The late singer and frontman of renowned rock band Linkin Park, Chester Bennington, witnessed an unidentified flying object, according to a radio interview posted just six months ago. TexasUFOs readers who are fans of Bennington's distinct voice and musical style, will be especially interested to learn that the talented rocker was also a believer in UFOs.
Sadly, Bennington joins a tragic list of recently decease "celebrity" UFO witnesses. Boxer Muhammad Ali and Megadeath drummer Nick Menza were both outspoken about their belief in UFOs, and pop artist Prince even wrote a song about chemtrails.
In the KISSFM radio interview posted below, you can watch and listen to Linkin Park's Chester Bennington recount a UFO he saw in Arizona that, in his opinion, "could not have been man-made":
"It is the only time I've seen something that I could not logically put a reasonable explanation together... for what I'd just seen...."
Unfortunately, no details about the actual UFO were shared in the interview, so audiences are left to wonder what Bennington really saw in Arizona. Did the rock musician witness a flying saucer, or perhaps something similar to the famous Phoenix Lights Incident, a mass UFO sighting event in 1997 that even actor Kurt Russel witnessed?
I will try to follow up for more information about this sighting, but you are welcome to share your take in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
It is always helpful when public figures are brave enough to come forward with their personal UFO sightings, as it gives great momentum to the UFO Disclosure movement.
Bennington was also the frontman of Stone Temple Pilots, and the lead singer of Dead by Sunrise. He was only 41 when he died, and is survived by his wife and six children. TexasUFOs sends its deepest condolences to Bennington's family and loved ones during this extremely difficult time.