Buzz Aldrin, NASA’s second man on the moon has passed a lie detector test proving that he says the truth when it comes to the sighting of unidentified flying objects during his mission in the Apollo 11. However, the sighting as stated by Aldrin is limited to the technical definition of a UFO, rather than the prospect of alien life forms being closely observant to humans.
However, the 88-year-old astronaut said that the possibility of aliens being real is not too far-fetched, and for other life forms to exist in the Milky Way is highly certain to be possible. Aldrin did mention that it may be a long time until humans get to meet proper aliens, since “it seems pretty doubtful, at least in our lifetimes”, he said.
Aldrin has been mentioning the sighting of the UFO for several years now. In 2005, he told an interviewer about the “L-shaped object” he and other crew members saw, but he did note that he was 99.9 percent sure for it to be part of the detached panel of the spacecraft.
A bizarre report claims to prove Buzz Aldrin saw aliens. Here’s the truth https://t.co/wbUTnNj8dY
— The Independent (@Independent) April 9, 2018
Aldrin and other astronauts have claimed UFOs exist for years
Curiously, Aldrin’s witness words coincide with those by the other NASA astronauts that reportedly told media about their similar experience. Aldrin said “something out there that was close enough to be observed (…) sort of L-shaped.” This was later confirmed as an honest statement by a lie detector.
“There were many explanations of what that could be, other than another spacecraft from another country or another world – it was either the rocket we had separated from, or the 4 panels that moved away when we extracted the lander from the rocket and we were nose to nose with the two spacecraft.
The truth is out there and he's been as "out there" as you can get. Buzz Aldrin says he saw UFO's on his way to the moon… and his lie detector test says he's telling the truth! #fox35 https://t.co/xTBeCQUT9V #UFO
— bob frier (@Fox35Bob) April 9, 2018
However, other Astronauts like Al Worden, part of the Apollo 15 crew, Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper, who were aboard on the Apollo 14 also claim to have witnessed the sighting of UFOs. They all gave a similar description of the UFO, but Aldrin explained that despite not being entirely sure there could be a chance of the L-shaped object to be from another country or from another planet.
According to bioacoustics expert researcher Sharry Edwards, who has had 3 decades of experience in her field, described Aldrin’s vocal patterns as proof that he was certain he saw a UFO. Other bioacoustics tests identified similar voice patterns in fellow astronauts to those found on Aldrin, especially in Al Worden who claimed to have seen alien life while on space.