If there's one thing that any good s(c)keptic wants to know, it's what a bunch of Bronze Age sages and a group of Jacobean translators thought about UFOs.
On his best- selling 1967 album, Rev. Bud Spriggs, "The Chaplain of Hell" (that's Hell, Michigan), explains all. Track one is the Chaplain of Hell's biblical interpretation of Ezekiel along with his own Cold War conspiracy theories of UFOs. Track two has Bud interviewing Sergeant Snider a Police Officer who personally observes a UFO for over two hours. The final track sees the Rev. Spriggs telling us about the world's next catastrophe and repercussions from the return of Jesus.
Nothing about anal probes, unfortunately.