Robbie Williams looking for Oz aliens
Robbie Williams is reportedly looking for a property in Wycliffe Well, Australia, so he can go UFO hunting
This article is from 2009.
Robbie Williams is house hunting in Australia - so he can go UFO hunting.
The 'Bodies' singer arrived in Sydney this week with girlfriend Ayda Field to promote his new album, 'Reality Killed the Video Star', and will also use the trip as an opportunity to find a property in the Australian Outback.
One of Robbie's team has already been to visit the Holiday Park, in Wycliffe Well, which has more reported UFO sightings than any other place in Australia.
Lew Farkas, the owner of the Holiday Park, told the Courier News newspaper: "A mate of his came and stayed here and was telling me how Robbie was right into UFOs and was a real buff on the subject. He said he would let him know about Wycliffe Well and the UFO element.
"Being the UFO buff that he is, it would fit in with his way of thinking. Maybe it could be a joint venture. He might want to invest in it and I could look after it."
Wycliffe Well is ranked 5th in the world for reported UFO sightings which date as far back as World War II when serving armed forces recorded strange things in the sky.
Robbie - who became interested in aliens while living in Los Angeles - recently revealed he had a premonition he would eventually live Down Under.
He said: "I'm thinking of coming down there. I have been looking for places out in the Outback, maybe a farm.
Robbie, 35, claims he has had had three alien encounters in his lifetime.
He says the first was when he saw a "square thing" passed 300 feet above his head while he relaxed on a sun lounger at the Beverley Hills hotel in California. The second was while he was playing a song he wrote about alien contact called 'Arizona'.
Robbie who also says while he was in a recording studio a "big strip of black light" miraculously appeared in the room.