Kyle Nathan Aloia – UFO Proof


The owner of the YouTube channel ‘UFO Proof’ Kyle Nathan Aloia has faked stage-four glioblastoma cancer and in a plot with one of the biggest UFO hoaxers on the internet namely Thirdphaseofmoon.

Stage-Four Glioblastoma Cancer

On November 13, 2011, a news article was published on Northwest Indiana Times in which a fundraising was organized for Kyle Aloia by Ms. K. Lansdowne and Ms. W. Spudic.

The news article mentioned that Kyle Aloia has been diagnosed with stage-four glioblastoma cancer.

“Kyle Aloia, who until recently was an active member of the Northwest Indiana arts community, just turned 30 on Nov. 9. Six weeks ago he was diagnosed with stage-four glioblastoma, an aggressive and inoperable brain cancer,” reported the local newspaper Northwest Indiana Times.

Life expectancy of Kyle, an average 8 months and is not in the condition to work.

“Kyle has been given approximately eight months to live, and he is unable to work in his condition,” reported the newspaper.

The money would help Kyle cover the costs for his end-stage care.

“The funds from this benefit will help Kyle, whose family has extremely limited resources, to pay for his end-stage care”

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Credits: Wikipedia

The Brain Tumour Charity

According to the research by ‘The Brain Tumour Charity’ it is extremely difficult to treat with only 3.3% of the patients surviving beyond two years.

“They are more likely to spread to other parts of the brain (and, rarely, the spinal cord) and may come back, even if intensively treated. They cannot usually be treated by surgery alone, but often require other treatments, such as radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy,” says The Brain Tumour Charity.

More facts about Glioblastoma can be read on the official website of The Brain Tumour Charity.

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American Cancer Society

In an interview with Sarah from the American Cancer Society, it is once again confirmed how aggressive stage-four Glioblastoma cancer is. The statistics tells that patients between 20-44 years have a low survival rate of no more than 19%.

“These numbers are based on groups of people who were treated between 2000 and 2014 and followed for 5 years. The survival rates are not based on stages, since brain tumors do not have a formal staging system like most other cancers. They are based on age. For glioblastoma, the 5-year survival rate for patients 20-44 years old is 19%,” says Sarah.

Signs and Symptoms of Adult Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors Are:

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Blurred vision
  • Balance problems
  • Personality or behavior changes
  • Seizures
  • Drowsiness or even coma

According to American Cancer Society.

“Facts Only Matter”

Further Research

You have to be extremely careful before you accuse someone for faking cancer. Just like any other research, I only let the facts lead the investigation.

The two main witnesses Ms. K. Lansdowne and Ms. W. Spudic are responsible for the fundraising for Kyle Nathan Aloia. I have spoken to both witnesses and question them to gain more details about the period in 2011.

Before I spoke to them I asked them if they could recognize him in the photos. When the witnesses responded positive, I continued the research.

Below is a copy of the conversation with the witnesses Ms. W. Spudic.

For full and raw audio recordings including the conversation with the second witnesses Ms. K. Lansdowne visit here.

The witnesses have no motive to cooperate with this investigation than to answer only my questions. The story in the paper originates originally from Kyle Nathan Aloia who has made it clear to his friends that he is diagnosed with stage-four glioblastoma cancer and that he has about 8 months time.


In a live broadcast he has been asked by someone who joined his live stream “I think I know you. End 2011, you were performing as stand up comedian, right? If so, i’ve seen your show,” and Kyle confessed during live stream.

Keep in mind that UFO Proof claimed he was diagnosed with stage-four glioblastoma. If that’s the case, you are unable to perform.

Another Red Flag

During a Thirdphaseofmoon live show on February 10, 2018, they had a caller none other than UFO Proof where he shared his UFO experience.

He told when and what he did, “driving car”.

“Driving can be affected by having a brain tumour and its treatment,” says Cancer Research UK. He claims he has been diagnosed with stage-4 Glioblastoma cancer in 2011.

Thank you

UFO Proof has a special way to thank the people who invested money in him who believed that he was terminally ill.

From the testimony of the witness, it turned out that he did not really feel like helping children. He tried to cash money with one of the money vouchers meant for children, which was refused and that did not make him happy.

How did he thank the people who collected money for him? By leaving state with the money without letting anyone know.

Not the behavior of a person who has a few months to live towards people so loving and giving.

Criminal Records

Everyone has a past but not everyone has a criminal past. It is not the intention to pull out his entire past. The criminal records are available on the website of Arizona Supreme Court and Division of State Court Administration.

His criminal background fully compliments the background story and witness statements.

Making debts with emergency services, theft, criminal misdemeanor, and class-D felony are no stranger to UFO Proof.

What is class-D felony?

Again, UFO Proof is in the newspaper, “Arrested on a battery charge was Kyle Aloia, 19, of 837 Opal, Valparaiso.Police said McClain had a pipe and Aloia had a chain. Police said they attempted to attack a trailer park resident they were angry with, at which time two others tried to break up the fight and were also attacked.”

The definition of aggravated battery varies by state, but the acts most often include the use of a deadly weapon, battery in which serious bodily injury occurs or where there is an intent by the perpetrator to cause serious bodily harm.


On April 3, 2017, this information was brought out on the Youtube channel of Lions Ground. Kyle Nathan Aloia known as UFO Proof has failed so far to show official documentation that he was diagnosed with glioblastoma cancer which is a very abnormal behavior for someone who is falsely accused in public for faking terminal cancer even though he announced shortly after the Lions Ground publication to disclose his medical records.

To date, he denied everything. The facts brought out by Lions Ground will never be disproved with words of a criminal and that of a pathological liar.