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British TV broadcast hijacked by Vrillon

British TV broadcast hijacked by Vrillon, representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command.

26 November, 1977

On 26th November 1977, Southern Television broadcast was hijacked by someone named “Vrillon”. The British channel broadcast was interrupted for about 6 minutes starting at 17:12. Vrillon claimed to be a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command and supposedly had a message for humanity to live in peace and desist all violence for continued survival.

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