Most of us have car insurance, health insurance, life insurance, home insurance, etc. But I bet you don’t have alien abduction insurance, do you? Well, I think I need to add this to my collection of financial guarantees as soon as possible /

I looked everywhere and couldn’t find any insurance company offering alien abduction coverage in Minnesota. I found this odd since we seem to have our fair share of UFO sightings in Minnesota.

There is a company in Florida, (where else?), however, called The St Lawrence Insurance Company, also known as UFO Abduction Insurance Company. They offer an insurance policy that includes $10 million of coverage, if you are abducted by aliens.

The company claims to have sold 6,000 policies since the company launched in 1987, so there appears to be a healthy market for this type of coverage. At least in Florida So I guess it’s only a matter of time before a company in Minnesota jumps on the bandwagon and offers this type of coverage.

It might be good to read the fine print of Florida politics. yet. It states that in the event of an alien abduction, the company will pay you $1 per year for 10 million years. Oh, and for $5 more you can get a certificate to prove everyone how stupid you are.

If there was such an insurance company in Minnesota that would cover me in the unfortunate event of an alien abduction, I’m sure that would be a more legitimate policy.

Guess I’ll keep shopping and let you know where you too can buy that much needed cover.

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