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01: Lord Louis Mountbatten
1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma Royal ufologist. Lord Mountbatten's interest in UFOs is well documented and beyond dispute.
"A far-fetched explanation, but while discussing flying saucers with his daughter Patricia and his close friend Peter Murphy, Ziegler quotes that they were both convinced that they come from another planet but we mutually and independently came to the conclusion that they were not 'aeroplanes' with silly little almost human pilots but are themselves the actual inhabitants: Martians, Venusians, Jupiterians or what have you. Why should life in another planet with entirely different conditions in any way resemble life on our planet? Their inhabitants might be 'gaseous' or circular or very large. They certainly don't breathe, they may not have to eat and I doubt if they have babies, bits of their great discs may break away and grow into a new creature. The fact that they can hover and accelerate away from the earth's gravity again and even revolve round a V2 in America (as reported by their head scientist) shows that they are far ahead of us. If they really come over in a big way that may settle the capitalist-communist war. If the human race wishes to survive they may have to band together."
Source: AOL interview7.
02: Prince Phillip
The Duke of Edinburgh.
"There are many reasons to believe that they [UFOs] do exist; there is so much evidence from reliable witnesses."
Source: Sunday Dispatch, London, 28 March 1954.