Dan Aykroyd talks UFOs, recounts phone conversation with Britney Spears interrupted by Men in Black (yes, really)

Lately, Dan Aykroyd sounded a bit loopy, making claims that “Ghostbusters 3” would transfer forward with or with out Invoice Murray. However that’s simply the tip of the iceberg – if you would like actual intrigue, you apparently have to get Aykroyd began on unidentified flying objects.

Whereas selling his Crystal Head Vodka, a totally sane line of liquor packaged inside, naturally, a crystal cranium, Aykroyd spoke to Open Minds about his perception in and experiences with extraterrestrial guests.

The actor’s confidence within the existence of UFOs has already been explored within the 2005 documentary “Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs,” however apparently his perception in otherworldly contact stretches all the way in which again to childhood. The article at Open Minds notes that Aykroyd was first intrigued by the thought of UFOs when he noticed a 1952 {photograph} of unusual lights over the U.S. Capitol constructing. After that, all it took to hammer dwelling a agency perception in UFOs was seeing the unique “The Day the Earth Stood Nonetheless.” Apparently, Aykroyd discovered the plot of the traditional black-and-white sci-fi movie believable, and believes that “if there may be one other species on the market monitoring us, they might be observing how mankind is destroying the planet and would in all probability be involved.”

Essentially the most fascinating (learn: batshit) revelation, nonetheless, pertains to the time that some “Males in Black” monitored Aykroyd’s cellphone name with Britney Spears. As Aykroyd spoke to his “Crossroads” co-star, he seen the conspiracy principle mainstays observing him, however appeared again a second later to comprehend that they have been gone. Shortly afterward, the producers of this system he was taping have been ordered to close all of it down, a seemingly unremarkable coincidence till you notice that the present itself was about to completely blow the lid off this loopy UFO factor.

Watch the video interview under, and ensure to take a look at Open Minds, the place members of the “research-based group with a mission to analyze and report proof of extraterrestial, UFO and different phenomena to a world viewers” astutely level out that Aykroyd himself appeared “mysteriously much like the fabled ‘Males in Black’” in his 1980 movie “The Blues Brothers.”

What do you consider Aykroyd’s claims of UFOs and “Males in Black”? Is he getting too near the reality, or does somebody simply need him to stop encouraging Britney Spears? Inform us within the feedback……

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