Does good UFO evidence exist? Can we find proof of UFOs? And if we did, would it matter? Scientists and laymen have searched for years. Read more about their hunt and how they try to solve the problem of UFO evidence.
Less than 100 miles from Las Vegas, is the most famous secret military installation on the planet: Area 51. For decades, the U.S. government refused to acknowledge it existed. But now, the secret is out. See more »
The accounts are oddly similar: darting lights in a night sky, a hovering disc, radio interference. How can so many people be "mistaken"? Learn about the evidence for and against alien UFOs and check out some of the stranger tales of contact. See more »
Not a star. Not an airplane. No, this is something radically different. It moves through the night sky with amazing speed and pulsates with radiance beyond anything you've ever witnessed. UFO? See more »
Many people have reported alien abduction stories. Most of the abductees have shared their stories through hypnosis -- which causes wide disagreement about their validity. Read more about alien abductions. See more »
In 1952, angel hair came drifting from the sky, falling over the French towns of Oloron and Gaillac. The short life of angel hair makes it difficult to analyze. Learn more about the history of angel hair UFOs. See more »
J. Allen Hynek was a scientific advisor to Project Blue Book, the government UFO research group. As time went on, he had more and more difficulty toeing the party line on UFO phenomena. Learn more about J. Allen Hynek and his UFO research. See more »