Robbie Williams to turn Californian island into UFO spotting base

The former Take That man apparently has his sights set on White Rock Island

Robbie Williams is reportedly set to buy White Rock Island, California, with plans to turn it into a base for spotting UFOs.

The former Take That singer is apparently planning to build a luxury private resort on the 1.3 acre island – which is currently owned by Hollywood movie director Michael Caffrey – so he and his wife Ayda can stay there and spot UFOs, reports

Williams first visited White Rock Island last year and found it to be a perfect location for UFO spotting, with minimal light pollution and a clear, unobstructed view of the night sky.


The singer has said that he has seen UFOs before, and is reportedly willing to pay $659,000 (£414,778) for White Rock Island.

Meanwhile, Williams is set to release a brand new solo album this autumn. ‘Take The Crown’ will come out on November 5. His ninth studio LP was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Jacknife Lee and will be preceded by the single ‘Candy’, on October 29.

Album track ‘Losers’ features a guest vocal by US singer songwriter Lissie – pictured right.

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