Why brave all the kooky, crazy crowds when you can stay warm and cozy inside and watch the locally-produced, award-winning film ‘The Maury Island Incident’ at an out-of-this-world 50% OFF Black Friday discount?

This 30-minute film was shot locally in Burien, Des Moines, Tukwila and off the shores of Maury Island, and is on sale for 50% through this Sunday, Nov. 25.

It’s based on declassified FBI documents, and tells the incredible, tragic and forgotten story of Harold Dahl, who on June 21, 1947, alleged a UFO sighting over Puget Sound, sparking ‘the summer of the saucers,’ the modern era of UFO obsession, the first appearance of a ‘Man in Black’ and a governmental battle over UFO sighting jurisdiction reaching all the way up to FBI Executive Director J. Edgar Hoover.

Written/Produced by local residents Steve Edmiston, Directed/Produced by Scott Schaefer, Executive Produced by John White, Produced by Danny House and Laura Beth & Scott Peterson, this film has won numerous awards, including ‘Best UFO Film Short’ at the International UFO Congress and the ‘Audience Choice Award’ at the Gig Harbor Film Festival.

The union-made film features Tony Doupé as Dahl, Allen Fitzpatrick as the Man In Black, John Patrick Lowrie as J. Edgar Hoover, David S. Hogan as Special Agent Mitchell, and many others.

Use the password ‘maninblackfriday‘ and save 50% OFF the rental or full purchase of the film (NOTE: this discount expires Nov. 25, 2018 and there is a limited number available) – here’s a direct link:


More info on the film is available here: http://www.mauryislandincident.com