Fran Drescher Thinks Aliens Planted A Chip In Her

By Mack Rawden 2012-01-27 21:58:38
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I used to think people that believed in ghosts were weirdos. I was convinced they didnít exist, and I mistakenly assumed anyone who did lived on the fringes of society. Thanks to Celebrity Ghost Stories, I have changed my perspective a bit. Iím still no more convinced spirits are lingering among us, but I now accept the fact that a remarkably high percentage of people are willing to entertain the notion. As far as belief in alien abductions go, Iím still comfortable relegating that viewpoint to the margins. Fran Drescher however does not share my skepticism. In fact, she apparently believes she herself was once kidnapped by aliens.

Speaking to The Huffington Post, the former star of The Nanny told the outlet both she and her husband witnessed aliens among us while they were each in middle school. They didnít know each other at the time and the encounters were separate, but once she got wind of that crazy coincidence, she couldnít help thinking they were linked. She has the scar to prove it too. The former couple once shared not only a bed but matching scars in the same places. Her ex-husband Peter wasnít so convinced the coincidence was cosmic, but she saw a larger conspiracy. Hereís what she told the former lover after he swept aside her theoryÖ
"I said to him, that's what the aliens programmed us to think, but really, that's where the chip is."

To be perfectly honest, this whole thing sounds a bit like an elaborate joke, but The Huffington Post made it very clear in the article that Drescher is serious about her opinions. No word on why the predestined scars couldnít keep the couple out of divorce court, but if she ever speaks to that, weíll be sure and let you know her thoughts.
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