Prince Charles Allegedly Subscribes To UFO Magazine After Witnessing A Spaceship Land On His Uncle's Garden
Prince Charles is reported to be a believer of UFO as he witnessed a UFO land in the garden of his late uncle. Charles, 66, and his dad Prince Philip, 93, allegedly had Flying Saucer Review posted in unmarked envelopes after the aircraft's appearance.
The claim was made by retired doctor-turned-UFO expert Steven Greer. Greer believed that he have helped Charles by supplying him with documents about alien encounters at the London premiere of Star Trek film First Contact in 1996.
“The late publisher, who was former British Intelligence, Gordon Creighton, told me personally that the royal family received it on a regular basis. Prince Philip and Princes Charles were very interested in it. You can trace this back to the event where this object landed on Lord Mountbatten’s place. He told me that he saw to it personally that they received it. They way it was delivered was in an unmarked enveloped. They wanted to keep it quiet. You can trace this back to the event where this object landed on Lord Mountbatten’s place. You’re not going to dismiss someone you love and trust the way you would some wild story you heard in the pub.” - STEVEN GREER
Lord Mountbatten got assassinated by an IRA boat bomb while fishing on the coast of Ireland in 1979. Dr Greer also claims that he was able to receive a glowing note from Charles’ secretary after providing him with the ET dossier.
“A briefing I put together for President Clinton was handed off by a famous movie star called James Cromwell at an opening in London at the request of Prince Charles. It was a lot of technical data. It dealt with government documents that we’ve collected, actual scientific cases. I got a lovely note back from Prince Charles’ secretary for the briefing materials that I provided. It was a very nice, supportive note thanking me for providing the information and wishing that I had good luck continuing this efforts to disclose this information.” - STEVEN GREER
Despite Dr. Greer's claims thatbthe Royal Highness was indeed a subscriber of the said contents, Clarence House says that:
"We have no record of any subscription to this magazine."