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Robbie Williams to build UFO spotting base

By T.K. Randall
September 7, 2012 · Comment icon 16 comments



Image Credit: CC 2.0 Jeanie Mackinder
The former 'Take That' singer believes White Rock Island in California would be the ideal location.
It is believed that Robbie is hoping to purchase the 1.3 acre island so that he can construct a luxury resort from which he and his wife can watch the skies for signs of extraterrestrial visitors. During a visit to the island last year he'd found that the low light pollution and clear view of the night sky provided an ideal location for the project.

The singer has often been associated with UFOs due to his keen interest in the subject. During his sabbatical between 2007 and 2008 he was alleged to have devoted his time to pursuing the phenomenon and is said to have witnessed a UFO three times.
Robbie Williams is reportedly set to buy White Rock Island, California, with plans to turn it into a base for spotting UFOs.


Source: NME | Comments (16)




Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #7 Posted by Golly Buster 11 years ago
The singer has said that he has seen UFOs before, and is reportedly willing to pay $659,000 (414,778) for White Rock Island.Meanwhile, Williams is set to release a brand new solo album this autumn. 'Take The Crown' will come out on November 5. His ninth studio LP was recorded in Los Angeles blah blah blah.... A cynic might suggest that Robbie Williams PR people figured that a quirky UFO island story would be a guaranteed way to get Robbie back in the news so that information about his bull**** new pop album could be spread at the same time to the 3G demographic (Gays, Girls and Grannies).
Comment icon #8 Posted by Ninhursag 11 years ago
Ahhh The Sort Of Ideas That Pop Into Your Mind When You 're Dirty Rich
Comment icon #9 Posted by notoverrated 11 years ago
i would go there.
Comment icon #10 Posted by Mr. Smith 11 years ago
I wouldn't. I already live in a great no light pollution area. And there's no fake stars. Just real stars.
Comment icon #11 Posted by DONTEATUS 11 years ago
I wouldn't. I already live in a great no light pollution area. And there's no fake stars. Just real stars. BUt it just might help Robbie Williams If he would get the Real Robin Williams to come on board the project ! At Least we could have some real humor ! Nanu-Nanu ! You still Rock Mork !
Comment icon #12 Posted by thewonderman 11 years ago
Just seen a light bombing across the sky and it kind of accelerated like a Z just keep on seeing stuff now where I live
Comment icon #13 Posted by The Man Who Fell To Earth 11 years ago
Well I certainly hes better at picking UFO viewing spots than making music.
Comment icon #14 Posted by tipotep 11 years ago
Send someone to abduct me , I need a anal probe , Keep me safe from harm , And oh god that was never going to work ... TiP.
Comment icon #15 Posted by The Sky Scanner 11 years ago
Good for him, he's not hurting anyone, he obviously enjoys the subject, so why not..
Comment icon #16 Posted by PersonFromPorlock 11 years ago
Interesting. Spread a little dirt around the rough spots and you could have the World's largest strawberry planter! http://www.panoramio...sc&user=1163349


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