New York City is home to practically every ethnic group under the sun, and if one UFO researcher gets his way, it will soon be host to every extraterrestrial species in the universe.
Michael Luckman, author of Alien Rock, has shifted his time from writing books to writing ballot initiatives — specifically one that, if passed, would create an ET Affairs Commission. The panel would consist of seven volunteers who would meet twice a year to gather the most compelling evidence regarding the existence of extraterrestrials and UFOs and post it on the city’s website.
UFO researcher Michael Luckman wants New York voters to decide whether the city should have an ET Affairs Commission to help decide the best place to put a landing site in the city.
The initiative is almost identical to one being considered by Denver voters, but while that city’s altitude makes it closer to outer space than New York, Luckman believes there’s no contest as to which burg ETs should visit first.
“New York is the media capital of the world,” Luckman told AOL News. “UFOs don’t visit that often, but there have been some extraordinary sightings. Muhammad Ali was training for a fight with George Foreman and running in Central Park when he saw a UFO. It was a mother ship and out of that came a smaller ship.
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