What exactly is an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO)? Technically, it is any object that cannot be classified as a plane, swamp gas or any other natural phenomenon that would make something appear in the sky.
Can Most UFO Events Be Explained?
While many true believers insist that UFOs come from outer space, science has done a good job of ruling out many sightings as natural events, hoaxes or the result of a faulty camera. However, there are still a handful of sightings that have yet to be explained by scientists.
Are All UFOs Necessarily Piloted By Aliens?
Although A UFO is generally considered to be a term used to classify an alien spaceship, a UFO is simply anything in the sky that cannot be identified. Therefore, a classified plane being flown by the government or a plane that has no markings could be considered a UFO as well.
What Should You Do If You See A UFO?
The first thing that you should do when you see a UFO is to call the police. While you may think that you are watching an alien spacecraft fly over your car, you could be witnessing a terrorist attack or a meteor heading for a major city. Informing the police will start an investigation that could save lives. Before calling the authorities, take pictures if at all possible and try to remember as many details about what you saw.
Seeing a UFO is an interesting experience. If you think you are seeing something out of this world, you should get pictures or videos of the craft. This will help document your experience and help people believe your story when you eventually tell it.