Robert Kiviat

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Robert Kiviat is a television writer and producer specializing in paranormal phenomenon. He has produced 11 specials for 20th Century Fox Television, most notably Alien Autopsy, one of the highest rated specials in the history of U.S. television. Robert has also often appeared as a guest expert on numerous television news shows, such as MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann, and on popular radio shows such as Coast to Coast AM, Art Bell, and The Jeff and Mike Show. He has also been featured on Entertainment Tonight multiple times, as well as Access Hollywood and CNN's Show Biz Tonight.


Originally from New York, Robert Kiviat relocated to Hollywood after producing mystery segments for Geraldo Rivera’s TV newsmagazine Now It Can Be Told, and after writing an acclaimed cover article for OMNI Magazine about the mysterious structure known as the “Face on Mars,” a mile-wide mesa photographed by NASA adjacent to possible ruins of an alien pyramid city.

Robert was soon asked to join NBC’s top rated Unsolved Mysteries, and his episodes about UFOs caught on tape, miraculous visions, ghosts and other popular subjects led to some of the highest Nielsen ratings that the NBC series ever garnered. Soon the Fox Network brought Robert in for a phenomena-based show called Encounters, and shortly thereafter Robert secured exclusive rights to the now famous “Alien Autopsy” footage that was the basis for his first hit Fox TV Special, Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction?


  • I Shot JFK: Confessions of the Grassy Knoll Gunman
  • The World's Greatest Hoaxes: Secrets Finally Revealed
  • Prophecies of the New Millennium
  • UFOs: The Best Evidence Ever Caught on Tape
  • UFOs: The Best Evidence Ever Caught on Tape 2
  • Ghosts Caught on Tape: Fact or Fiction?
  • Alien Autopsy: (Fact or Fiction?)
  • Unsolved Mysteries

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