Robbie Williams pal ‘leaks letter that reveals UK government’s secret UFO probe’

A letter leaked to a pal of Robbie Williams claims the Government is secretly studying alien tech.

Jeremy Corbell, who made a documentary with the Angels singer, obtained a document from a Canadian MP claiming his nation, along with Britain, the USA, Australia and New Zealand – the so-called “Five Eyes” – have been actively “reverse engineering” UFOs since the 1950s.

It was leaked to Mr Corbell, who directed 2018 documentary Hunt For The Skinwalker which featured Williams.

READ MORE: 'Stop arguing about weapons and prepare for war instead,' warns Space Force boss

In it, the former Take That star, 49, who is obsessed with aliens, visited a UFO hotspot in Utah, US.

Dated 22 March 2023, the letter expresses concern that Australia, the UK and the US are preparing a public statement on the existence of a secret UFO research project into “recovered foreign material”.

Former detective Gary Heseltine, 63, of Harrogate, West Yorks who now edits UFO Truth magazine, said the letter “lays bare the dishonesty that the British Government has always had” toward UFOs.

He adds: “The letter makes it clear the UK, as part of the ‘Five Eyes’ group, is well aware of the significant UFO information.”

Earlier this week the Daily Star reported that a dad is utterly convinced that there’s life out in the stars after he claimed to have spotted his second UFO in his hometown in a year.

  • 'Captured' alien planet may be 'hiding' at the edge of the solar system

Lancashire dad Mike Stoddart said he and his wife saw an “orange glow” fly across the evening sky as they sat in their home in Bacup, near Rochdale, earlier this month.

Mike was taken aback, and claimed that almost exactly one year ago he spotted a similar mysterious sight in the same location.

He said: "I never disbelieved there wasn't aliens about because of the technologies available. I didn't believe it until I saw it last time and now after this I'm convinced. People will say this and that but I think they don't want to believe it."

For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.

Source: Read Full Article