Maybe we’ve been visited, maybe we haven’t. But have you ever wondered exactly WHY aliens would consider visiting the earth? Here’s a few of the most common ideas – and the most likely reason is kinda scary.
Munook, a musical project focused on unique experiences, released this music video for their song “Breaching”. It’s about his own personal experiences with alien contact.
There’s a valid point by this author – and worth sharing since one of his big reasons happens to be the Ancient Alien theory and how it’s been turned into another cash cow reality show willing to throw aliens at anything in order to get ratings.
If you’re a UFO enthusiast, there are handful of places you absolutely must visit. This is the list you’ve been looking for.
Ancient Alien theory is starting to look more and more like a religion. It might be so bad, that it’s defeating itself and giving archaeology a bad name.
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.
A friend from my childhood talks about his experience with a black-eyed child. He’s convinced they were some type of alien or paranormal entity.
Do you live in one of these cities? If so, you’re likely to have a higher chance of a UFO sighting.
A known hoax from 2008 republished recently on a well-known YouTube channel. This is why nobody takes us seriously.
While many individuals believe that aliens could be friendly, not all feel that way. Alex Castro has been kind enough to provide us with writings based on his experiences with alien abduction. He is convinced that their purpose is malevolent and destructive to the health of humankind.
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.
Foo Fighters – not the band – are one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century. Here’s the full breakdown.