Thats the spacey conspiracy theory from mystic guru and alien expert Dr. Wendy Lockwood, who believes the elaborate hot air hoax was more than just a publicity stunt from the parents.
She believes Richard Heene sent his UFO-style balloon into the air to send extraterrestrials a message. What that message was is a mystery, but its possible he was inviting aliens to visit Earth.
Lockwood is sure Heene is well-versed in UFOs, judging by the shape and look of his homemade hovercraft.
She explains, If a person goes to the extent of replicating a UFO, they probably believe in them.
Its also likely that hes been the victim of alien abduction in the past.
Despite the circus that the balloon ballyhoo has become, Lockwood hopes the event opens a little doorway for people to become believers.
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