Bad weather brings out the UFOs. Was it a visitor or was it distorted light on the camera lens?
Scott Browne compiled a list of UFO sites that purposely post misinformation & falsehoods. This is the stuff to stay away from because it’s simply not real.
The Roswell crash was a defining moment in flying saucer history. How much do you know about it? This test is pretty fun.
The History Channel’s, “Project Blue Book” looks like it could be the next X-Files. But are today’s viewers even looking for that?
The MUFON Journal appropriately printed this article in December of 2015; Open Minds made no mention of it. All Pittsburgh media outlets covered the story but there was almost zero national coverage.
Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about why “UFO” should not be misconstrued to be equivocal to “aliens”.
Valiant Thor was allegedly an alien who came to Earth to provide some type of assistance to humanity in the late 1950’s – but was he real or was it a hoax?
Paranormal scholar and UFO researcher, Perry Jones, discusses a documented UFO sighting from antiquity.
Alien rock band, Majungas, graced the Baltimore Alien Con this year. If you missed it, that sucks!
Pilots flying over Arizona reported a UFO in February of 2018 – sightings by pilots and other trained personnel are highly credible.
Here’s a list of the top websites and UFO Blogs I’ve found and use which provide the most reputable research on UFOs and aliens.
The folks at Black Diamond Social Club looked at all the traits that make a person more likely to have a UFO encounter. Here’s what they found.