If you’re a UFO enthusiast, there are handful of places you absolutely must visit. This is the list you’ve been looking for.
In 1951, on August 25, three Texas Tech professors observed a V-shaped UFO in the sky. The incident has become known as the Lubbock Lights.
Do you live in one of these cities? If so, you’re likely to have a higher chance of a UFO sighting.
Alien and UFO hoaxes abound in the world of UFOlogy. Did you fall for any of these famous hoaxes? If so, now’s the time to level up your skepticism. A couple had me fooled when I was younger too.
When someone says “UFO” do you automatically think “Alien Spaceship”? Or do you think “unidentified flying object”? There’s a major difference and it’s hugely important.
Alien UFO Blog needs you! We’re looking for eyewitness accounts of UFO sightings and other related phenomena. If you’ve seen a UFO, alien, or been abducted, let us publish your story for the world to see.
Is a NASA photo of orbiting space junk really an image of a 13,000 year old alien satellite known as The Black Knight?
Foo Fighters – not the band – are one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century. Here’s the full breakdown.
UFO Seekers take some of the best camera equipment up a mountain to take amazing shots of Area 51 from over 25 miles away.
Why does bad weather seem to be accompanied by an increase in UFO sightings? This article talks about a couple possibilities.
The UFO community has a serious problem – nobody takes us seriously. And for the most part, it’s our fault.
March 21, 2017 – a UFO is sighted in the Gulf of Mexico and reported to NUFORC. It was just one of 246 separate reports that month.