As he prepares to travel to space, William Shatner, 90, admits to being “terrified of aliens.”


As he prepares to travel to space, William Shatner, 90, admits to being “terrified of aliens.”

As he prepares to travel to space for the first time, Star Trek star William Shatner has acknowledged that he is frightened of aliens. The Captain Kirk actor admitted to being “frightened” by seeing UFOs up close and perplexed by the thought of being “probed” by aliens.

When Shatner, 90, boards Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ new rocket, the New Shepard, as part of Blue Origin’s launch on Tuesday, he will become the world’s oldest astronaut.

And the James T Kirk star, who famously met ETs while commanding the USS Enterprise, reveals that he doesn’t want to see aliens when he glances out the window.

“I’m thinking, ‘I’m going up in a rocket, and our best assumption is that everything will be fine?” he added. I’m scared to death. I’m Captain Kirk, and I’m scared to death.

“I’m not really scared, but I am.” It’s like a summer cold in that it comes and goes.” “When I’m out there, what will I see?” I want to press my nose against the window’s plastic.

“The last thing I want to see is someone else looking back at me.” No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no

“Not only will I be able to view the majesty of space and the Oasis of Earth, but isn’t it possible that things will fly by as we’ve seen on cameras? Man, I’m freaked out.

The actor claims that he believes in extraterrestrial existence.

“I’ve been informed there are extremophiles surviving in 600°F water in sulphur 30 feet below the ocean and in sulphur, and they’re alive these worms and these clams,” he continued.

“Are worms and clams piloting these UFOs?” I’m not sure.

“However, they are unidentifiable.” That is undeniable. Who’s in charge of piloting them? That is, after all, the question.” “Everyone believes there are small green men up in space,” he said, “but it’s big green women.” Shatner also made fun of the Blue Origin shuttle, which has been likened as a penis by many.

“We’re disseminating the space program,” he remarked. When they say insertion, however, it appears to be quite amusing.

“I understand. And things like that go up and boom in the middle of the night, which is a little frightening.” The star, on the other hand, turned solemn, expressing his fear for his breathing during the travel.

“My fear is that you won’t be able to breathe as you climb, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.” That is, however, what they claim. I’m a really quiet person. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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