UFO spots

UFO sightings are a worldwide phenomenon, with reports coming from almost every nation. Some countries, however, have more reports than others. In particular, a large number of UFO reports come from the United States, Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, and Russia. By contrast, few reports (considering their large populations) are received from Mexico, Germany, and India. No one is sure why the number of UFO reports varies from country to country, but cultural, religious, and political factors are probably involved.

St. Paul and Vulcan, Alberta, Canada

Mexico City, Mexico

Varginha, southern Minas Gerais, Brazil

Central England

The crop circles area

Auvergne and Corbières (Bugarach), France

The Pamir-Altaï Mountains, West Mongolia

Many paranormal phenomenon (Bigfoots and biophysical phenomena) have been reported in the Pamir mountains.

Under the sea

Have aliens established secret underwater bases on our planet? Is it possible that an extraterrestrial civilization has co-existed with humanity for thousands of years? Numerous world-wide sightings of USOs (Unidentified Submergible Objects) suggest extraterrestrial presence in our water. About 70% of our planet’s surface is covered by water and 95% of our waters is still largely unexplored. Although, only a small portion of the oceans has been tapped, there is a growing interest in launching deep-sea expeditions and new advanced submarines.

USOs have been spotted all over the world. The number of reported USOs cannot be compared with modern UFO sightings simply because our oceans are vast and mostly uninhabited by humans. Nevertheless, numerous important observations have been made in various countries.