In an age of wild claims churned out by politicians, media and advertisers, perhaps people don’t care as much any more.
A video gaining traction on social media is suggesting a “huge” UFO was recently spotted over North Carolina’s Lake Norman, north of Charlotte.
UFOs have deliberately sabotaged three major space missions, according to wild claims online.
Theories range from high-tech Soviet death rays to extraterrestrials studying human combat to combat-stress-induced hallucinations.
An elementary school teacher is coming forward years later with a photo of an unusual sighting near Laredo he believes shows a UFO.
When a slew of saucer-like sightings was reported over Washington, D.C. in 1952, the Air Force blocked its own investigator from checking them out.
A California witness at Guerneville reported watching a rectangle-shaped object the “size of a Greyhound bus,” according to testimony in Case 86712 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
RARE audio of a physicist discussing one of Australia’s greatest unsolved UFO cases could shed light on the baffling events of the 1966 incident.