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A UFO is an unidentified flying object. UFOs have been sighted throughout history and around the world (as well as in outer space by astronauts). While the vast majority of UFO sightings are explainable (identified flying objects, IFOs), a small number remain truly unidentified and unexplainable from known phenomena and craft. Some of these may be experimental military craft, though others are bizarre enough to seemingly rule out that potential explanation. Additionally, there are many accounts of individuals being abducted into craft. We take no view of such accounts here, but merely direct interested travelers to places identified as being especially associated with UFOs.

UFO hotspots[edit]

A UFO hotspot is a location where an unusually high number of UFOs have been sighted.



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Claimed UFO crash sites[edit]

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Other places of ufological interest[edit]


  • Nazca - It is alleged that the Nazca lines may have been created for or by extraterrestrials.

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  • Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio - One of the locations where the Roswell UFO wreckage may have been sent.
  • Area 51, Nevada - One of the locations where the Roswell UFO wreckage may have been sent. The location of Lockheed-Martin's Skunkworks, where a number of secret experimental craft are tested, including the stealth bomber and fighter, which may have been responsible for a number of black triangle sightings.
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