Scott C. Waring, perhaps the world’s most famous UFO hunter (after Tom Delonge, of course), has built a career asking people to take UFOs seriously.
But it turns out Waring is hoping to grab the attention of one man in particular – Elon Musk.
The UFO fanatic made a name for himself online with the claim there is evidence of extraterrestial life hidden in NASA images and videos.
Examples shared on his website, UFO Sightings Daily, include everything from “space crabs on Mars” to UFO crashes in Russia. There’s also a whole section dedicated to buildings on the moon, and an in-depth description of a supposed alien sighting by John Lennon.
In the past, Waring has sent his “findings” to the UN, with little success, and is now barraging Elon Musk with messages instead.
Unfortunately for Waring, the tech billionaire and creator of SpaceX doesn’t seem to be interested, and has been publically ignoring the Ufologist’s tweets.
Waring’s latest pursuit in getting the Tesla founder’s attention was discovered by the account UFO of Interest, which tweeted that he was “making a fool of himself.” Ouch.
And it looks as though this isn’t Waring’s first attempt to make contact with Musk, with evidence the writer has been tweeting at the 47-year-old for months.
In his most recent tweet to Musk, Waring said: “‘I found this 10-mile long alien ship in Waterman crater on Earth’s moon.
“Can you imagine all advanced tech on board? Looks like Voyager but it’s real. Get this ship and it will take humans across the universe. Oh…and I found others.”
He also included a link to an article he’d penned on the subject.
Last month, Waring wrote to Musk: ” I would like to meet with you to discuss a business deal that would allow everyone to send text and photo messages into deep space at the speed of light using a 25-metre radio telescope.
“This way we could send alien species messages…unedited. I have proof it works.”
Although Waring may have failed at getting Musk onboard, he claims his research has been shared by 50,000 news sites across the globe.
Still, we somehow find it hard to believe that reptiles on Mars are a thing.