UFO sightings: What is the best place to track UFOs?

UFOs and other unexplained aerial phenomena are being reported across the globe – but what is the best place to track these UFOs in action?

UFOs or unidentified flying objects are often linked to conspiracies about aliens and government agents known as the men in black. Those who believe UFOs are genuine extraterrestrial visitors to Earth celebrated this fact on July 2 – world UFO day. To mark the occasion, analysts in the US have compiled data from the National UFO Reporting Center to determine which states have the highest rates of UFO reports.


    The data, compiled by SatelliteInternet.com, spans a one-and-a-half-year period between January 2019 and June 2020.

    The data was then compared against the US Census to show which states have the most sightings per capita.

    According to the National UFO Reporting Center, there were a total of 3,456 sightings in 2018.

    The following year, the sightings nearly doubled to 6,340.


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    And in the first three months of 2020 alone, the number of sightings was already up by 112 percent on the first three months of 2019.

    One of these sightings, dated February 2020, reads: “It was just above tree line and was moving first seemed fast then seemed to stop or hover.

    “Glowing round light captured on phone three times.”

    Another UFO sighting reported on the same day reads: “Object was moving very fast and low in the night sky.

    “One solid red light could be seen against black silhouette body.”

    What is the best place to track UFOs?

    According to the newly published data, California, Alabama and Florida are the top three UFO hotspots with 13,559, 10,882 and 6,534 reports respectively.

    The states are followed by Washington at 5,894, Texas at 4,969, New York at 4,689, Arizona at 4,028, Pennsylvania at 3,887, Illinois at 3,616 and Ohio at 3,566.

    The 10 lowest states all reported less than 1,000 sightings each, with North Dakota only producing 212 UFO sightings.

    The states are Kansas at 951, West Virginia at 736, Mississippi at 642, Nebraska at 568, Hawaii at 532, Rhode Island at 429, Wyoming at 327, Delaware at 316, South Dakota at 315 and North Dakota at 212.

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    However, most of these UFO sightings involve mysterious lights, slow-moving objects or flashes in the skies.

    Unfortunately, none of these are representative of the sorts of UFOs fans of Hollywood might expect.

    For example, one report from Arizona on June 25, 2020, reads: “Three lights in evening sky. One fades away and other two fly playful formation.”

    Another person in Michigan on May 30, 2020, wrote: “Came outside. Starting recording at 9.51pm. Saw a white circular object moving fast across the sky.

    “Looked like it was going in a straight line. Did not see any blinking lights. Have eleven seconds video.

    “Thinking it might be from the Launch today, but have no idea. Thank you.”

    Kristin Cooke of SatelliteInternet.com said: “The reality is most UFO sightings are less dramatic, such as a strange aircraft or odd light formations descending slowly into a forest.

    “What we do know is that UFO sightings are most frequent during the warmer months.

    “Why? We’re not sure. Maybe people are outside more often in good weather, or maybe aliens go on summer vacations with their kids.

    “So what are the tools of the trade? UFO hunters use binoculars, night vision goggles and cameras, and they have a lot of patience. You never know when a UFO will appear.”

    Sourse: www.express.co.uk

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