The Texas Triangle
A popular hot-spot covering parts of Texas and New Mexico. This UFO hot spot is in the area of Albuquerque, and includes the infamous Roswell, New Mexico. Roswell is probably the most famous UFO story in the United States, where an alien craft allegedly crashed in 1947, and was quickly attributed by the military to be a weather balloon, and the fabled aliens, supposed to have been seen by local witnesses, to be crash test dummies. But Roswell is only one of many UFO related incidences to happen in the Texas Triangle are over the years.
The whole state of Colorado seems to be a hot-spot for UFO sitings. The area around the small city of Saquach seems to be especially active in the UFO department. Colorado cities in that area hold the top four out of five spots for UFO sites and alien encounters per population count for the year of 2005, according to UFOCAT.
Gulf Breeze, Florida
Another popular UFO destination is Florida, especially the Gulf Breeze. UFO photograph, tales of abductions, and plenty of sightings in the whole Pensacola area lure UFO investigators from around the world to Gulf breeze every year. Another Florida hot-spot that deserves mention here is Santa Rosa.
Lincolnton, North Carolina
Lincolnton and other cities in North Carolina have had a long history of UFO sightings, starting as far back as 1944. Reports have included silver balls in the sky, UFOs chasing people in their vehicles, close encounters with aliens, abductions and other incidences in the area over the years.
Elk River, Minnesota
Sightings in or near the town of Elk River, Minnesota, have made the area a UFO hot-spot, especially famous sightings and encounters in the 1990's. UFOs were often seen moving low to the ground or hovering, either silently or with a low humming sound. Strange shapes sighted have included cigar, wing, or v-shaped craft, regular old saucers, and even jellyfish shaped UFOs.
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