Silver Archive #5 – Dark Skies


‘The perfect complement to the series itself.’ – Bryce Zabel (co-creator of the tv series)

‘The Truth is over-rated, John.’

Decades before Scully and Mulder opened The X-Files, another couple had already crossed America investigating the alien, the uncanny and the implausible, all the while attempting to uncover a conspiracy at the heart of the US government. In its sadly curtailed single season, Dark Skies suggested that much of the history of the 20th century we think we know is, in fact, a lie. Aliens have lived, hidden, alongside humanity since the late 1940s, planning invasion via a series of interventions in known history.

Mixing real personalities and genuine historical fact with plausible fictional extrapolations, Dark Skies hugely ambitious five season arc was brought to a premature end after only one year. With access to the show’s creators and never before seen behind the scenes documentation, Matthew Kresal has now created the definitive analysis of a series which ended far too soon.

Available now in paperback, and for immediate download as a zip file containing epub and mobi files for all e-readers!

Price: £5.99
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About the Author

Matthew Kresal is an author, critic and long time fan of Dark Skies.

Product Features

Author Matthew Kresal
Subject Dark Skies
Page Count 106
ISBN 9781913456047