Many people believe that life exists beyond planet Earth, and with an endless number of reported and documented UFO and alien sightings, landings, and encounters, the theory that we earthlings are not alone is an impossible one to debunk. While sightings might be easier for some of us to explain away, alleged landings and rare encounters are occurrences that are tough to ignore--especially if there were several witnesses or some sort of physical evidence left behind. If accounts of UFO's pique your curiosity, keep reading. Highlighted for you here are 8 alleged UFO landing sites that have turned many skeptics into believers.
Rendlesham Forest - Woodbridge, England
In late December of 1980, American airmen stationed at a US Air Force base near Rendlesham Forest witnessed what they claim was a UFO landing. When the airmen first spotted the UFO descending into the forest, they thought they were seeing a plane crash. Upon further investigation, they realized that it wasn't a plane at all--it was some sort of spacecraft. Evidence was found in the forest that corroborated the men's stories, and to this day it's one of the most well documented cases of a UFO landing.
September 27, 1989, was a day that several children in Voronezh, Russia, will never forget. While playing outside, a small group of children claim that a UFO landed right before their very eyes. That's not all these children saw, though. They also alleged to have had an encounter with a very tall alien who was accompanied by a robot. The children drew pictures of what they saw, and the alleged landing was investigated. No evidence in this case was ever found--but the children's accounts couldn't be disproved, either.
Quite possibly the most famous UFO landing site in the world is located in Roswell, New Mexico. "The Roswell Incident," as it's so often referred to, took place on July 8, 1947, when local residents claimed not only that a UFO landed, but that they saw its inhabitants. Although the US government disregarded the reports by saying the UFO was nothing more than a weather balloon, residents didn't buy it. To this day The Roswell Incident is believed by many to be a true testament that there's life beyond Earth.
Levelland, Texas, USA
The town of Levelland, Texas, is no stranger to UFO activity--at least five landings have been reported there, all of them corroborated by none other than the local police department. Many residents alleged to have witnessed the UFO landings, and claim that the close encounters caused serious electrical problems throughout the area. Once the UFO's had disappeared, all of the electrical problems vanished with them.
The townspeople of Sinelnikovo in the Ukraine have also reported seeing multiple UFO's of a pinkish color flying overhead. At one point in 2009, there was enough activity to enlist the help of a Vladislav Kanuka, considered by many to be an expert in the study of UFO's. When Kanuka set up surveillance equipment in the area where the UFO's were most frequently spotted in order to capture some evidence, his efforts were rewarded. When he played the surveillance tapes back, he realized he had captured what appeared to be a UFO landing.
Delphos, Kansas, USA
1971 was a memorable year for residents of Delphos, Kansas. Sixteen year-old Ron Johnson, accompanied by his dog, was out keeping an eye on the family's sheep when he saw a UFO flying overhead. He later described the UFO as being mushroom-shaped, and said shortly after spotting it, the spacecraft lowered almost to the ground. Hovering in a mass of bright light, it was glimpsed by Johnson's parents just before shooting off into the sky. Left in its place was a glowing ring, composed of light and an unfamiliar substance. The report was investigated by the Kansas Highway Patrol, but they were unable to either confirm or disprove the teenager's story.
Socorro, New Mexico, USA
On April 24, 1964, Socorro Highway Patrol Officer Lonnie Zamora not only saw a UFO that had landed, he had a brief encounter with the spacecraft's passengers as well. While in pursuit of another vehicle, Zamora was startled by a loud noise. The noise eventually ceased, but in the direction that it had come from he saw what appeared to be fire. Thinking he had just witnessed a dynamite explosion, he left the high-speed chase to go investigate. When he finally reached the area where he had seen the flames, he saw none other than an egg-shaped UFO. Standing next to the spacecraft were two odd child-like figures that did not appear to be human. Zamora was able to describe his encounter with great detail, including a description of both the spacecraft and the aliens that were aboard it.
Maurice Masse of Valensole, France, had a similar experience to that of Lonnie Zamora--and the fact that the two men had seen virtually the same thing erased much of the doubt that may have surrounded their stories. In 1965, Masse alleged that a UFO landed in a field near his lavender crops. He described two alien figures--nearly identical in description to the ones that Lonnie Zamora had seen. Both counts even alleged that the figures were wearing overalls. Masse claimed that one of the aliens used a light beam of some sort to disable him. When he finally came to, the spacecraft was already ascending into the sky.
Alleged landings such as the ones featured here make it difficult to deny that there may be life elsewhere in the galaxy and maybe beyond. While the alleged landings featured here may not be enough to make believers out of everyone, they have never been disproved. For some, reports such as these are all that's needed to confirm that the people on Earth are not alone.
Guest post from Jean Clark. Jean writes for BackgroundCheck.org.
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