Filmmaker and 'Nub TV' host Mark Christopher Lee has investigated claims that British monarch King Charles once piloted a UFO whilst he was stationed in Sandy Point, Canada.
King Charles once flew a UFO, new show 'Nub TV' has claimed.
Filmmaker and 'Nub TV' host Mark Christopher Lee - who recently called on the British monarch to help push for disclosure regarding alien spacecraft - has stated that he has received testimony and evidence regarding the royal family's interest in UFOs dating back to Earl Louis Mountbatten, Prince Phillip's uncle, who allegedly had a UFO land on his Broadlands Estate.
This interest was then passed onto Phillip - who died in April 2021 aged 99 - who himself was regularly briefed on the latest UFO news from his private secretary. Phillip took a keen interest in the Rendlesham Forest incident which has been dubbed as the "British Roswell".
The show investigates the outlandish claim from a former colleague of King Charles who alleges that they were both working on Project Serpico in Sandy Point in Canada during 1975.
This alleged project was set up to investigate new forms of transport with particular reference to magnetism. The source also alleges that they had secured technology developed from the Germans after World War II which itself was developed from a crashed UFO.
In 1975, whilst stationed in Sandy Point, the then Prince Charles was alleged to have actually flew one of these craft - a smaller UFO type vehicle that looked like a version of the Avrocar which was developed unsuccessfully in Canada in 1959.
Charles’ craft actually had three pilots with three pilot domes all encased in a heat sensitive glass dome to protect the pilots from the magnetic effects given off by the larger craft controlling their flight.
The craft gave off a blue ionic flame and was able to submerse into the water.
The larger craft followed behind Charles and was controlling his craft’s flight by means of some form of electro magnetic force. That vehicle looked like a massive helicopter with long blades.
The project was also testing submersible UFO type vehicles which could manoeuvre in both air and water. These had been tested in the Sandy Bay Area since the 1950s and one of these experimental craft may have even led to the nearby famous Shag Harbour UFO incident of 1967 where a low flying object was seen entering the waters of the harbour.
The story is investigated in the new series of 'Nub TV', which is available on Ayozat TV, Channel 186 on Sky and Tubi in the US.
'Nub TV' is a new show mixing UFOs, the paranormal and music.
It is hosted by Mark Christopher Lee and Guy Thompson and now in it’s fourth season during which they will explore Crop Circles, Alien Abductions, The Mental Internet, Bigfoot and Charles’ alleged UFO experience.
Programme makers contacted Buckingham Palace for verification of this alleged event.
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