UFO sightings began in the 1900’s with many reports occurring after WW2. The actual definition of a UFO is an unidentified flying object, and are usually said to be a light in the sky that can’t be identified. Almost all UFO’s are thought to be from life on other planets.
In just the two months June and July of 1947, 853 sightings were said to occur. One of these sightings was the Kenneth Arnold sighting. Kenneth Arnold was a pilot who claimed to see nine UFO’s in the sky while he was flying over Washington. Many other sightings happened right around the same area which could mean that these UFO’s target one area at a time, or do you think that people around that area starting making up stories about UFO sightings because they knew that other sightings actually did occur?
During 1947 again an air force plane crashed into a UFO according to witnesses. Later, the air force claimed that the pilot made a n error and crashed the plane. This seems kind of weird because air force pilots are very good at flying planes and rarely make mistakes.
Two retired air force commanders describe encounters with UFO’s. Both of these encounters occurred near the same place, Paris. I find it interesting that both of the men that say they saw UFO’s were retired, and no longer in the air force’ s control.
My own opinion about the government knowing about UFO’s is in the middle. I don’t think that the air force and government know all about UFO’s, and had connections with them, but I do think that they know more info than the rest of the world. The fact stating that they stopped trying to learn about them is a lie though I think. Another thing that makes me believe that the military does know stuff about UFO’s is the way they reacted to the air force plane crash and how the two guys spoke of their sightings after they retired rather than right when it happened. Do you think that we can trust our govenment?