Paranormal enthusiasts dubbed a wooded stretch of land in central Massachusetts “Monsterland” following multiple reports of UFO activity and Bigfoot sightings in there.
Ancient astronaut theorists note that Hindu Sanskrit texts contain multiple references to flying saucer UFOs called Vimanas. The Indian sacred texts identify the Vimanas as the “flying palaces” or “chariots of the gods.”
Footage purportedly showing a swarm of UFOs over a Chinese city recently went viral on Chinese social media. Residents of Deyang city in the Sichuan Province reportedly sighted A mysterious swarm of point sources of light over their city.
Harry Truman was allegedly the first president to confront the potential national security implications of the UFO phenomenon. UFO believers allege that his administration laid the groundwork for the country’s official policy of secrecy regarding UFO and ET phenomenon.
Former USAF officers claimed that a flying saucer UFO aborted a test nuclear launch by shooting down the missile. The UFO allegedly fired an energy beam at the missile.
Whistleblower David Grusch claimed he learned from sources within the US intelligence community that the government recovered a UFO that warps spacetime. The witnesses reported that the UFO was about 40 feet across from outside but the size of a football field when you entered it.
Raël: The Alien Prophet is a new Netflix docuseries that examines the teachings of Frenchman Claude Vorilhon (aka Raël) and the Raëlian Movement he founded in the mid-1970s.
British actor and comedian Craig Charles saw triangle UFOs flying in a bizarre pyramidal formation after smoking a “massive spliff.” The Red Dwarf and Coronation Street star believed he saw interstellar alien spacecraft despite being high.
A new film, God vs UFOs, explores the possible links between UFOs, aliens, and the paranormal. Mark Christopher Lee talks with experts in paranormal and science research. They examine the competing theories about UFOs and alien phenomena.
Eric Burlison, a Republican member of Congress from Missouri, believes the Bible talks about UFOs. He said they could be angels from an “extradimensional” or supernatural realm.