UFOs could be coming from under the sea rather than space, claim cop who traded in his badge to research alien activity.
The Vice President of the new International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER), Gary Heseltine told The Sun that the recent videos of UFOs surrounding military vessels are game-changers in explaining their origin.
Former police officer Gary claims the video where a US Navy ship was seen swarmed by flying objects has lead researchers to believe alien bases lie underwater.
Speaking to the paper, he said: "UFOs are often seen coming in and out of the water so suspect that in our deepest oceans and trenches we may well have alien bases.
"That sounds crazy but if you think about it we only know 5% of the ocean, we know more about the surface of the moon or Mars than our own oceans.
"So that would seem to me why UFOs are seen regularly coming in and out of water."
Heseltine spent six years working with the Royal Air Force police, 24 years with the British Transport Police and launched a national database for UFO sightings for cops whiles till a serving officer in 2002 – before retiring from the force in 2013 to focus on his research.
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But this ex-copper isn't the only one who believes aliens are coming from the sea.
In a Daily Star exclusive, filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, who released the now-famous "pyramid UFO" videos, says craft seen swarming US Navy ships are "transmedium" – meaning they can operate both in the air and underwater.
He said: "UFOs may be coming from a distant place but often, we see them coming from a much closer place.
"As you would have an embassy in a foreign land, it is possible that there's a congregation or a station or a location underwater, where UFOs could be transiting from once they're here, wherever they come from.
"That is a possibility that UFOs are transiting from a localised place underneath the water."
US intelligence officials have been ordered to compile a dossier on UFOs for Congress after a flurry of videos filmed by US Navy and Air Force personnel were leaked – and the report is due for release this month.
The newly formed ICER is made up of UFO researchers and scientists from 27 countries around the world with the aim of discovering the truth about alien life.
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