Phil Hill was born in 1971 near Roswell, NM, and maybe he got a little alien dust in the paint chips he was eating as a kid, because now "UFO Phil" is in San Francisco, with plans to put a giant pyramid on Alcatraz Island.
As described in the video below, the way Phil's pyramid-shaped UFO refueling station would work is really quite simple. Some friendly aliens from space will come down, fill one side of the pyramid with hydrochloric acid, while others will dump "a type of salt" on the other side. This will somehow make fuel which they will use to fly around space. They are nice aliens, so they will also share a little with the City.
If you're worried about all these UFO's buzzing around our skies, fear not. UFO Phil assures us that the space creatures are cool, "They're friends, they all know each other. They communicate on CB radio."
Phil told the Huff Post that he's in possession of "secret blueprints and schematics" for the station. Evidently the plans were given to him by beings from outer space. (Perhaps by his good pal Zaxon) He also said he's been working with the National Park Service, the agency that runs Alcatraz Island.
"They contacted me in July, and we are reviewing permits in preparation for a 2012 construction date," Hill told The Huffington Post.
In another interview, UFO Phil said he's been in touch with the U.S. Government, but for some reason, now, the Feds seem to have no knowledge of Phils plans. Typical government response!
If you just can't wait for the UFO refueling station to be built, maybe you can grab a ticket for UFO Phil's interstellar concert that is also in the works.
Phil is planning a "Symphony for the Aliens" to be held in Monterey, CA, in June 2012 - just in time for the Mayan end of the world.
According to Yahoo!, much of the show will consist of ultrasonic sounds that only extraterrestrials can hear. For the humans in attendance, however, Phil is reportedly attempting to book Kanye West, Katy Perry, and the Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga.
It should also be noted that UFO Phil is a comedy writer, filmmaker, and musician, who has been featured on the Dr. Demento Show, as well as appearing with Tom Green.
Insomniacs and truckers will know Phil's work as the song played at the end of Coast to Coast AM with George Noory.