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Did a Former French Astronaut Warned About Aliens Before Attempting to Commit Suicide?

Nov 18, 2016 10:07 AM EST

Did the first French astronaut warn everyone about aliens before attempting to commit suicide?

Astronaut Claudia Haigneré went to coma after an apparent attempt to commit suicide through sleeping pills overdose in 2008. But rumors claim that she said something before losing consciousness. The scientist and astronaut alleged shouted "Earth must be warned" before falling into a coma according to UFOmania Youtube channel.

The channel is also responsible for releasing the video that led to speculations that the astronaut is trying to warn the Earth about the existences of extraterrestrial beings. As of today, the video has been viewed more than one million times that means the interest with her story is really intense.

The 59-year old seasoned astronaut had been an alternate crew for the Mis Altair mission in 1993 where she met her husband Jean-Pierre Haigneré. She also holds the title as the first French woman astronaut to reach the International Space Station (ISS).

The esteemed scientist also has an asteroid named after her and her husband, the asteroid 135268 Haigneré. Haigneré retired and join politics as a minister delegate until 2005. However, reports say that budgets for scientific research and purposes were still trimmed down.

After her short political stint, she joined a bio lab where rumors of her suicide attempts surfaced. The former astronaut was allegedly forced to be restrained while shouting "Earth Must be Warned", according to a report by the New York Post.

Some experts say that her condition could be blamed to the 'burnout syndrome' but it doesn't sit right for alien hunters and conspiracy theorists. However, despite the resurfacing of her story, some say that the video released is only partially true.

The astronaut indeed tried to commit suicide in 2008 but the rest of the information stated in the abovementioned video may actually be just fictitious accounts like the alleged existence of human/alien DNA because do such thing exist.

So experts are warning the public to be careful because they should not believe everything on the Internet, because like most alien and UFO sightings recorded, chances are they are hoaxes.

 

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