History’s ‘Project Blue Book’ delves deep into the mysteries surrounding alleged extraterrestrial sightings. Season 2 adopts the same premise as season 1 and follows the lead duo, Hynek and Quinn — with Hynek seeking scientific explanations behind the events of Roswell and Quinn attempting to find logic while working for the US Air Force.
In episode 3, Hynek and Quinn are led to investigate a possible alien abduction. Now, if you are already done watching this week’s episode, you must be wondering which new case is covered in the upcoming part. Well, read on to know everything about ‘Project Blue Book’ season 2 episode 4.
Project Blue Book Season 2 Episode 4 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?
‘Project Blue Book’ season 2 episode 4 is titled ‘Hopkinsville’. It will premiere on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, on History at 10 PM ET/ 9 PM CT. Each episode spans a run-time of around 60 minutes.
The official synopsis for the fourth episode goes like this: “A supposed alien invades a rural home in Kentucky, which prompts the CIA to give Hynek and Quinn access to their top-secret program known as MK Ultra, which asserts that the alien attack has the potential to be the beginning of a larger plan.”
Where to Watch Project Blue Book Season 2 Episode 4 Online?
You can watch the latest episodes of ‘Project Blue Book’ at the same time they are released on the History Channel by tuning in to your tv screens with a cable subscription at the above time slot.
The next option is to catch all the aired episodes on History’s official website. Without cable, you can live-stream the series on Fubo TV, DirecTV, Sling TV, and Philo TV. Additionally, previous episodes are available for rent on Amazon Prime Video.
Project Blue Book Season 2 Episode 3 Recap:
At the beginning of episode 3, we see Hynek as he reunites with his wife Mimi after the events of Roswell. Mimi impresses Hynek by conversing with him about all the alien conspiracy researches she had been doing by herself all this while.
After they return, they meet General Hugh Valentine and Quinn, and Hynek leaves with the pair to investigate Area 51. Once they arrive at Groom Lake, they meet CIA agent Daniel Banks, who gives them a brief about whatever is happening in this US Air Force base.
It seems a person called Sargeant Miller had vanished while on an outing with Sargeant Willingham. The latter does not remember whatever ensued when they were together and says that a massive saucer-like thing sucked Miller in.
Hynek decides to revisit the site with Willingham as he believes that the familiar surroundings might help recall the latter’s memories. Well, Willingham does remember and takes them to a clearing, which is made of glass — proving that some high-heat beam must have melted the sand into glass.
Quinn decides to investigate the CIA’s tightly secured weapons storage. To his surprise, almost all the aircraft housed inside this facility look like UFOs. Meanwhile, Banks reveals that Miller’s body has been discovered, trapped under a branch — pointing toward Willingham as the murderer.
After the autopsy, it is revealed that several organs from Miller’s body are missing. Hynek and Quinn then travel by themselves to Area 51. Here, they witness the officers discarding mutilated corpses of coyotes. Further probing leads them to a massive opening in a mountain that leads to a huge energy emitting field, operated by the government.
Hynek attempts to click a photo as proof but they are instantly caught and in the chase that ensues, they reach a spot where they see the similar saucer-like object as described by Willingham. They become unconscious and when they are awake, they find themselves inside a military truck, returning to the CIA base. Hynek and Quinn get a warning from General Hugh, following which they learn that the covert mountain facility is under the control of the Air Force.