Jack Osbourne talks about aliens with human DNA on podcast

Jack Osbourne was a guest star on Rhys Darby’s new podcast, Aliens Like Us where he touched on a 1970’s UFO crash and a surprising discovery about the occupants of the craft.

Jack Osbourne and renowned ufologist, Richard Dolan recently appeared on actor/comedian Rhys Darby’s new podcast, Aliens Like Us. Darby is a well-known New Zealand entertainer who played Guy Mann in the popular The X-Files episode, Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-Monster. He also starred in Flight of the Conchords on HBO as Murray Hewitt.

On the inaugural episode, Osbourne and Dolan discussed alien technology, UFO crashes and a shocking discovery that one of Jack’s producer friends made while researching a TV project.

Everyone knows that Ozzy’s son is into the paranormal. Currently, he is hosting a series on Travel Channel, called Portals to Hell.

Apparently, Jack and his father are both believers in extraterrestrials. The younger Osbourne witnessed an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) in California when he was 13-years-old. So, it is no surprise that he is open minded when it comes to fringe topics.

A close friend of Jack’s used to produce shows on UFOs for Fox in the 1990’s. While researching a 1970’s crash of an otherworldly craft, he stumbled upon some disturbing information. When the military recovered the UAP, they found bodies.

Now, whenever aliens are mentioned most people think of the traditional greys with the huge craniums and gigantic dark, almond shaped eyes. However, this isn’t what the officers found when they were combing the wreckage.

These particular extraterrestrial biological entities (EBEs) were human in appearance except they were taller with bigger heads and larger eyes. Inside the UFO, writing was discovered which turned out to be exceedingly familiar.

HLA tests were performed on these beings. During the 1970’s, DNA testing was in its infancy. At that time, scientists would do tissue typing and that is how the Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) was discovered. This is a protein that runs throughout the body but isn’t found in red blood cells. It is a way to determine paternity.

The results were shocking to say the least. These creatures possessed human DNA leading to the conclusion that the occupants of the UFO were in essence, time travelers.

While this sounds like a far-fetched explanation, maybe it isn’t. Take the Rendlesham Forest incident of 1980 in England, for instance. This sighting was deemed, “Britain’s Roswell.” When a craft landed in the woods, near RAF Woodbridge, which our Air Force was using at the time, two servicemen were dispatched to investigate.

What they encountered was a vehicle not of this world and when one of them touched it, they received a series of numbers telepathically that turned out to be binary code with a message hidden inside. The craft of unknown origin was believed to be occupied by time traveling humans from the future.

A recent article on Space.com, talks about the book, Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Scientific Approach to the UFO Phenomenon. In it, Michael Masters, a biological anthropology professor at Montana Technical Institute in Butte, alleges that alien spacecraft are vehicles created to move through time and that the occupants are more evolved versions of us.

To hear this interesting discussion with Jack Osbourne, tune into Aliens Like Us:

Do you think UFOs aren’t extraterrestrial in nature but future versions of our species traveling backwards in time? Let us know in the comments.