Astronaut Tries To Warn Earth Before Trying To Kill Herself

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France’s first female astronaut, Claudie Haignere, 59, fell into a coma after overdosing on sleeping pills in 2008. While her act was tragic, the scary part is what she yelled right before. She screamed “Earth must be warned!”

Claudie was a back up crew member for the 1993 Mir Altair mission with husband Jean-Pierre Haigner. She also made it to the Mir space station as part of the Russian-Friend Cassiopee mission in 1996. In 2001 she became the first European woman to visit the International Space Station.

From 2002-2004, she worked in French politics and as a minister delegate for research and new technologies. She was a minister delegate for European affairs from 2004 to 2005.

More recently she worked in a biology lab at the Pasteur Institute.

Though Claudie was found conscious after taking the pills, she was rushed to the hospital and was screaming “Earth must be warned!” before she fell into a coma.

Though she’s alive today and blames her suicide attempt on “burnout syndrome” could there be more to the story then she is letting on?

Alien conspiracy theorists believe she was indeed trying to warn our planet about something.