There are many websites that dedicate themselves to giving out UFO news, but there are many more that give out fake news.
There are many websites that cover news on the mystery of UFOs. Along with the well intentioned and legitimate UFO news presenters out there, one can also expect to see many more websites that present coverage that is faked.
At EMN we do our best to give the best and most legitimate news coverage on UFOs, and we either scour the web for credible news going around the web or produce our own coverage of written and video content. There are many sites that we have avoided in the past, but thanks to the Facebook group of Scott Browne, we have a whole list of hoax websites to avoid.
It is sometimes difficult to ascertain what is real or not when it comes to credible evidence concerning UFOs or other supernatural news. We here at EMN do our best to present authentic stories and reports but are sometimes duped by what is presented to us. The input and insight from our growing community will help us better refine the content as we progress.
Again, special thanks to Scott Browne for researching and compiling this list. While there may be a number of hoax videos seen regularly on various sites here, there may be some excellent original and authentic content as well. It is not an all or nothing scenario but certainly the increase of hoax videos has been monitored and flagged for us all to consider and evaluate. And while some of these sites may have been fooled themselves by hoax videos they have passed along, when that happens a lot it becomes suspect even if the intentions are sincere. It’s the conscious hoax for clicks that is offensive to us all and what this article is about. 7 comments