Otherworldly Amor

Encountering UFOs, extraterrestrial beings, haunting events, and other moments of the paranormal can be a truly terrifying experience. It is something that many people go through alone and can take a lifetime to process. Imagine then, if you had a partner, a best friend to hold your hand and experience those moments with you. A soul mate of light illuminating an otherworldly hallway. Shauna and Josh Lajeunesse are traversing their own corridor of the unknown. This is their story.

  • Nomar Slevik
    Co-Director of Abducted: New England
  • Nomar Slevik
    Abducted: New England, Book-Otherworldly Encounters, Book-UFOs Over Maine
  • Bill Brock
    Key Cast
    "Cinematographer, Drone Operator"
  • Kyle Sawyer
    Key Cast
  • Brzowski w/C$Burns
    Key Cast
  • Layne C.
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
  • Genres:
    Extraterrestrial, Alien, UFO, Paranormal, Otherworldly
  • Runtime:
    41 minutes 8 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 1, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    700 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Student Project:
  • KRI Center for Consciousness Studies
    United States
    August 17, 2019
    North American Premiere
  • Parafest Maine
    United States
    October 12, 2019
    Maine Premiere
Distribution Information
  • Amazon Prime
Director Biography - Nomar Slevik

Nomar Slevik is a professionally published author, researcher, podcaster, and documentarian living in Bangor, Maine.

Along with the books Otherworldly Encounters (2018 - Llewellyn Worldwide Publishing) and UFOs Over Maine (2014 - Schiffer Publishing) he is also the writer and co-director of the documentary Abducted New England (Rogue Paramedia).

Slevik is the creator, writer, editor, host and producer of the podcast, I Want to Believe, which is published seasonally every winter.

Slevik meets with eye witnesses, travels to anomalous sites, and conducts investigations. These include The Mothman of Knox County and Loring Air Force Base.

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