Map of UFO sightings across the United States
Map of UFO sightings across the United States

It’s a hot topic today – UFOs – and they’re now being discussed openly, and seriously by the media. Just this month a discussion about the elusiveness of UFOs was reported in the scientific journal, Space. History channel reported on sightings near nuclear facilities. Live Science ran a story recounting UFO sightings documented by the Pentagon’s Advance Aerospace Threat Identification Program. Popular Mechanics reported President Trump and Senators had been briefed on UFO sightings. And CNN ran a story about the large number of pilots reporting UFO encounters. UFOs are big news right now – and the number of reports are only accelerating.

Why has the number of UFO reports increased? Possibly the large number of conflicts around the world keep the public’s eye to the sky. UFO reports always increase during war time. Maybe we’re being studied more intently by alien life forms or maybe the planet is in danger. UFO reports seem to mushroom during times when the planet is threatened (e.g. during the initial development of nuclear bombs). Or possibly there is big news about to be released to the public and the government is preparing the people for a shocking revelation.

Whatever it is, it’s clear something is up. Here are key UFO reports in May 2019 from the New York City area alone.

  • Brooklyn, 5/25/2019 , 8:19 p.m.
    Summary: “Observed a round boomerang shaped object gliding through the sky.”
  • New York City, 5/22/2019, 8:37 p.m.
    Summary: “Cigar-like object, brownish in color, seemed to travel in tighter and tighter circles until disappeared, leaving strong odor.”
  • New York City, 5/11/2019, 4 p.m.
    Summary: “High Altitude UFO sighted over New York City during daylight.”
  • Woodside, Queens, 5/9/2019, 10:20 p.m.
    Summary: “Crimson light alternating with orange within the clouds at night.”
  • New York City, 5/9/19, 9:55 p.m.
    Summary: “See though triangle shaped craft with lights, silently glides over Manhattan’s Upper West Side buildings along the Hudson.”

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