But you have to wait for it.
Could it be…
That something as simple as our ease to access world-wide information/news is what is making it SEEM that UFO sightings are increasing, because some very industrious individuals are out there making UFOs their path to fame?
[via Daily Mail] For an alien looking to explore Earth, the frozen wastes of Siberia may not be the most attractive of landing locations.
But if this film footage is to be believed, that’s exactly where these ‘little green men’ chose to land their UFO.
The clip, filmed in the remote Irkutsk region of Siberia, appears to show a strange glowing craft and five aliens walking about in the snow.
It shows what seems to be an alien about four feet tall, standing 15 feet away from its glowing craft, with four other similar figures nearby.
The short clip was taken two days after mysterious lights illuminated the Siberian night skies above Bayanday, also in Irkutsk.
‘These two videos from two independent witnesses show that a UFO event of Roswell-sized proportions has taken place in Russia,’ said UFO expert Mike Cohen.
‘Two days after these clips were taken the town of Bayanday reported a crash of a huge pink and blue glowing object.
‘An enormous explosion was then heard over a wide area.’
He claimed police and rescue departments were flooded with phone calls from frightened residents.
‘The military soon confirmed that it had not been doing any exercises in the area and therefore cannot be responsible for any reports of UFOs,’ he added.
But he claims the authorities organised a cover-up of the UFO landing.
Officials declared the event classified and told journalists the area of impact would not be revealed, he said.
Only hours prior to the March 1 event, air-traffic controllers in Yakutks, Siberia, claim to have picked up a UFO on radar traveling at 6000 mph at a height of 65,000ft.
When they tried to speak with the crew of the craft they heard bizarre cat noises being uttered to them.
‘What I want to know is did the craft actually crash at all or was this just a noisy landing?’ said Mike.
The latest UFO claim to come out of Siberia comes months after the apparent discovery of an alien’s body was revealed as a hoax.
In April, two students who claimed to have recovered the body from a UFO crash site admitted that the creature was in fact made out of BREAD.
Friends Timur Hilall, 18, and Kirill Vlasov, 19, shot the video that showed the alien’s mangled remains frozen in snow in Irkutsk, Siberia.
The pair were questioned by police over their ‘extraterrestrial discovery’ but admitted to their stunt.
But not before their creation became an internet sensation, drawing almost 700,000 hits on YouTube.
Their find was deemed serious enough for the Kremlin to get involved and a spokesman from the Russian interior ministry confirmed the hoax.
‘We found the alien in one of the student’s homes,’ he said.
‘It was lying under his bed and an examination of it revealed it had been made of bread crumbs which were covered in chicken skin.’
Prosecutors are now considering whether or not the pair have committed any crimes. [Read More]
What if actual statistics existed to back up the claim of a UFO sightings increase.
Would that make you feel more at ease, and willing to believe the data?
[via HuffPo] The Mutual UFO Network — the largest privately funded UFO research organization in the world — tells The Huffington Post that more people than ever are reporting unidentified flying objects, mostly in the United States and Canada.
“Over the past year, we’ve been averaging 500 sighting reports a month, compared to about 300 three years ago [67 percent],” MUFON international director Clifford Clift said.
“And I get one or two production companies contacting me every week, wanting to do stories on UFOs.”
So far this week, mysterious aerial lights in Laredo, Texas, and Kansas City, MO., lived up to, at least initially, the strict definition of UFOs, namely “Unidentified” Flying Objects.
That, of course, doesn’t mean that little green men are watching us. It’s generally accepted that 95 percent of all sightings are easily dismissed. Some turn out to be conventional aircraft, others are satellites or weather balloons — and then there are the hoaxers with Photoshopped concoctions.
In the case of the Kansas City sighting, the UFOs turned out to be the Army Golden Knights parachuting team, performing a nighttime jump. But the explanation for the blinking light over Laredo is still up for grabs.
However, the remaining 5 percent of all UFO reports aren’t as easily explained. And many of them are reported by commercial and military pilots. [Read More]
Comfortable with the claims, are you?
Read the article below?
Then ask yourself, “Just how comfortable are you now?”
[via Metro.Co.Uk] Residents of the Guatemalan village have decided that the pig’s odd human-shaped head is the doing of visitors from outer space, after strange bright lights were spotted hovering in the sky on the night of its birth.
The pig’s head looks similar to that of a human (CEN)
The poor pig, which is one of a litter of 11, has been described as looking like a cross between a human and something from the Alien movies
Farmer Laureano Escobar Arias said: ‘I was shocked – it was a really terrifying experience. It looked like some kind of alien creature.’ [Read More]
Not so much, I imagine.
Aliens, after our pigs?
Kermit would not approve.