Hillary Clinton has vowed to "get to the bottom" of UFOs if she becomes the next President of the United States. She believes we may already have been visited by extra-terrestrials.
Responding to a question about UFOs from a journalist while campaigning in New Hampshire, she reportedly said: "Yes, I'm going to get to the bottom of it."
Clinton, who could become America's first female president if elected in November, also said she would send a "task force" into Area 51 - a top secret base in Nevada where UFO enthusiasts believe alien technology is being back-engineered.
John Podesta, her campaign chairman, has previously called for the release of all UFO files as the “American people can handle the truth”.
Last year Bill Clinton told US chat show host Jimmy Kimmel he wouldn't be surprised if alien life visited Earth but said he hoped it "wouldn't be like Independence Day".
He also said he had looked into Area 51 but added: "There are no aliens there."
When asked about her husband's comments, Hillary said: "I think we may have been (visited already). We don't know for sure."
In 1993, Clinton, when he was president, was approached by billionaire Laurance Rockefeller to release all UFO files to the public.
The Clintons even met with the philanthropist and financier, part of the American banking dynasty, at his ranch in Wyoming in August, 1995, as part of the so-called "Rockefeller Initiative".
Retired detective constable Gary Heseltine, who has been researching UFOs for 40 years and edits UFO Truth Magazine, said: "I am well aware of the Rockefeller initiative and that both the Clintons were heavily involved in it.