Clark McClelland would have been part of a team based at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, when he saw the humanoid a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳.
The “entity,” he says, stood on two legs and approached the American astronauts, with whom he had a conversation that lasted a minute and several seconds.
Clark McClelland was the “aerospace engineer and NASA worker” who claimed to have participated in more than 660 space missions between 1958 and 1992. In 2012 McClelland published a controversial video in which he claimed to have seen a humanoid entity three meters in the space shuttle.
McClelland claimed to have observed (through his monitor) an entity giving orders to human astronauts through hand gestures. All this while McClelland was on duty at the Kennedy Space Launch Center.
He also assured that in other space missions, there were more people who saw strange beings interacting with humans.
In one of his videos, McClelland said that he was fired by NASA after discussing the interaction between the Humanoid Being and NASA astronauts.