By: Kyle James | 09-15-2017 | News
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$100,000 Reward! Bring us Evidence Of Extra-Terrestrials On Earth

James Fox is an American UFO hunter who just took the search for extra-terrestrials to a new level, he has offered $100,000 to anyone who can provide credible evidence of their existence on earth. There is already one candidate for the reward in a sighting in suburban Melbourne which he is investigating now. Fox's idea may not be as crazy as it sounds since just earlier this week the spacecraft Cassini ended its groundbreaking 20-year mission which had discovered the Saturnal moon Enceladus had an ocean and potential hydrothermal activity, all key building blocks for life.

Fox's search is for any signs that extra-terrestrials have made it to Earth however and there is little evidence so far. His main plea is to the government which he believes is holding key photographic and other documented evidence. Fox told "We’re trying to get government officials to come forward and not say ‘Hey, ET has landed’ but there have been events (witnessed) by extremely credible observers of relatively incredible things and we have yet to explain or be able to explain these and to sort of acknowledge some of these incredible events in an official capacity," Fox continued.

"Coupling along with that, we know through interviews with some of the military men and women we met with, that there are bits of evidence, whether it be radar or some photographs of landing gear, that sort of thing, that have never seen the light of day. And we are encouraging any military or government officials with some of these materials a rather large sum of money — $100,000 and possibly more — if they are willing to come forward." So far they have received a few compelling photographs but nothing substantial enough yet to warrant the reward.

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