A SHOCKING video claims France’s first female astronaut screamed “Earth must be warned!” before she attempted suicide.
Claudie Haigneré, 59, reportedly had to “be restrained” after yelling the eerie caution prior to falling into a coma from an overdose of sleeping pills.
France’s first female spacewoman supposedly informed of an alien attack in disturbing shouts formerly she tried suicide, a dreadful video claims. Claudie Haigneré reportedly had to “be controlled” later screaming “Earth must be warned” just previously she fell into a coma after allegedly compelling an overdose of sleeping medications. It is then appealed that her test site where she allegedly worked on human/alien DNA investigation was devastated by fire.
In a six minute YouTube video by machination theorists UFOmania it titles the 59-year-old was demanding to caution the Earth regarding life in outside space. In December 2008, Claudie was dashed to hospital after ostensibly compelling an overdose.
It was described that she was initiate sensible but had to be unemotional while shattering, “Earth must be warned!” before losing into a coma. Valued scientist Claudie was a backup team member for the 1993 Mir Altaïr mission, which comprised of her future husband, Jean-Pierre Haigneré.
She then went on to converted into the first European woman to visit the International Space Station in 2001. After retiring from space work, Claudie arrived in French politics. The statement made by the female spacewoman is indeed a mystery.