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Once again, stories of military officers spotting UFOs and never getting answers to their questions are making their way through the media. Why are these tales so common?
The Chilean military has no idea what it tracked after two years of investigations and the footage it shared really is a head-scratcher.
Unsurprisingly, the people of Denver don't want to spend their money on researching UFO sightings instead of basic public services.
Ufologists want the EU to create an office of extraterrestrial affairs and diplomacy.
Ufologists love to talk about the rumored alien battle over Nuremberg, Germany in 1561. But there's no evidence it actually happened or that the cited sources ever existed.
We can laugh all we want at the idea of a UFO stealing our stuff. Until they actually start doing it...
People have been seeing weird, saucer-shaped objects in the sky half a century before the UFO craze took off in America.