5 Most Famous People Who Believe in Extraterrestrials

    The Most Famous People Who Believe in Extraterrestrials, or who met them!
    The Most Famous People Who Believe in Extraterrestrials, or who met them!

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    Richard Nixon


    The U.S. President from 1969 to 1974 said in a press conference, “I’m not at liberty to discuss the government’s knowledge of extraterrestrial UFO’s at this time. I am still personally being briefed on the subject.” A close friend of Nixon Jackie Gleason was reportedly taken to Homestead Air Force Base where Nixon showed him the bodies of extraterrestrials. His former wife Beverly McKittrick said that Gleason described the aliens as small beings that are “only about two feet tall with bald heads and disproportionately large ears.”

    Gleason reportedly did not want the story to come out and never talked to McKittrick since she revealed the story to the press.


    Ronald Reagan
    The US President after Jimmy Carter, actor-turned-politician Reagan believed in UFOs. Telling reporters about a UFO sighting, he said, “I looked out the window and saw this white light. It was zigzagging around. I went up to the pilot and said, ‘Have you ever seen anything like that?’ He was shocked and he said, ‘nope.’ And I said to him: ‘Let’s follow it!’ We followed it for several minutes. It was a bright white light. We followed it to Bakersfield, and all of a sudden to our utter amazement it went straight up into the heavens. When I got off the plane I told Nancy all about it.”


    Mikhail Gorbachev
    Gorbachev, the last head of state of the USSR said that UFOs exist and that the phenomenon “must be treated seriously.”


    Prof. Stephen Hawking
    Theoretical physicist Stephen William Hawking is known for his work on gravitational singularities. He also believes in UFOs and extraterrestrials. In an interview, the professor said, “Of course it is possible that UFO’s really do contain aliens as many people believe, and the Government is hushing it up.” In 2010, the professor warned that making contact with aliens is not advisable because they are likely hostile.


    J Edgar Hoover
    The man who established the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was caught in a strange situation in 1942 when flying saucers allegedly flew over Los Angeles. The disks were fired at, according to reports. In a statement to the press, Hoover said, “We must insist upon full access to disks recovered. For instance, in the LA case the Army grabbed it and would not let us have it for cursory examination.”


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