The Sci-Fi Channel (search) has cracked open the file cabinet containing the real-life version of "The X-Files." (search

Sci-Fi pressured NASA (search) into releasing top secret records about a 1965 UFO incident that took place in Kecksburg, Pa. and won.

Now about 36 pages of classified documents that have been kept under lock and key for almost four decades are being exposed to the public.

The release is part of an ongoing effort by SCI FI - along with a D.C. lobbying firm and former Clinton chief of staff, John Podesta - to pressure government agencies into making public top-secret records of various UFO related incidents that are over 25 years old.

"I think its fair to say that we have truly entered the realm of science fiction in Washington, D.C.," said Podesta.

"When it's fair game to disclose the identity of a clandestine CIA agent but not the records of an unexplained crash in Kecksburg, Pennsylvania that occurred 38 years ago."