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UFO Hotspots — 11 Best Places To See UFOs In The World

Wed, Jul 21, 2010

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UFOs have been in the news a lot recently.  Politicians in Europe are demanding that the European Union release top secret documents regarding UFOs to the public.  The Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China was temporarily shut down a couple weeks ago when a UFO was spotted above the terminal (it turned out to be a military missile).  And yesterday a UFO was reported over a beach resort in Malaysia.

That got us thinking: where is the best place to see a UFO?  We’ve always wanted to see one (as long as it didn’t involve abduction) but never knew where to go… until now.

So grab your video camera, open your mind, and guard your butthole, because we’re about to take you to the best UFO hotspots in the world…

Arizona, United States

I used to think that states with large expanses of empty terrain reported more UFOs sightings than states with big cities simply because they didn’t know what an airplane was.  But then I discovered that Phoenix reports more UFO sightings than any other town, big or small, in the entire world.  A lot of that has to do with “The Phoenix Lights”, a well-documented mass sighting that occurred in 1997.  Another UFO hotspot in Arizona is Sedona, a place where New Age hippies say that aliens visit because they’re attracted to the energy emitted by natural earth vortexes in the region.  And let’s not forget about the Apache National Forest.  That’s where Travis Walton was famously abducted by ass-probing, needle-in-the-eye-giving aliens (you might remember the scene from Fire In The Sky).

Bonnybridge, Scotland

This small town is what many believe to be the world’s best UFO hotspot.  There are over 300 UFO sightings reported every year, the highest of any town in the entire world.  In fact, the local government was so concerned by the number of people reporting UFOs in the ’90′s — coincidentally the same time The X-Files was on TV — that they asked the Prime Minister for an official investigation (the report was inconclusive).

California, United States

According to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), the largest UFO investigation organization in the U.S. — they’re so official that their headquarters is in a strip mall — California has far and away reported more UFO sightings than any other state: 2,192 since 2000.  That’s over 600 more than the next closest state (Texas with 1,531).  Los Angeles also had the most UFO sightings of any major metropolitan area between 1947 (the year of the Roswell crash) and 2005: 1,346.  But consider that California is the most populous state in the U.S. and, as entertainment capital of the world, home to more attention whores per capita than anywhere else in the world… so that might explain it.

Colorado, United States

Humans don’t find Colorado a tourist magnet, so I’m not sure why aliens do.  But extraterrestrials must love the Rocky Mountain State because it has the highest percentage of UFO sightings per person in the U.S.  In fact, 3 of the top 10 UFO hotspots in the U.S. reside in Colorado according to MUFON, including Saguache County, which had the highest percentage of sightings per person in the U.S. (131 reports out of 4,619 residents in 2000).  There’s even a UFO Watch Tower in the city of Center.  By the way, MUFON headquarters is located in Colorado, not that that’s suspicious or anything.

Mexico City, Mexico

An unprecedented number of UFO reports has come out of Mexico since July 11th, 1991, when there was a mass sighting during a solar eclipse.  Six years later, an amateur videographer captured footage of a UFO flying over restricted airspace.  Then, in 2005, the world’s largest mass sighting of a UFO took place when thousands of people reported seeing over 100 bright objects performing tricks in the sky, like an extraterrestrial airshow.  Though I’m not really sure how they see these UFOs being that Mexico City has the most polluted air on earth.  Maybe they’re just confusing radioactive birds for glowing saucers?

Nevada, United States

Thanks to UFO hunters and people with overactive imaginations, the route from Rachel to Area 51 along Highway 95 has become the stretch of highway where the most UFO sightings are reported in America.  That really shouldn’t come as a surprise since the Groom Lake base is a place where the military tests out new and experimental aircraft, thus making them “unidentifiable” since the public has never seen them before.  But people still insist aliens are visiting Area 51:  Nevada has the second highest percentage of UFO sightings per capita in the U.S. — you still only have a 0.012% chance of spotting one — and Las Vegas, just 2 hours from Area 51, reported the fourth highest number of sightings of any city in the U.S. (104 sightings since 2000).

New Mexico, United States

Ever since a flying saucer (or was it a weather balloon?) famously crashed in Roswell in 1947, people have been seeing UFOs all over New Mexico.  Highway 40 between Albuquerque and Flagstaff, Arizona reports the second most UFO sightings on any stretch of highway in the country (just behind Highway 95 near Area 51), and Albuquerque ranks #15 on the list of reported UFO sightings since 2000.  But if you want to delve a little darker into alien lore, head to Dulce, New Mexico, where there is reportedly a secret facility under the Archuleta Mesa where aliens and humans work on genetic experiments in the “Nightmare Hall”.  Allegedly the alien spacecraft dock in a chamber within the mesa, and locals are supposedly so afraid of being kidnapped and used for genetic experiments that they don’t mention anything about the base to outsiders.  Sounds like a kick ass movie.

Texas, United States

The Lone Star State didn’t become a hotbed of UFO activity until the infamous “Stephenville Lights” episode.  On January 8th, 2008, this small town gained national attention when hundreds of residents reported seeing objects in the sky, though no one could get their story straight: some said they were triangular, others said they were flying discs; some said the objects were the size of a football field, others (see: exaggerators) claimed it was over a mile long.  The Air Force said it was a squadron of F-16′s performing night exercises, which is a slightly better excuse than “it was a weather balloon,” but residents continue to report seeing large UFOs.  In total, Texas has 5 of the top 20 cities reporting UFO sightings in the world: #6 Austin, #7 Houston, #13 Fort Worth, #14 Stephenville, and #19 San Antonio.

The UFO Trail, Chile

Since 1995, there have been over 100 reported UFO sightings on a 19-mile trail in San-Clement, about 150 miles south of the capital, Santiago.  The trail has become so popular that the country’s tourism office has designated the route The UFO Trail.  Apparently the area is popular with aliens because the plateaus make great landing pads for their spacecraft.

Warminster, Wiltshire, England

England has been the crop circle capital of the world for over 40 years and the small town of Warminster is where the phenomena gained international attention.  Warminster has maintained a prolific record of UFO sightings — one of the highest in the United Kingdom — because of its proximity to Stonehenge, which some believe was created by aliens (seriously, how could humans carry stones that heavy and stand them upright?) and still used by aliens as a homing beacon.  The most common and well-documented sightings involve translucent, glowing orange discs that hover and dart into the sky at incredible speeds.

Wycliffe Well, Australia

Not only is Wycliffe Well the UFO capital of Australia, it’s also the alien abduction capital of Australia.  Located in Australia’s Northern Territory, this area is supposedly a UFO hotspot because it sits on one of the earth’s energy lines.  Even though the sightings could be attributed to the military air base nearby and the drunks leaving the town’s local restaurant, which serves one of the largest selections of beer in the territory, Wycliffe Well still managed to reach #5 on The Sun Herald’s list of top reported UFO activity in the world.

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17 Responses to “UFO Hotspots — 11 Best Places To See UFOs In The World”

  1. I saw footage from Mexico of people straight up getting abducted on Travel Channel and it scared me shitless!

  2. Cam says:

    Haha! Good stuff. So I guess the consensus is southwest US and the UK. Should we cross reference with alcohol consumption?

  3. Jetpacker says:

    @Caroline: consider alien abduction a free trip! To outer space! I mean, how many humans get to go to space? Isn’t that worth it for an anal probe?

    @Cam: why doesn’t Canada have UFO sightings like crazy? That’s a big country with a low population and a lot of open space. You’d think it would be like an alien hotbed.

  4. Robin says:

    Seems to be a lot of places in both the UK and the Americas. Not surprised really you here lots of UFO stories in rural England, I personally think they have no link to crop circles, why would an intelligent race of beings who can build a supersonic craft vandalise crops…and since they only started popping up in the 70′s I doubt they are anything but men using string and stomping boards, England is Citys and farmland, we have lots of cows, sheep and crops.

    I live near Epping forest, in Chingford which is outskirts of East london and if you google UFO’s England it’s mentioned with famous sightings over the old Militray base which is now a nature reserve and homes. Seems to be a lot of links with military facilitys and UFO’s it’s entirely possible that some of the sightings are secret aircraft or missiles. But I do belive in visitors and other life out there in the ever expanding universe.

    But you never really know what your seeing in the sky and for that reason it is a UFO (Unknown flying object) doesn’t mean to say it’s E.T.

    It’s almost mathematically impossible that out of all the billions of worlds in each galaxy, that our solar system is the only one with life in our Galaxy let alone the entire universe, and although there may be smarter more developed beings there could also be worlds in Prehistoric stages with strange beings, one thing is for sure they would be similar as all life is most likely carbon based.

    One interesting bit about Epping forest which for fun I do drive through at night, (keep the doors locked and if you park up expect to be confused for one of the local doggers). Is the Ghost Stories and Hangman’s hill. If you stop your car on hangman hill and put it in neutral, the car rolls up the hill and stops at the top and it looks real. It’s just an optical illusion of course, But I get why so many people do it.

    As for the Stone henge built by aliens for navigation I doubt it your telling me beings that cross the Galaxy navigate by eye site not with Satnav…?

    I do however believe they may have given human beings a kick in the right direction and there’s lots of evidence of strange visitors or beings throughout ancient civilisations even in holy books and cave drawings.

    Take the Nazca lines. Or the fact that man went from nomad life to settling down and isolated cultures all building pyramids which accurately map the solar system and constellations even to the point the Aztecs mapped Dwarf planets long before we discovered them with high powered telescopes.

    It could be we don’t give early cultures enough credit, but it seems history has given enough evidence that there has been Human contact with Extra terrestrial beings and often the answers given by Scientists are more complex and far fetched than just admitting that Aliens have visited and influenced the human race. But who can truly say. Just amazing how all cultures are linked on a few key areas when it comes to beliefs and architecture and other areas.

    I could write forever on the subject I’ve done a lot of research on this in my spare time. I’m not one of those people who points at a plane or a red dwarf star in winter and thinks it’s E.T.

    However there’s more concrete evidence to support the exsistance of Alien life than there is of Global warming but funny how science will creat evidence to support one but ignore whats right in front of them. It’s still a taboo if you believe in alien life you must be on of those people who hangs around in a desert or field wearing a Foil hat.

    Just look at one bit of example we always assume that these strange beings in early drawings and writings are the “gods” and that the bird is symbolic but think about it, if you had never seen a plane or a strange being how would you describe it? With what you know so flying metal object is represented by a bird. Very much like how we used an Eagle for the Apollo missions it’s a symbolic comparison. I’m sure if we give it long enough and our society and way of life is forgotten people will draw up the same conclusions about us that any bird symbol is religious.

    Interesting artical.

  5. Robin says:

    Horton 229 just check that for an example of how a secret plane can look like a ufo. Background story the Horton 229 was built by the horton brother for the Nazi’s as the worlds first stealth bomber, take into account that this was WW2 1943 and nothing like it had ever been designed let alone built. It was groundbreaking. Hitlers idea to drop a nuclear bomb on new york as a sign of power. Luckily for the World the war ended before the project or bomb was complete. the Plane however did run tests over germany and was taken by the Americans after WW2 and used to develop the B2 stealth bomber much later. But I’m sure it was flown over the USA and many early sightings of UFO’s in the 50′s match the shape of a Horton 229. All stealth bombers look out of this world take the Nighthawk that looks like an aline craft.

  6. Jetpacker says:

    @Robin: You would love this show called Ancient Aliens that occasionally plays on the History Channel. It’s all about the strange coincidences in ancient history (cultures that never communicated simultaneously learned to build pyramids, depictions of visitors wearing futuristic costumes in cave drawings, etc.) and unusual symbols and texts that suggest humans were in contact with extraterrestrials. Erich von Daniken has also been writing all about this since the ’60′s.

    Odds are life is out there somewhere. It’s a pretty big universe. But who knows if they’ve ever visited us? Seems like a big waste of a trip to travel millions of light years and wreck some poor farmer’s crop.

    We agree, they’re called UFOs for a reason: if you see a human-made flying device you’ve never seen before, it’s an unidentified flying object. Chances are most people confuse military test planes for aliens, but it’s probably a huge thrill for people to go to a UFO hotspot, look into the sky, and spot something unusual. Even if it’s just a passing, unidentifiable light, that’s gotta be more thrilling than an episode X-Files. So we say, go out there, have fun… and just don’t get abducted.

  7. Norm says:

    I am not sure of the numbers else where but we live in a very small village in Bulgaria, with often incredible night sky’s with panoramic views. In the 5 years we have been living here we have seen at least 9, 8.5 to 9/10 level sightings and I don’t spend hours watching for them, but most of the time they are very bright orbs of light travelling south easterly at low alt, I have even managed to film them. So I am sure if anyone were more dedicated, subject to weather and clear skies you would probably catch 2 or 5 a week of these strange things, but it seems on one wants to know!!!1

  8. Jetpacker says:

    Woah, really!? What’s the name of your town? You should totally promote that and bring in some commerce. Name it The Bulgarian UFO Town. It’ll be like the Roswell of Bulgaria.

  9. Dave says:

    This is great stuff! I agree with everyone’s posts, but I’m not sure i would worry about an anal probe.. ha ha.. I’m sure aliens have pretty much exhausted that procedure and concluded that one butt is just like another. If i were abducted though i would likely ask them to fix my lower back, since our human medical professionals can’t seem to figure it out. Provided of course their back fixing procedure doesn’t require entry throught the butt!! ha ha ok I’ll get off the butt topic.
    To Jetpacker, I love the Ancient Aliens show.. very good stuff. good science and good logic.
    I have camped a number of times in the White Canyon area of south east Utah, near Blanding. 30 miles from anything man man made.. the sky at night is amazingly clear but i never saw any UFO’s. I was glad to hear that southwestern states had the highest rate of sightings though because i will be retiring to that area soon and Im hoping to someday get some UFO’s on video. Great site, keep it up. Cheers, dave

  10. Jetpacker says:

    We never saw the thrill in anal probing either. Aliens have incredibly futuristic, mind-boggling technology… but they’re fascinated with the butt? If you were an alien, would you really travel millions of light years for a cheap thrill? Haven’t they ever heard of our internet?

    Look, Dave, we’re all for you scanning the skies for UFOs, just don’t go getting abducted on us, okay? Well, at least not until you send us some awesome footage of UFOs.

  11. Kim says:

    No matter how hilarious getting abducted by an ‘Alien’ would be, we have to peice together the facts. I mean there has been quite alot of artifacts found thats dated back like 100 billion years? – Infomation provided on this website -(www.ancientx.com/nm/anmviewer.asp%253Fa%253D75%2526z%253D1). these contain hieroglyphics which is believed to show E.T beings. These are ancient, according to ‘Science’ we are a few a million years old. Although they find obvious man-made artifacts dated from a billion years ago? What if something happened, what if ‘Humans’ didnt actually start on planet earth..

    We also have to think why E.T’s want to visit us, I mean, I think it’s pretty ignorant to think we are the only living species in the universe(‘s). So what relates ‘them’ to ‘us’. This will obviously be seen as a Crazyyy idea, but hey, whoever said the world was round was thought to be Crazy. Im going to move onto the subject with the actual UFO sightings. The most believable type of UFO evidence is when it shows various bright (constantly changing colour) lights, shown in unison or parallel to one another. There are so many sightings like this, I for one witnessed one myself on a coach late at night leaving england going to scotland. Two Bright lights parallel to one another almost like they were following the coach. Then identical to the reports they eventually disappeared. Gone. The government etc state these are military aircraft practices. No way, I don’t think the military has quite mastered the ability to turn invisible or transport. Well, then again, what do we know about the world we live in?

  12. Jetpacker says:

    This sounds like a job for Ancient Aliens and UFO Hunters!

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    1. I saw footage from Mexico of people straight up getting abducted on Travel Channel and it scared me shitless!

    2. Cam says:

      Haha! Good stuff. So I guess the consensus is southwest US and the UK. Should we cross reference with alcohol consumption?

    3. Jetpacker says:

      @Caroline: consider alien abduction a free trip! To outer space! I mean, how many humans get to go to space? Isn’t that worth it for an anal probe?

      @Cam: why doesn’t Canada have UFO sightings like crazy? That’s a big country with a low population and a lot of open space. You’d think it would be like an alien hotbed.

    4. Robin says:

      Seems to be a lot of places in both the UK and the Americas. Not surprised really you here lots of UFO stories in rural England, I personally think they have no link to crop circles, why would an intelligent race of beings who can build a supersonic craft vandalise crops…and since they only started popping up in the 70′s I doubt they are anything but men using string and stomping boards, England is Citys and farmland, we have lots of cows, sheep and crops.

      I live near Epping forest, in Chingford which is outskirts of East london and if you google UFO’s England it’s mentioned with famous sightings over the old Militray base which is now a nature reserve and homes. Seems to be a lot of links with military facilitys and UFO’s it’s entirely possible that some of the sightings are secret aircraft or missiles. But I do belive in visitors and other life out there in the ever expanding universe.

      But you never really know what your seeing in the sky and for that reason it is a UFO (Unknown flying object) doesn’t mean to say it’s E.T.

      It’s almost mathematically impossible that out of all the billions of worlds in each galaxy, that our solar system is the only one with life in our Galaxy let alone the entire universe, and although there may be smarter more developed beings there could also be worlds in Prehistoric stages with strange beings, one thing is for sure they would be similar as all life is most likely carbon based.

      One interesting bit about Epping forest which for fun I do drive through at night, (keep the doors locked and if you park up expect to be confused for one of the local doggers). Is the Ghost Stories and Hangman’s hill. If you stop your car on hangman hill and put it in neutral, the car rolls up the hill and stops at the top and it looks real. It’s just an optical illusion of course, But I get why so many people do it.

      As for the Stone henge built by aliens for navigation I doubt it your telling me beings that cross the Galaxy navigate by eye site not with Satnav…?

      I do however believe they may have given human beings a kick in the right direction and there’s lots of evidence of strange visitors or beings throughout ancient civilisations even in holy books and cave drawings.

      Take the Nazca lines. Or the fact that man went from nomad life to settling down and isolated cultures all building pyramids which accurately map the solar system and constellations even to the point the Aztecs mapped Dwarf planets long before we discovered them with high powered telescopes.

      It could be we don’t give early cultures enough credit, but it seems history has given enough evidence that there has been Human contact with Extra terrestrial beings and often the answers given by Scientists are more complex and far fetched than just admitting that Aliens have visited and influenced the human race. But who can truly say. Just amazing how all cultures are linked on a few key areas when it comes to beliefs and architecture and other areas.

      I could write forever on the subject I’ve done a lot of research on this in my spare time. I’m not one of those people who points at a plane or a red dwarf star in winter and thinks it’s E.T.

      However there’s more concrete evidence to support the exsistance of Alien life than there is of Global warming but funny how science will creat evidence to support one but ignore whats right in front of them. It’s still a taboo if you believe in alien life you must be on of those people who hangs around in a desert or field wearing a Foil hat.

      Just look at one bit of example we always assume that these strange beings in early drawings and writings are the “gods” and that the bird is symbolic but think about it, if you had never seen a plane or a strange being how would you describe it? With what you know so flying metal object is represented by a bird. Very much like how we used an Eagle for the Apollo missions it’s a symbolic comparison. I’m sure if we give it long enough and our society and way of life is forgotten people will draw up the same conclusions about us that any bird symbol is religious.

      Interesting artical.

    5. Robin says:

      Horton 229 just check that for an example of how a secret plane can look like a ufo. Background story the Horton 229 was built by the horton brother for the Nazi’s as the worlds first stealth bomber, take into account that this was WW2 1943 and nothing like it had ever been designed let alone built. It was groundbreaking. Hitlers idea to drop a nuclear bomb on new york as a sign of power. Luckily for the World the war ended before the project or bomb was complete. the Plane however did run tests over germany and was taken by the Americans after WW2 and used to develop the B2 stealth bomber much later. But I’m sure it was flown over the USA and many early sightings of UFO’s in the 50′s match the shape of a Horton 229. All stealth bombers look out of this world take the Nighthawk that looks like an aline craft.

    6. Jetpacker says:

      @Robin: You would love this show called Ancient Aliens that occasionally plays on the History Channel. It’s all about the strange coincidences in ancient history (cultures that never communicated simultaneously learned to build pyramids, depictions of visitors wearing futuristic costumes in cave drawings, etc.) and unusual symbols and texts that suggest humans were in contact with extraterrestrials. Erich von Daniken has also been writing all about this since the ’60′s.

      Odds are life is out there somewhere. It’s a pretty big universe. But who knows if they’ve ever visited us? Seems like a big waste of a trip to travel millions of light years and wreck some poor farmer’s crop.

      We agree, they’re called UFOs for a reason: if you see a human-made flying device you’ve never seen before, it’s an unidentified flying object. Chances are most people confuse military test planes for aliens, but it’s probably a huge thrill for people to go to a UFO hotspot, look into the sky, and spot something unusual. Even if it’s just a passing, unidentifiable light, that’s gotta be more thrilling than an episode X-Files. So we say, go out there, have fun… and just don’t get abducted.

    7. [...] travel to romantic hotspots.  Curious people travel to UFO hotspots.  And suicidal people travel to, well, suicide [...]

    8. Norm says:

      I am not sure of the numbers else where but we live in a very small village in Bulgaria, with often incredible night sky’s with panoramic views. In the 5 years we have been living here we have seen at least 9, 8.5 to 9/10 level sightings and I don’t spend hours watching for them, but most of the time they are very bright orbs of light travelling south easterly at low alt, I have even managed to film them. So I am sure if anyone were more dedicated, subject to weather and clear skies you would probably catch 2 or 5 a week of these strange things, but it seems on one wants to know!!!1

    9. Jetpacker says:

      Woah, really!? What’s the name of your town? You should totally promote that and bring in some commerce. Name it The Bulgarian UFO Town. It’ll be like the Roswell of Bulgaria.

    10. Dave says:

      This is great stuff! I agree with everyone’s posts, but I’m not sure i would worry about an anal probe.. ha ha.. I’m sure aliens have pretty much exhausted that procedure and concluded that one butt is just like another. If i were abducted though i would likely ask them to fix my lower back, since our human medical professionals can’t seem to figure it out. Provided of course their back fixing procedure doesn’t require entry throught the butt!! ha ha ok I’ll get off the butt topic.
      To Jetpacker, I love the Ancient Aliens show.. very good stuff. good science and good logic.
      I have camped a number of times in the White Canyon area of south east Utah, near Blanding. 30 miles from anything man man made.. the sky at night is amazingly clear but i never saw any UFO’s. I was glad to hear that southwestern states had the highest rate of sightings though because i will be retiring to that area soon and Im hoping to someday get some UFO’s on video. Great site, keep it up. Cheers, dave

    11. Jetpacker says:

      We never saw the thrill in anal probing either. Aliens have incredibly futuristic, mind-boggling technology… but they’re fascinated with the butt? If you were an alien, would you really travel millions of light years for a cheap thrill? Haven’t they ever heard of our internet?

      Look, Dave, we’re all for you scanning the skies for UFOs, just don’t go getting abducted on us, okay? Well, at least not until you send us some awesome footage of UFOs.

    12. Kim says:

      No matter how hilarious getting abducted by an ‘Alien’ would be, we have to peice together the facts. I mean there has been quite alot of artifacts found thats dated back like 100 billion years? – Infomation provided on this website -(www.ancientx.com/nm/anmviewer.asp%253Fa%253D75%2526z%253D1). these contain hieroglyphics which is believed to show E.T beings. These are ancient, according to ‘Science’ we are a few a million years old. Although they find obvious man-made artifacts dated from a billion years ago? What if something happened, what if ‘Humans’ didnt actually start on planet earth..

      We also have to think why E.T’s want to visit us, I mean, I think it’s pretty ignorant to think we are the only living species in the universe(‘s). So what relates ‘them’ to ‘us’. This will obviously be seen as a Crazyyy idea, but hey, whoever said the world was round was thought to be Crazy. Im going to move onto the subject with the actual UFO sightings. The most believable type of UFO evidence is when it shows various bright (constantly changing colour) lights, shown in unison or parallel to one another. There are so many sightings like this, I for one witnessed one myself on a coach late at night leaving england going to scotland. Two Bright lights parallel to one another almost like they were following the coach. Then identical to the reports they eventually disappeared. Gone. The government etc state these are military aircraft practices. No way, I don’t think the military has quite mastered the ability to turn invisible or transport. Well, then again, what do we know about the world we live in?

    13. Jetpacker says:

      This sounds like a job for Ancient Aliens and UFO Hunters!

    14. [...] Whether you call ‘em ghostlights, spooklights, St. Elmo’s fires, or will-o’-the-wisps, we can all agree that they’re weird as hell. Except scientists. They say that these weird orbs of flickering light that hover over swamps and forests are just airplanes or headlights in the distance — even though they’ve been around long before those were ever invented. Less skeptical people think the lights, which can only been seen at night, have a supernatural origin. Whatever the case may be, ghostlight hunting is just as exciting as UFO hunting. [...]

    15. [...] Whether you call ‘em ghostlights, spooklights, St. Elmo’s fires, or will-o’-the-wisps, we can all agree that they’re weird as hell. Except scientists. They say that these weird orbs of flickering light that hover over swamps and forests are just airplanes or headlights in the distance — even though they’ve been around long before those were ever invented.  Less skeptical people think the lights, which can only been seen at night, have a supernatural origin. Whatever the case may be, ghostlight hunting is just as exciting as UFO hunting. [...]

    16. [...] Whether you call ‘em ghostlights, spooklights, St. Elmo’s fires, or will-o’-the-wisps, we can all agree that they’re weird as hell. Except scientists. They say that these weird orbs of flickering light that hover over swamps and forests are just airplanes or headlights in the distance — even though they’ve been around long before those were ever invented.  Less skeptical people think the lights, which can only been seen at night, have a supernatural origin. Whatever the case may be, ghostlight hunting is just as exciting as UFO hunting. [...]

    17. [...] Whether you call ‘em ghostlights, spooklights, St. Elmo’s fires, or will-o’-the-wisps, we can all agree that they’re weird as hell. Except scientists. They say that these weird orbs of flickering light that hover over swamps and forests are just airplanes or headlights in the distance — even though they’ve been around long before those were ever invented.  Less skeptical people think the lights, which can only been seen at night, have a supernatural origin. Whatever the case may be, ghostlight hunting is just as exciting as UFO hunting. [...]

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