Eamonn Ansbro, a Roscommon-based astronomer, has attracted international media attention as he claims his research has unearthed evidence of extraterrestrial activity.
For the past 20 years Ansbro, from the town of Boyle, has been carrying out research on extraterrestrial intelligence. His recent work shows that alien space-crafts follow defined paths around the earth.
He is a serious man, a scientist, and he speaks quietly, with down-to-earth conviction. But what he has to say is deeply controversial, leaving him shunned by mainstream science. Ansbro believes that extra-terrestrial intelligence exists, and that surveillance spaceships regularly visit Earth, travelling on specially programmed orbital tracks.
Governments are aware of these UFOs, he says, but are helpless to intervene. Most challengingly of all, Ansbro claims that, using a theory developed by the British aeronautical engineer Roy Dutton, he can predict where and when UFOs will appear, with 80 per cent accuracy or more. “They are not a million miles away,” announces Ansbro. “They are here in our own backyard.”
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