BuzzFeed asked people at the International UFO Congress what they would say if they ever encountered an alien. Here’s what they had to say:
Paranoia Magazine is a publication that deals with conspiracies and paranormal activity. And they have some mind-blowing cover stories.
I went to the International UFO Congress in Fort McDowell, Arizona and asked people what they’re tired of hearing. This is how they answered.
Aliens know how to make their presence known.
Their shared year of release is only the beginning.
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Officials say it’s *not* a cloud.
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The truth is out there.
The Truth Was in There.
There are unconfirmed reports that a Hellmouth has opened above us and we might all be about to die. UPDATED: We might not be about to die.
Don’t forget to look up!
“Tonight, when you look at the night sky, realize that somebody could be looking back at you.”
Plus the nine most beautiful banknotes in the world, why the British stopped hunting UFOs, man and cat swimming to safety, and a pet capybara named Gary.
The Sun says sorry to aliens.
He even posted a video to prove it. What do you think of the Oscar winner’s close encounter?
As the “We the People” site gets overrun by secessionists, pranksters, and Piers Morgan-haters, an Obama spokesman says they’ll honor their pledge to respond to every one with over 25K signatures.
By January, many were already reporting reporting that 2012 was going to be a big year for UFO sightings. But 2012 wasn’t just a big year for flying saucer sightings — it was a big year for the paranormal in general.
Classic Rock ‘N’ Roll used to rule the strip. And record company’s used to spend a lot of money on spectacular billboards.
Anything getting close to the sun would surely burn up. The only explanation then? Aliens. Or Cosmic Rays. Or Camera Malfunction.
Et tu, Science Channel? Sure UFO doesn’t necessarily mean aliens but it looks like they’re following the History Channel honey trap to catch viewers.
Scientists say it was a meteor. Definitely not aliens. Definitely not.
More conspiracy fodder! This 13-pound, 43-inch metallic sphere crash landed in Namibia about a month ago, and speculation as to its origin ranges from alien technology to satellite innards. But mostly this post is an excuse to dredge up the trailer for “Spaceballs.”
Heads up, conspiracy theorists! The military says it’s not a recovered alien craft under that tarp, but an X-47B drone…OR IS IT?!?! (SPOILER: It is.)
Unless they were colorless Chinese lanterns? I’m no UFO expert so you be the judge.
The explorers found a 60 foot disc with a 985-foot “impact” trail leading to it on a sonar image of the ocean floor. It looks a lot like the Millenium Falcon. This obviously means we are not alone. Or it means that some rocks underwater just happen to be shaped like a spaceship and its crash path. But just once can’t it be aliens? Please? (via gizmodo.com) Watch Video ›
Want to see some unexplained lights in the sky or slow moving cigar-shaped or saucer-shaped objects? Gas up the car and head out to the southwest section of Colorado.
This sounds like a subplot to The Kennedys.