Craig Charles and Sarah Cruddas. Image Credit: YouTube / Sky HISTORY
Craig Charles is fronting a new UFO investigative series alongside space journalist Sarah Cruddas.
Best known for his role as Dave Lister - the last human in the universe in long-running sci-fi sitcom 'Red Dwarf' - Charles is also something of a UFO enthusiast in real life, making his latest venture as host of new Sky History TV series 'Craig Charles: UFO Conspiracies' particularly apt.
Co-hosted by space journalist Sarah Cruddas, the new show takes a fresh look at the available evidence and delves into some of the most perplexing UFO encounters of recent times.
"It's hard not to think, 'Well, what is out there?'" said Charles.
"While we don't ever get to the point of saying 'extraterrestrials exist' in this series, unexplained aerial phenomena definitely do exist. They come in all shapes and sizes: pyramid shaped, boomerang shaped, barrel shaped, dish shaped."
"Some of them can fly and some can swim underwater. They travel at eye-watering speeds of 3,000mph, stop on a pin and change direction."
"They take flight paths that humans would not be able to manage. Whether these are drones, robots or an advanced party from an alien nation, no one knows."
"But they do exist."
On the topic of conclusive proof, however, Charles admits that no matter how compelling the evidence, it will always be impossible to convince everyone.
"You could stick an alien on the six o'clock news, and people who don't believe would think: 'that's just a guy in a suit'," he said.
'Craig Charles: UFO Conspiracies' can be seen on Tuesday evenings on Sky History
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