VIDEO: KOMO News Does Report on ‘The Maury Island Incident’ Film/Stunt


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A gorgeous new photo-realistic mural, painted by Seattle Artist Zach Paul, suddenly appeared on the east side of Howard & Marge in Olde Burien Friday. It depicts story elements from “The Maury Island Incident” film.

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The film’s plot includes six ‘UFOs’ flying over a boat off Maury Island on June 21, 1947. One disc, in apparent trouble, was reported to rain down slag-like material on a boat, killing a dog and injuring the son. The story will also include the first “Man in Black,” and much more. Filming begins locally in June.

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Closeup of the first “Man in Black,” who looks suspiciously similar to Executive Producer John White.

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Danny House, owner of The Tin Room Bar/Theater, and also a Producer on the film, reacts to realizing that the “Man in Black” looks a LOT like John White.

Story & Photos by Scott Schaefer

Normandy Park resident Matt Markovich, a Reporter at KOMO-TV, also happens to be a neighbor of John White, Executive Producer of the upcoming film ‘The Maury Island Incident.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: BTB Founder/Publisher Scott Schaefer will be producing/directing the film, and local filmmaker Steve Edmiston will be producing/writing the script).

Markovich recently noticed that White was building something very unusual in his driveway – a ‘crashed UFO’ that will make its inaugural appearance Monday night in Olde Burien for an April Fool’s ‘UFO Crash’ event, which will also include a Flash Mob dance, drink specials at The Tin Room Bar, a costume contest with prizes and much more (it starts at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 1 – read details here).

So he did what every good, enterprising Reporter would do – he did a great segment on it; check it out below:

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  1. Great Graphics! Intriguing!

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