Scarlett Moffatt appeared on Loose Women earlier today (11 May), claiming that she had been abducted by aliens when she was younger.
'I think they wanted us to think it was a dream.'
Scarlett Moffatt tells the #LooseWomen why she believes she was abducted by aliens as a child :alien:
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Scarlett was on the show to promote her new podcast all about conspiracy theories, which is called Scarlett Moffatt Wants To Believe. What're the chances, eh?
Speaking to Andrea McLean, Nadia Sawalha, Gloria Hunniford and Brenda Edwards, the TV presenter and former Gogglebox star recalled one of her early memories of being 'abducted'.
She explained: "My boyfriend Scott thinks that it's a load of rubbish because I said when I was about 10, a massive beam of light went into my bedroom window and then I had a dream.
"I think they wanted us to think it was a dream that I'd, like, been visited by aliens. But Scott seems to think that it was just a car headlight and it probably was just a dream."
Hmm, can't understand why he'd think that.
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When asked whether she was drunk (she was 10, for crying out loud) and also what her folks thought of it all, Scarlett said that her dad was 'excited' due to his obsession with aliens.
Proving that her old man is into the extra terrestrial, she explained how her middle name is Sigourney, after Sigourney Weaver, because his favourite film is Alien.
Moving on to another of her favourite conspiracy theories, Scarlett went on to explain how she isn't convinced humans have ever landed on the moon.
Oh and, if that wasn't enough, she also reiterated the long-standing theory that Paul McCartney was secretly replaced in The Beatles by a lookalike, adding that lyrics in the band's songs hint at this.
Sounds like a pretty decent podcast, to be fair - you can listen to it here.
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