Celebrities and UFOS
Among the actors and musicians who have seen aliens or UFOs, the Jackie Gleason story might just be the most important. It seems close friend Richard Nixon took Gleason on a private tour of Homestead Air Force Base and a royal tour it was. The infamous comedian was privy to close up inspection of a bevy of preserved little aliens stored in glass containers and a recovered alien craft.
World Champion Muhammad Ali saw his first UFO while jogging in New York. He reported seeing them many times after that, suggesting that they were easy to spot if you were watching really early in the morning. New York City appears to be attractive to aliens too. Many reported celebrity sightings took place in the Big Apple. Warren Beatty saw a classic flying saucer floating above the darkened skyscrapers during the historical blackout that shut the city down in the 1960s.
There must be something about rock and roll stars that attracts otherworldly visitors. More than one of them have experienced a close encounter of some sort, if not several.
John Lennon had two experiences within the span of a couple years at his home in New York City during the 1970s. The first occurrence, he and girlfriend May both witnessed a hovering UFO that changed shape and colors as they watched. May managed to grab her camera and snap a few pics before the ship took off, but when developed, all the film on the roll was blank. Lennon recorded it all in notes and sketches, some of which graced the cover art of his Walls and Bridges album.
After reuniting with Yoko Ono, John’s closest encounter took place when he awoke one night to brilliant light shining around his bedroom door. Thinking someone was in the apartment, he opened the door and found tiny aliens who charged him, driving him back to the bed. What ensued between then and the next morning remains a mystery. Yoko heard nothing, sleeping soundly beside him. The bug eyed visitors did leave a calling card, Lennon was clutching a strange egg-shaped gold object when he woke up. This was not a drug induced hallucination, he was totally straight and sober that night.
American rocker, Sammy Hagar, claims he not only has seen UFOs, but has been inside them. He reports his first alien abduction took place before he turned 19 years old. The visitors have repeatedly come to him throughout his life.
David Bowie witnessed a huge UFO while camping with his girlfriend. After his first sighting, he reports seeing them many times and quite regularly. Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham has also spotted on hovering a huge blazing UFO above her Los Angeles home – just a days after Billy Ray Cyrus tweeted seeing several of them glowing on the horizon in Beverly Hills.
Actor Will Smith spotted one in the California countryside. William Shatner claimed one rescued him from death in the desert, but later stated he made that up. Ufology buff, Dan Akroyd has seen a UFO too. Coincidence? Maybe not.
Unlike many people assume, aliens and UFOs do not just show themselves to hicks in the sticks. It could happen to anyone, anywhere. Famous people might be a little less concerned about their reputation being ruined in stepping forward and reporting the experience than the average citizen. Here’s the problem with thinking that keeping quiet is the best thing to do. If the majority of real UFO witnesses never tell a soul, breaking the no credible witnesses syndrome will always be impossible.