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.
Are crop circles real? And if so, who (or what) creates them? Many are hoaxes, but there are lots of other theories – Here’s what the evidence says.
There are a ton of people who see fake UFO videos that think they’re real. You don’t have to be a CGI expert to dismiss the fakes.
This is a great detailed read on the Val Johnson incident. We might never know the truth, but there are a handful of possibilities – including aliens. What do you think it was?
While no one ever outright admitted the video was faked, the Canadian chapter of MUFON determined the Guardian UFO Case to be an elaborate hoax. That being said, it still had a positive effect on the field of UFOlogy.
I was recently asked on Facebook to check out this video. And I tell you what – it’s some pretty cool CGI but come on people, it’s fake.
The folks at Black Diamond Social Club discuss a major hoax that took place in the UK and how the man who proved it was a hoax got ostracized from UFO groups as a result.
A known hoax from 2008 republished recently on a well-known YouTube channel. This is why nobody takes us seriously.
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.
The UFO community has a serious problem – nobody takes us seriously. And for the most part, it’s our fault.
I got a lot of hatred for calling people out on this. But it gets hashed out over and over online – China did not admit anything.