Sammy Hagar Abducted By Aliens
The Chickenfoot frontman claims hsi brain was downloaded
In a new interview with MTVHive.com about his new autobiography Hagar described his extra-terrestrial experiences.
Here's an excerpt (interviewer questions in bold)::
Have you ever been abducted by aliens?
I think I have.
What? Really? I was kidding. You seriously believe that?
[Laughs.] Now you’re making me sound like a crazy person.
How is that crazy? I wasn’t there, I don’t know what happened to you.
Remember the story in the book, where I have a dream about being contacted by aliens in the foothills above Fontana?
Yeah, yeah, I’ve got the page right here. "I saw a ship and two creatures inside of this ship... And they were connected to me, tapped into my mind through some kind of mysterious wireless connection." You’re telling me that wasn’t a dream?
That’s right. It was real. [Aliens] were plugged into me. It was a download situation. This was long before computers or any kind of wireless. There weren’t even wireless telephones. Looking back now, it was like, "F**k, they downloaded something into me!" Or they uploaded something from my brain, like an experiment. "See what this guy knows."
And this actually happened?
That happened. That friggin' happened, I’ll tell you right now. Another thing happened when I was about four that I didn’t put into the book. One time I saw what I considered to be, well, at the time I thought it was a car with no wheels. We lived out in the country and I saw this thing floating across a field, creating this big dust storm. I threw rocks at it and shit. And I don’t know what happened after that.
You blacked out?
I guess. I just have no memory of it. And that wasn't a dream. It was during daylight.
I can understand your apprehension. Alien abduction is a tough sell.
Especially back a few decades ago, when this stuff happened to me. I couldn’t talk about it because I didn’t know how to explain it. I didn’t understand the technology. But now I’m pretty sure it was a wireless situation. Either a download or upload. They were tapped into my brain and the knowledge was transferred back and forth. I could see them and everything while it was happening. There was a visual involved, almost like ... I don’t know. [Laughs.] Don’t get me going!
If they were downloading something from your brain, I guess the joke’s on them. Unless they were hoping for the lyrics to "Rock Candy."
Oh yeah, I’m sure they were. [Laughs.] Montrose was a very special band.
You can read the full interview HERE
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