In 1947, a strange object fell from the sky near Roswell, New Mexico, and controversy brewed over what it really was.

Shag Harbour

In Nova Scotia, on the night of October 4, 1967, in the remote town of Shag Harbour, dozens of eyewitnesses--airline pilots, fishermen, teenagers, and police officers--see what appears to be an extraterrestrial craft hovering above the water's surface.

Colares Island

In September 1977, something amazing appears in the night sky over the Brazilian island of Colares in the Amazon delta--a luminous object hovering about 15 feet over the water. For nearly two months, strange flying objects visit the island--some big, some small, saucer-shaped, cigar-shaped, some luminous and some not.

Tunguska Blast

Though the incredible Tunguska Blast has been regarded by most scientists as a comet explosion, many believe that the Tunguska blast was that of an alien ship, powered by a type of technology man did not have in the early 20th century.

Fire in the Sky

Perhaps the worlds most famous alien abduction. This event took place on November 5, 1975 and was made famous by a movie in 1993.

Illinois UFO Case

This famous UFO case involved the sighting of a huge unidentified triangular-shaped UFO by police officers and others in the early morning hours of January 5, 2000, over the state of Illinois.

The Phoenix Lights

The Phoenix Lights UFO incident is a complex series of events that took place on March 13, 1997 over the states of Nevada, Arizona, and possibly New Mexico, and which would quickly become known as the "Phoenix Lights" sightings.

Voronezh Landing

On September 27, 1989 the story of the Voronezh aliens came about. Several young children who claimed to have seen a three-eyed alien with a robot escort. The alien was said to be about nine foot tall.

Kelly Cahill Story

In August 1993, 27-year-old Kelly Cahill, her husband and three children were driving home after a visit to a friend's house. After midnight the Cahills first noticed the lights of a rounded craft with windows around it.

Japan Airlines Flight 1628

On Nov. 11th 1987 Ed Walters was working in his home office when he noticed a light moving outside, partially obscured by the pine tree in his yard.

Cash-Landrum Case

On December 29th, 1980 a terrifying encounter with a flame belching UFO on a lonely road near Huffman, Texas, resulted in appalling injuries for the three innocent victims.

The Tehran Incident

On September 18th, 1976 One of the best documented UFO-aircraft incidents, when a UFO was observed flying over the restricted airspace of Tehran, Iran.

The Kentucky Abductions

On January 6, 1976, three women were abducted near Stanford, Kentucky. As they were driving together to have dinner, a bright red object appeared in the sky, which Mona Stafford at first thought was an airplane on fire.

Kecksburg UFO Crash

An object landed in the tiny town of Kecksburg, PA on December 9, 1965. It was observed as a fireball in the sky across several U.S. states and Canada.

Masse Case

On July 19th, 1965, farmer Maurice Masse was inspecting his field of lavender when he heard a whistling sound, then noticed an egg-shaped object with six thin legs and a central pedestal standing nearby..

Betty & Barney Hill Case

The first abduction case to be brought to the publics attention was back on Sept. 19th, 1961. Betty and Barney Hill reported seeing a UFO and experienced a period of missing time while on a long car journey.

The Sea Fury Incident

One of the most controversial radar visual reports of the fifties occurred on August 31st, 1954. The story leaked out in December, 1954, and made front page headlines.

McMinnville Sighting

Two of the most notorious UFO photos of all time were taken on a farm near Mcminnville by a farmer named Paul A. Trent.

Autopsy Film

In 1995 London based businessman Ray Santilli caused what has been arguably the biggest controversy in the entire history of UFO research when he launched his 'Alien Autopsy' film.

Columbus Sighting

On October 11th in 1942 Christopher Columbus and Pedro Gutierrez while on the deck of the Santa Maira, observed, "a light glimmering at a great distance."

Basel Sighting

The spheres appeared at sunrise, 'Many became red and fiery, ending by being consumed and vanishing', wrote Samuel Coccius in the local newspaper on August 7th 1566.

Chiles-Whitted Case

Another one of the famous airline sightings took place on July 24th, 1948. It is known as the Chiles-Whitted Eastern Airlines case. An Eastern DC-3, en route from Houston to Atlanta, was flying at an altitude of about 5,000 ft.

Flatwoods Monster

Just before dark on September 12, 1952, at Flatwoods, WV, some young school boys saw a fiery UFO streak across the sky and apparently land on a nearby hilltop.

Vaucluse Beach

On July 19th, 1965 a disc-shaped object glowed as it sat on a beach. As witness approached the object, the object lifted off from the ground, quickly climbed in the air, and disappeared.

Delphos Landing

On Nov. 2nd, 1972 16 year old Ronald Johnson was tending the sheep, accompanies by his dog, when the sighting happened. What he suddenly saw was a mushroom shaped object, illuminated by multicolored lights over its entire surface and hovering 25 yards away.

Mexico City Eclipse

During the total solar eclipse of July 11, 1991, several videos were taken of a strange "object" that materialized near totality and then "left" shortly after totality. This was highlighted on Unsolved mysteries and The Best UFO evidence on video tape. This event was supposedly observed by millions of people

Coyame Secret

Coyame, Mexico is a small town not far from the US border. It's home to three thousand people and possibly the best-kept secret of all-time. In August of 1974, the USA military was tracking a mysterious object over Mexico; then suddenly it disappeared from radar near Coyame.

Aurora Story

In April 1897--50 years before the alleged UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico--a mysterious airship crash rocked the small town of Aurora, Texas...or at least, that's how the legend or potential hoax goes.

Fatima Sightings

On May 13, 1917, three illiterate shepherd children, at work tending sheep outside Fatima, Portugal, were surprised by a bright flash in a nearby pasture called Cova de Ira, widely known as an old sacred place.

Mexican Air Force

Mexican Air Force pilots filmed 11 unidentified flying objects in the skies over southern Campeche state in Mexico, a Mexican Defense Department spokesman confirmed. A videotape was made widely available to the news media.

Varginha Incident

In 1996 in Varginha, Brazil, during the course of several weeks at least two and perhaps as many as six alien creatures were captured or killed and turned over to American authorities, and a UFO may have crashed.

America West Flight 564

On May 25th, 1995 A Boeing 757 piloted by Captain Eugene Tollefson and First Officer John J. Waller, was passing near Bovina, Texas. Captain Tollefson left his seat to look [at a line of regularly flashing lights]

Gulf Breeze Sightings

On Nov. 11th 1987 Ed Walters was working in his home office when he noticed a light moving outside, partially obscured by the pine tree in his yard.

Rendlesham Forest Incident

What is widely considered Britain’s most extraordinary encounter took place between 26 and 28 December 1980.

Trans-en-Provience Case

On the afternoon of January 8, 1981, a strange craft landed on a farm near the village of Trans-en-Provence in the Var region in southeastern France. Physical traces left on the ground were collected by the Gendarmerie within 24 hours and later analyzed in several French government laboratories.

The Allagash Abductions

In August of 1976 4 art students in their early twenties went camping in Maine's Allagash wilderness only to be abducted in this scary story.

Jimmy Carter Sighting

Jimmy Carter is one of two U.S. Presidents who have reported seeing a UFO before becoming the President. He later said, "It was the darndest thing I've ever seen.

Coyne Helicopter Incident

The Coyne case (or "Army helicopter incident") stands out as, perhaps the most credible (in the "high strangeness" category) of the 1973 wave.

Socorro / Zamora UFO Incident

The experience of Lonnie Zamora on April 24, 1964 stands as one of the most profound ufo events in the modern history of the phenomena.

The Levelland Sightings

This case is perhaps the most important concentration of vehicle interference events in the United States. On the evening of November 2, 1957, Patrolman A. J. Fowler, officer on duty at Levelland, Texas, received the first of several strangely similar phone calls.

Kinross AFB Incident

On the evening of 23 November 1953, an Air Force radar controller became alerted to an "unidentified target" over Lake Superior, and an F-89C Scorpion jet was scrambled from Kinross AFB.

Kenneth Arnold Sighting

The modern phenomena of UFOs and “flying saucers” began in Washington state on June 24, 1947, when Kenneth Arnold spotted nine mysterious, high-speed objects “flying like a saucer would” along the crest of the Cascade Range.

Missouri Retrieval

One of the most mysterious stories of a crashed UFO with alien bodies preceded the well know Roswell events by some six years. It took place in April, 1941.

Nuremberg Battle

At sunrise on the 14th April 1561, the citizens of Nuremberg beheld "A very frightful spectacle." The sky appeared to fill with cylindrical objects from which red, black, orange and blue white disks and globes emerged.

B-29 Radar Visual

On December 6th, 1952 when watching the radarscope, Coleman observed two UFOs which he tracked at a speed in excess of 5.000 miles per hour, quite impossible for planes of the day.

Nash-Fortenberry Sighting

On July 14th 1952 a flight crew noticed six bright objects in echelon formation streaking toward them at tremendous speed. They had the fiery aspect of hot coals, but of much greater glow.

Goblins Encounter

On August 21st, 1955 Billy Ray Taylor went out to fetch some water from the Sutton family well, when he saw a large shining object land in a gully about a city block away.

Pascagoula Abduction

On October 11th, 1973 the Pascagoula Incident took place. It involved two men, Parker and Hickson, both of Gautier, Mississippi, who were fishing in the Pascagoula River when they heard a buzzing noise behind them.

Kirtland AFB

On the morning of August 9, 1980, several security guards at the Manzano Weapons Storage Area, adjacent to Kirtland AFB, saw a bright light descend in (a) restricted area.

Fort Dix AFB

The primary eyewitness in the case on Jan. 18th 1978. Jeffrey Morse, alleged (i) that he had been working as a security policeman at McGuire AFB when he was notified about UFO activity over Fort Dix army base.