Video: In Beams, Mitchell Crawford blends experimental animation with stories of alien encounters. The narrators are never seen, and the images don't always reflect their words, but somehow that makes these first-hand accounts -- which are freaky, yet delivered in a matter-of-fact manner -- even eerier.
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