Buzz Aldrin has lived an exhilarating life and is one of the most renowned astronauts in the world. As a part of the historic Apollo 11 mission, Aldrin is one of the few people to ever set foot on the moon. During his missions, though, he claims he saw something unbelievable on the way to the moon — aliens.
He is so confident in what he witnessed that he agreed to be part of a lie detector test, which he reportedly passed with flying colors. The test took place at the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology in Albany, Ohio, and also included a look at recorded interviews with Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper, who are now deceased.
In 2009, Mitchell claimed he also saw a UFO while in space during the Apollo 14 mission. Cooper also reported seeing what he described as a bunch of fast-moving objects.
The test used the recorded interviews and ran an analysis to determine whether or not the astronauts were telling the truth.
The test included 88-year-old Aldrin and fellow astronaut, Al Worden. According to the Daily Mail, those who conducted the test were “completely convinced” that the interviews with the astronauts would substantiate the claim of alien life outside of Earth.
In the interviews, Aldrin claimed he spotted what looked to be an L-shaped UFO during his voyage to the moon. “There was something out there that was close enough to be observed, sort of L-shaped.”
Aldrin believes that what he saw was a UFO, but one of the employees who was a part of the test, Sharry Edwards, told the Daily Star that Aldrin said logically he “cannot explain it.”
The test, which reportedly used top-secret technology that is said to be more accurate than a traditional lie detector test, determined that the famed astronauts were telling the truth during their various interviews about the subject.