LOOKING for confirmation that there is more than life on Earth? Well this Arizona town might have the answers you are looking for.
MSN released a list of the top cities for UFO sightings and the high-desert town of Sedona came out on top, IHeartRadio reports.
The city has had 1,608 sightings per 100,000 residents. There isn't any obvious reason for this, but the desert's good visibility may play a part.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that there have been about 90,000 UFO sightings since 1974. Though, nearly 95% of those sightings have said to be "easily explained" as weather balloons, military tests, or other terrestrial activity.
The number of UFO sightings has increased in recent years, according to MSN. In 2020 alone there were 7,267 sightings. That's up from the 6,281 sightings in 2019. UFO sightings tend to happen at night, most of them happening somewhere between 4 p.m. and midnight.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina came in second place on the list followed by North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in third. Myrtle Beach has had 1,111 sightings per 100000 residents, while North Myrtle Beach has experiences 1,111 sightings.
On Oct. 19, a former U.S. air force chief announced how he saw a UFO firing four beams of light at a nuclear missile undergoing testing.
Ex-US Air Force First lieutenant Robert Jacobs alleged a craft, resembling a flying saucer, circled the dummy warhead during a test flight in California, during 1964.
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On Feb. 24, the pilot of an American Airlines aircraft that was bound for Phoenix from Cincinnati reported a close call with an unidentified flying object "that almost looked like a cruise missile."
According to a transmission recorded by Steve Douglasson his blog, Deep Black Horizon, the pilot of flight 2292 radioed in at around 1:00 p.m. CST and said that some unidentified flying object was flying right over the jet.
If you ever decided on a destination trip to Sedona, here are some tours that you can take to weigh your chances at seeing a UFO:
- 1890 W State Route 89A Ste E Sedona, AZ 86336
- Phone: (833) 733-8367
- Sedona, AZ 86336
- Phone: (818) 388-0281
- Sedona, AZ 86336
- Phone: (513) 680-8810
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Source : https://www.the-sun.com/travel/3915331/alien-ufo-sighting-sedona/1702