For every 100,000 people in the state of Washington, some 78 have reported seeing a UFO. That works out to 5,894 UFO sightings in the state.
Source: PC Mag.com
If you’re searching for signs of alien life, head to Washington state.
According to a new analysis by SatelliteInternet.com, Washington is the state with the most UFO sightings per capita: For every 100,000 people in Washington, some 78 have reported seeing a UFO. That works out to 5,894 UFO sightings in the state.
Montana comes in at number two for UFO sightings, with around 77 sightings per 100,000 people, followed closely by Vermont. Alaska and then Maine round out the top five “UFO hotspots” in the US.
To compile its list, SatelliteInternet.com used the National UFO Reporting Center’s online database to get the number of UFO sightings in each state, then compared those figures with US census data.
On sheer volume, more UFO sightings have been reported in California (13,559) than anywhere else in the US, but the Golden State ranks number 22 per capita with 34 reports for every 100,000 people, according to SatelliteInternet.com.
Looking to avoid aliens? Head to Texas, the state with the fewest number of UFO incidents per capita. Aliens apparently don’t prefer the Deep South: Louisiana, Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama are also near the bottom of the list.
Skeptical of aliens and UFOs? SatelliteInternet.com said there’s been a “flood of UFO news” as of late that could make you a believer.
“This includes UFO incident reports from Navy pilots and former Pentagon intelligence officers and the release of classified UFO research from the NSA (National Security Agency),” the company wrote.
Meanwhile, NASA is ramping up its search for alien life with plans to send a nuclear-powered drone to explore Saturn’s moon Titan, which scientists believe may harbor organic life.