Thursday, December 31, 2009

Hollywood Stars Relate UFO Experiences

Article from UFO ROUNDUP:

"Men In Black star Will Smith plays an alien hunter in the movies, but he claims to have had a close encounter in real life!" He's convinced he saw a pair of UFOs flying above a California desert 10 years ago. "They were not man-made," insists Smith, whose MIB sequel premieres July 3 (2002). "They dashed across the horizon at unbelievable speeds."

Smith, who played boxing legend Muhammad Ali in the film Ali, isn't the only celeb convinced that UFOs are real. In fact, the champ himself is a believer. "If you look into the sky in the early morning hours," says Ali, "you can see them playing tag between the stars."

Beam William Shatner up - Star Trek's Captain Kirk says aliens saved his life after his motorbike broke down, leaving him lost and stranded in the Mojave Desert (of southern California - J.T.). "A shimmering figure led me to a road so I could get help," Shatner says, "Then he disappeared and a shining, orb-style object zoomed off at high speed."

Movie Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd swears he saw something strange in his neighborhood a few years back. "I was in Massachusetts and saw two objects tracking at about 10,000 feet (3,000 meters), doing amazing maneuvers," he reveals, "I am convinced they were UFOs."

The truth is out there for X-Files supernatural sleuth David Duchovny - he claims he saw a triangular UFO while jogging along a New Jersey beach in 1993. "I don't know what it was," he admits, "I don't think I ever will."

Grease star Olivia Newton-John once spotted a multicolored globe in her native Australia. She adds, "It could change direction like no plane I'd ever seen."

And (rock star) David Bowie saw many UFOs while growing up in Kent, England. "They came over so regularly," he recalls, "we could time them." (See the tabloid Globe for June 18, 2002, "Spaced-out stars believe in UFOs," page 59.)

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