UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied II - Moon Rising

Genre: Documentary
73 min

[Crickets chirping]

[Guitar ballad plays]

# Among the trees

and by the river #

# Lying there, my darling shivers #

# In her sleep

she dreams of winter #

# Whiter than her breast #


# I feel her heart

move through her chest #

# Warm and steady

as she rests #

# Hear water ebbing

with her breath #

# Lulling me to sleep #

# Ohh-ohh-ohh #

# Ohh-ohh-ohh #

# And here in the sky #

# Lights flash before our eyes #

# And I feel your warm hand #

# Slipping into mine #

# And we lay... #

You okay?

# Will I come around? #

# Do I know

what you are feeling now? #

# This morning

we drove out of town #

# Into the hills

and looking down #

# Saw the ocean all around #

# As far as we could see #

[Engine shuts off]

All right, I have a secret

to tell you.

You're in the middle of the road.

I know.

Do you wanna hear it?

Do you wanna

move your car first?

No, not really.


I just wanna tell you

one more thing.

All right.



That's not gonna be good.

Okay, tell me.

I've been in love with you...

[Horn honks, crash]

[Alarm beeping]

[Beeping stops]




Hey, hey, hey.


John Muir said,

"Let children walk with nature.

Let them see the beautiful

blendings and communions

of death and life,

their joyous, inseparable unity,

and they will learn that death

is stingless indeed

and as beautiful as life."

That is my hope for Bennett,

that this amazing young man,

who was taken from us so suddenly,

who was so well-loved,

who was surrounded by everything

that was beautiful to him.

It is in this spirit

that we return Bennett

to that form from which God

miraculously created all life.

[Alarm beeping]

[Beeping stops]



Come on.

Open the door, Ryan.

Hold on.


Come on.

Just let me... Ryan.

Just let me... Hey.

Come on, buddy.

Let me in.

Jesus Christ, Ryan.

Open up some of these windows,

would ya?

I don't care what you say.

Next time you're gonna

let Gloria up here.


Smells like something died

and went to heaven.

I didn't know she was here.

Well, she's not.

But she's coming back very soon.

Where have you been?

I've been here.

What, in the house?


Well, then just check in

from time to time, would you?

Your mother's worried.


[Door closes]

What I wanna know...

What I need to know is, um,

what were the 17 minutes like

for my son?

I don't know what to tell you,

Mrs. Brewer. I wasn't there.

You've spoken with every doctor,

every nurse, every paramedic,

every fireman

that was on call that night.

I don't know what other information

I can give you.

What about Jordan Walker?

Mr. Walker is still in a coma.

I know, but I have

a surveillance tape,

and in that tape

it looks as if they spoke,

that they might have had

a conversation.

Would he have been capable of having

a conversation with my son?

That depends on how slow

the bleeding in his brain was.

Uh, I mean, it's possible

that he could have stayed

conscious long enough

to carry on a conversation.

Then he would have been

the last person

to speak to my son

before he died.


Uh, I have an appointment at 9:00.

I'm sorry.

When do you think he'll wake up?

Uh, as I've said numerous times

before, Mrs. Brewer,

I have given you

all the answers that I know.

But he could wake up.

I mean, what would be the signs?

I'm sorry.

P. A:
Dr. Leonard, 2291.

[Chalk scraping on board]



Hi. Hi.

How are you?

I'm sorry. I had a head

full of numbers.

Oh, you're sweating. Here.



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