For the past couple of decades, Tom Delonge, former Blink-182 guitarist has been researching and investigating alien and UFO phenomena’s. He has recently come out to the public promising UFO disclosure.
Tom Delonge’s Experiences With Aliens and UFO Disclosure
Delonge had this to say in reference to UFO disclosure, “There’s a lot that I can’t say, but there’s some that I can, but there will be an announcement in like 60 days.”
Years ago, Delonge had his first exchange with a government official about extra-terrestrials that changed his life.
“The general looked me in the eyes and said, ‘It was the Cold War and everything we did at the time was because nuclear war could break out at any given day. And somewhere in there we stumbled upon the UFO phenomenon.’ And I remember right when he said that, my heart just started beating like crazy in my chest, I got all the chills. The next conversation that happened for an hour at that booth was extraordinary, life changing." Said Delonge.
Since then, Delonge has claimed that he himself had interacted with an aliens near area 51. He has become extremely vocal on the topic of UFOs. He believes disclosure will soon happen on a grander scale and people will know the truth about extra-terrestrials and UFOs on earth.
Delonge Produces UFO Disclosure Series
This information comes just several days before the release of the last episode of a series he’s been producing called Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.
You can watch the six-part series on the History Channel. The last episode is called ‘The Revelation’. Delonge announces that there will be video evidence in this episode that will shock people as well as confessions from witnesses that are mind-blowing. The episode will air July 5th, 2019.
The series also includes and features former government officials revealing information in effort to change government policies about UFOs and their possible threat to national security.
Could this be an effort to bring back project Blue Book? Project Blue Book was a secret department within the air force where government officials investigated UFO and alien sightings of all kinds. The project ran from 1947 to 1969. Hopefully this time around, the project would exclude efforts to debunk sightings.
What Delonge Has to Say on Disclosure
After being asked on tweeter whether or not UFOs are real, Delonge had this to say, “Everyone will know the reality soon, and unfortunately it’s just not something to laugh at. It’s pretty unnerving, with some bad news, some good news."
In 2016, Delonge announced that he’d left Blink-182 in order to dedicate his time to UFOs and UFO research. He has so far written a few books about aliens. He has founded an alien research group called To the Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences. In his series, he uses credible people who have experience in the world of ufology.
What Delonge Has to Say About the Series
“With this show, the real conversation can finally begin. I’m thankful to History for giving the To The Stars Academy team of world-class scientists, engineers and intelligence experts the opportunity to tell the story in a comprehensive and compelling way. I think everyone that watches the show will walk away with questions answered and a feeling of, ‘wow, I get it now,'” says Delonge.