When NASA concluded that a “doughnut-sized” object that appeared mysteriously before its Opportunity rover on Mars was actually an errant rock, it left some people dissatisfied: A lawsuit brought against the Agency alleges NASA not only failed to adequately investigate the object, but that it is biological in nature.
In 1997, a talk show host named Art Bell received an on-air call from a man claiming to have worked in Area 51. The caller claimed extra-dimensional beings made contact with the US government before the start of the Space Race and that soon major population centers will be wiped out. The caller, who was hysterical during the conversation, spent roughly two minutes on the line before the signal was jammed by an unknown third party and the call was dropped.
The United Nations has formed a contingency plan in the event that aliens directly contact us.
Edgar Mitchell, the sixth person to walk on the moon, has claimed that “aliens have contacted humans several times” on Kerrang radio in 2008.
SETI scientists keep bottles of champagne on ice wherever they’re observing, just in case.
There is currently a community of people living on top of a mountain in France. They believe that on December 21, aliens will emerge from the mountain to save them from the apocalypse.
Vatican wants to baptize aliens and convert them to Christianity.
In 1977 five TV stations in the UK had their audio simultaneously hijacked for over 6 minutes by someone claiming to be an Alien and warning Earth.