For a link to check it out on Amazon, click here.
Let me inform those of you who are not well-versed in classic rock, Sammy Hagar is mostly well-known for being the 2nd lead singer of the group Van Halen. He's a Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer, and he also has the nickname "The Red Rocker." Right now he's making music with the supergroup Chickenfoot.
But back to the alien thing...
In his new book, Hagar discusses how when he was only four years old, he saw what he thought to be "a car with no wheels...floating across a field." He now believes it was really a UFO.
Later experiences of his include being "plugged in" to actual aliens from other planets, as well as seeing another ship and two creatures (though he couldn't see their faces).
"They were connected to me," he says, "tapped into my mind through some kind of mysterious wireless connection...They were tapped into my brain and the knowledge was transferred back and forth."
To those of you who may have your doubts, he insists it "friggin' happened."
For a full interview from The Guardian on the subject, click here.
The book was ironically released on March 20, which I just learned is "Alien Abduction Day." Coincidence? Naaaah. Hagar knew what he was doing.
What do you think?
Think he's crazy?
Think he's telling the truth?
Do you believe in alien abductions?
As always, the comments section is open for you to share your views, and your weird news. Thanks for stopping by today!