The buzz is noises from the camp of presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton amid claims she will force “UFO disclosure” if she makes it to the White House.
The disclosure movement seeks release of ALL top-secret and confidential files held by US authorities on anything to do with aliens and UFOs.
Conspiracy theorists and UFO-logists claimed various governments have evidence of alien visitations which have been withheld from the public amid fears over potential impacts on religion and the rule of law.
Bill and Hillary have long intrigued the movement after making little publicised moves in the 1990s to bring about disclosure.
Things really heated up in January when Mrs Clinton said she wanted to open up on what is happening at the mysterious Area 51 military base in Nevada, where UFO conspiracists believe evidence of alien technology is hidden away.
Responding to questions about UFOs during an interview in New Hampshire, she said: “I am going to get to the bottom of it.”
Temperatures raised another notch this month when her most trusted advisor John Podesta reaffirmed her commitment to release top-secret UFO files.
Podesta himself has long called for answers and full disclosure.
These types of announcements may well gain Mrs Clinton votes from UFO fans.
However, some lobbyists would rather see a different form of disclosure from Camp Clinton.
The Paradigm Research Group is interested in claims aliens not only visit Earth, but secretly engage with world leaders.
It was set up to campaign for the lifting of what it is alleges is a “truth embargo” it says has been in force since the 1940s.