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'I BELIEVE' Robbie Williams admits he’s afraid of being ‘taken over by hitchhiking aliens’ after visit to UFO-plagued ranch
He goes on to stress his belief in aliens, adding: "If I'm honest I should not have the luxury to disbelieve either, I believe there's other stuff there, I've said it. I always try and qualify that with 'but I'm not sure, because I might be crazy and don't worry about me, I'm just an idiot', but I do believe." George, 66, said: "The Universe is more mysterious, wondrous and complicated than we imagined. Reality is more complicated than what it might seem." Robbie, who has been passionate about UFOs for years, claims he came within touching distance of a UFO in the documentary. He said: "I've seen a few strange things. I've experienced phenomena I can't explain.
"I've seen one right above me and if I got a tennis ball out I could have hit it with a tennis ball. "No substance was involved. No, no substance was involved at all." The documentary Hunt for the Skinwalker is based on a best-selling book by George and Dr Colm Kelleher, who joined a scientific team of PhD-level investigators from the National Institute Discovery Science who moved into the property to probe the ranch, spearheaded by Las Vegas billionaire Robert Bigelow. They spent more than a decade at the ranch interviewing witnesses, searching for explanations and even experiencing unknown forces.
The duo followed a team of scientists as they investigated strange phenomena at the Skinwalker ranch which borders an ancient Navajo reservation in Utah, USA. The site is said to be a hotbed of UFOs, weird lights, cattle mutilations, poltergeist activity and strange animals. The documentary is named after "Skinwalkers" who were mythical ancient witches, according to the native American Navajo tribe. Robbie visited the ranch with a film crew who filmed the weird phenomena.
The owners fled from the property in 1996 after a barrage of paranormal activity including cattle mutilations, crop circles, strange birds and other animals and UFOs the size of "two football fields" and alien figures "over seven feet tall." In one incident, the family saw a wolf attacking one of their cattle. They shot the wolf several times with a handgun but the wolf did not react and appeared unharmed. Robbie has been passionate about UFOs since 2008 when he grew a beard and vanished from the public spotlight probe UFO sightings with Guardian hack Jon Ronson.
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: ManBehindTheMask
I am very cautious of Robbie. I would however like to know what has been discovered as of late. Skin Walker holds many mysteries , that I have never found an answer to yet.
originally posted by: Artemis12
a reply to: Sabrechucker
I would love the opportunity to visit this ranch, fear to me is like a dream, it means nothing. Confronting any entities here would not scare me, nothing scares me anymore. The intrigue however fascinates to no end.