. He also portrayed Nazi Hermann Fegelein
in the film Downfall
(2004). Scores of videos were made with completely new subtitles inserted for various, mostly comedic, topics. Fegelein is the object of Adolf Hitler
's anger and rants. See more
The rocket Von Braun picks up during his presentation looks very much like a Redstone and not a Saturn V. See more