Grant Denyer recalls a UFO sighting while driving at age 19

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Grant Denyer claims to have seen a UFO while driving in Melbourne at age 19 – and admits he kept it a secret because he would be considered a ‘wack job’

Grant Denyer claims to have seen a UFO at the age of 19 while driving his car through Narre Warren in southeastern Melbourne.

Appear on Seven’s spotlight On Sunday, the former Sunrise weather forecaster told investigative reporter Ross Coulthart that he saw “some very strange lights floating in the sky” that were “too bright to be stars or planets.”

The 43-year-old went on to admit that he kept the sighting a secret for a while because you’re often “considered a crazy job.”

'What I saw was real': Grant Denyer, 43, claimed to have seen a UFO while driving in South East Melbourne on Channel Seven's Spotlight (pictured)

‘What I saw was real’: Grant Denyer, 43, claimed to have seen a UFO while driving in South East Melbourne on Channel Seven’s Spotlight (pictured)

“I was driving down the road at night at about nine o’clock in the evening,” Grant recalls. ‘[I] noticed some very strange lights floating in the sky, and they were too bright to be stars or planets.’

The father of three described the five dots, which formed two groups, as “bright as an airplane, but not moving at all.”

When asked by Ross if they were satellites and not a UFO sighting, Grant emphasized that they were absolutely “not satellites.”

“I believe what I saw was some form of UFO,” he claimed, adding that he kept the sighting a secret for a while because “you’re considered a bit of a crazy job.”

The former Sunrise weather forecaster claimed: 'I was driving along the road at night around 9 am. [I] noticed some very strange lights floating in the sky, and they were too bright to be stars or planets.

The former Sunrise weather forecaster claimed, “I was driving along the road at night around 9am. [I] noticed some very strange lights floating in the sky, and they were too bright to be stars or planets.

The former Sunrise weather forecaster claimed, “I was driving along the road at night around 9am. [I] noticed some very strange lights floating in the sky, and they were too bright to be stars or planets.

Grant has now done a full 180 and appeared on national television to say he doesn’t care what people think because he knows what he saw.

‘What I saw was real. There were about five lights, and when one left the group to join the others, they probably lingered there for another 10 seconds, and then both groups just went “fuck” together and just disappeared,” he said, giving a shout. dramatic gesture with his hands.

Around the world, numerous claims have been made by people who can remember seeing what they believe to be a UFO – unidentified flying objects – or extraterrestrial life.

Tenacious: When asked by investigative reporter Ross Coulthart if they were satellites and not a UFO sighting, Grant insisted they were definitely “not satellites.” He said: ‘I believe what I saw was a form of UFO’

A hoax?  Around the world, numerous claims have been made by people who can remember seeing what they believe to be a UFO - unidentified flying objects - or extraterrestrial life.  However, these are often dismissed as just a hoax or imagination running wild.  Pictured: stock shot

A hoax?  Around the world, there have been numerous claims made by people who can remember seeing what they believe to be a UFO - unidentified flying objects - or extraterrestrial life.  However, these are often dismissed as just a hoax or imagination running wild.  Pictured: stock shot

A hoax? Around the world, there have been numerous claims made by people who can remember seeing what they believe to be a UFO – unidentified flying objects – or extraterrestrial life. However, these are often dismissed as just a hoax or imagination running wild. Pictured: stock shot

Claim to fame: Grant became a household name when he joined Seven's Sunrise as a weather forecaster in 2004.  From 2014 to 2020, he hosted Channel Ten's Family Feud and earlier this year starred in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!  Pictured at the Logie Awards in 2018

Claim to fame: Grant became a household name when he joined Seven's Sunrise as a weather forecaster in 2004.  From 2014 to 2020, he hosted Channel Ten's Family Feud and earlier this year starred in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!  Pictured at the Logie Awards in 2018

Claim to fame: Grant became a household name when he joined Seven’s Sunrise as a weather forecaster in 2004. From 2014 to 2020, he hosted Channel Ten’s Family Feud and earlier this year starred in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Pictured at the Logie Awards in 2018

However, these are often dismissed as just a hoax or imagination running wild.

Grant became a household name when he appeared as a weather presenter on Seven’s breakfast show Sunrise in 2004.

He left the show in 2006 to spend more time with his family, but returned in 2010, eventually resigning again in 2013.

Grant hosted Channel Ten’s Family Feud from 2014 to 2020 and took to the jungle earlier this year for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

He is married to Chezzi Denyer, 41, and the couple share three daughters, Sailor, 10, and Scout, five, and Sunday three months old.

Family: The presenter is married to Chezzi Denyer, 41, and the couple share three daughters, Sailor, 10, and Scout, five, and three-month-old Sunday (all pictured)

Family: The presenter is married to Chezzi Denyer, 41, and the couple share three daughters, Sailor, 10, and Scout, five, and three-month-old Sunday (all pictured)

Family: The presenter is married to Chezzi Denyer, 41, and the couple share three daughters, Sailor, 10, and Scout, five, and three-month-old Sunday (all pictured)

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