Yes, it's true! The BLABBERMOUTH.NET article focusing on Sammy Hagar's interview with Guitar World, in which Sammy claims to have been contacted by aliens, was a topic of discussion on this morning's edition of "The Howard Stern Show". According to the Nov. 5 installment of's daily "Stern Show" recap, "Howard brought up an article that Fred forwarded to him about Sammy Hagar. Howard said he wasn't sure if it was real or not because it came from something called Howard went on to read the article in which Sammy claims to have been contacted by aliens. The article looked real to Fred and that's why he forwarded it to Howard. Howard wanted Gary to get Sammy on the phone so they could ask him if it was true or not."


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