Sometimes, when you’re down at the local grocery store, you might swear some people hail from worlds other than our own. But, what about beings who actually do come from somewhere outside the range of our science? Do you believe in life on other planets?
Some folks certainly do, and from the deserts of Arizona to the marshlands of South Carolina, sightings of unidentified flying objects are making believers out of skeptics.
Let’s don our foil hats, grab our cameras, and take a look at what’s been going on in the skies above our fair country lately.
Crimson Craft Came to Cleveland
A red, cylindrical UFO was spotted by two young lovebirds sitting on the porch in Cleveland, Ohio, on June 2nd. Looking larger than the full moon, it hovered above a nearby home, until it stealthily sped west, punching a hole in the cloud cover.
Orbiting Orb Over Oregon
In April, a husband and wife were returning home from the night’s festivities when a pulsating white light slowly sank in the sky over Grant’s Pass, Oregon. It disappeared behind a distant hill, only to return for a another peek, moments later.
Gaggle of Glowing Globes Graze Glen Allen
A video of what appear to be unidentified flying objects flying in formation over Glen Allen, Virginia recently popped up online. The cameraman is understandably excited, giving the video a harrowing but shaky vibe. Hard to say what those glowing orbs are, but they certainly look otherworldly.
Submerged Saucers Scare San Franciscans
Actually, the sighting occurred near town of Pacifica, but that doesn’t quite have the same ring to it. Seen by a large group of people who were driving the coastal highway, these two huge, ocean-going discs loitered underwater for four hours or more. A coast guard vessel was seen approaching the objects, and then rapidly retreating. This spooked onlookers, who beat their own hasty retreats, as well.
Bright Lights Over Portland
Sorry, I ran out of alliterative titles. Eight bright lights were seen moving in formation over Portland, Oregon. It was speculated that they might have all been attached to one huge craft, as opposed to being several individual UFOs. Slow moving and silent, these lights did not appear to fit the patterns typically exhibited by commercial or military aircraft.
Keep those cameras handy. You never know when you might need them. And, if a UFO gets too close, run!
[Photo Credit: massufosightings]