A film premiering next month will shine a light on a secret U.S. group which UFO researchers claim is helping to cover up the discovery of alien spacecraft.

The film, God versus Aliens, has interviews with two experts about the 'Collins Elite', a supposed secretive group within the U.S. military which has helped to cover up alien abductions and crashed spacecraft since the 1950s.

Speaking to DailyMail.com, British director of the film Mark Christopher Lee said: 'A lot of people know about Majestic 12, a supposed committee of military leaders and politicians interested in UFOs: it's out there in pop culture, along with Area 51.

'But two of my interviewees believe that this is a smokescreen, and the real organization is the Collins Elite, based in the Wright Patterson Air Base [in Ohio].

'These people are said to work in a private organization on behalf of the government, because there are no freedom of information requests (FOIA) to private companies.'

The Wright Patterson Air Base was home to the Project Blue Book investigation into UFO reports which began in 1947 - and there have been previous rumors of a secret 'UFO room' at the base.

Lee told DailyMail.com that his interviewees - UFO author Brian Allan and alleged abductee Tony Topping - suggest that the members of the Collins Elite believe that aliens are demonic, or wish to label them as being so.

Both suggest that the Collins Elite has worked to suppress information about UFOs, claiming UFOs to be demonic or Satanic in origin.

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