Saturday, December 2, 2023


Have you ever seen a UFO?

Last night before bed I watched the episode of Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries about the 1994 Michigan UFO event where more than 300 people, no relation to one another, all reported seeing UFOs.

I’m usually quite skeptical about this, but ya gotta admit… 300 people (and that’s only the ones who called 911 about it!) is a lot of people! If you haven’t seen the episode yet, watch it and you’ll see why it’s so believable (and it’s not just the witnesses that have proof—the weather radar saw them too!). It’s season 3, episode 2: “Something in the Sky.”

Have you ever seen a UFO? And remember, it’s maybe not just an alien spaceship, it’s just an unidentified flying object—it could be anything. If so, do you believe it was some type of alien life or was it just something unexplainable, maybe an asteroid or plane or something?

If you answer yes or maybe, tell us about it in the comments. I’ll be reading!

Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 700+ newsletters for she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.



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Tim (@guest_214700)
11 months ago

I’ve seen many unidentified flying objects, but no aliens. A blinking light in the night sky might be a plane but I don’t know, it is an unidentified flying object.

Keith K (@guest_214685)
11 months ago

I was an air traffic controller for 38 years and spent a lot of time in the tower looking at the sky. There were many times I saw something I couldn’t identify, especially at night. But eventually the “UFO” morphed into the recognizable shape of an aircraft. Inversion, fog, moonlight and other weather conditions can make you see something strange, even in the daylight. Personally, I don’t believe in flying objects from outer space, but UFOs are merely unidentified flying objects, not ships full of Klingons.

Dave (@guest_214664)
11 months ago

Thought we did once in Canada, but turned out to be the Space Station passing by. Fun time though.

T. Plante (@guest_214643)
11 months ago

Daytime sighting (late afternoon), New England. Metalic football-shaped object about 10-meters in length.
Flying northwest. no sound. no visual means of propulsion. Could see the sunlight reflecting off the top of it, brilliantly silver. Underneath was much duller (no sun reflection). Much faster than an airplane. It was a life changing event.

Jeff Craig (@guest_214543)
11 months ago

Standing aft lookout when I was on my first ship, we were off the coast of Florida and I spotted a light crossing the sky heading north from aft going forward, but when I reported it to Combat they said radar didn’t see anything out there. When it was at out four o’clock, it suddenly changed direction (heading toward us and the coast) and the starboard lookout saw it as well – still, nothing on radar. The OOD (person responsible for the ship while Captain was away) and a few others stepped out to see it. After another twenty seconds of it heading towards us, (we estimated about 20 miles out but who knows), it went vertical and shot into the sky. The OOD was looking at it through the ‘big eyes’ (HUGE binoculars mounted to the ship) and said it had no navigation lights or afterburner plume (as we’d seen from fighters over the years). Most of us watch it disappear into the sky where it eventually faded away. I can’t say it was ‘not of this Earth’, but it sure wasn’t normal.

Ozzie (@guest_214502)
11 months ago

Never saw one-still looking.

Art M (@guest_214335)
11 months ago

Saw two objects going across the sky on a cold cloudless February day, no contrails, no visible means of propulsion, no wings, no rotor blades. They both kept perfect formation and made no sound.

Bill (@guest_214319)
11 months ago

UFO is by definition is anything unidentifiable and we all have experienced that.

Tim (@guest_214701)
11 months ago
Reply to  Bill

You speak the truth.

Bill (@guest_214296)
11 months ago

They may find us tasty and good to eat. 🙂

Dave (@guest_214665)
11 months ago
Reply to  Bill

YUP, I remember that movie too !!!!

Bob M (@guest_214285)
11 months ago

Anything is possible. There is no logical explanation why we are here, why every bird, animal or plant is here and different and you can go on and on. Science only thinks they have the answers, but there is no answer.

Jim Knoch (@guest_214270)
11 months ago

Back in the early 1980’s, I was crossing the Lake Pontchartrain causeway (24 mile bridge over the lake) from New Orleans Northward to St. Tammany Parish just after sunset when a light caught my eye falling from the sky. It was alternately glowing orange and green as it continued a straight line and became lower in the sky after about 10 minutes and finally disappeared over the trees on the North shore of the lake. I guess it was a meteorite that fell somewhere North of Covingto , possibly landing as far North as South Western Mississippi. I searched the news for a week after the event, but found no other reports and due to the rural nature of the countryside, it was likely missed by other folks. So the mystery remains … a meteorite or a descending spaceship?

Richard Chabrajez (@guest_214269)
11 months ago

Isn’t being abducted by aliens a pre-qualifier for living in a trailer?

rvgrandma (@guest_214262)
11 months ago

Often see things moving in the sky I can’t identify, especially during the night.

JAMES (@guest_214257)
11 months ago

A very large one about the size of a football stadium slowly flew over us in the desert 1976 or 1977 heading towards Edwards AFB

Bob M (@guest_214282)
11 months ago
Reply to  JAMES

Might have been something they were testing. When I was there it was a Air Force Flight Test Center.

Suru (@guest_214241)
11 months ago

I haven’t seen one yet, but I sure would like to!

Roy Davis (@guest_214237)
11 months ago

Since it stands for “unidentified fly object” I will say yes but I won’t call it an alien spacecraft.

Gary (@guest_214485)
11 months ago
Reply to  Roy Davis

That would be a bug.

DW/ND (@guest_214236)
11 months ago

Area 51!

Ed K (@guest_214196)
11 months ago

Only when I was in the Navy and Drunker than a skunk. Not sure if it was flying or if it was me.

Jeff Abrams (@guest_214195)
11 months ago

YES ! It was thrown by my wife. (Only kidding )

Pamela Jobson (@guest_214184)
11 months ago

I was an Air Traffic Controller and I will always remember something hopping across the Radar Screen very quickly. Nothing else could possibly do that. This was 40 some yrs ago

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