Dr. Josef Allen Hynek was an American astronomer, professor, and UFO investigator officially appointed by the U.S. Air Force as a scientific consultant for three high-profile UFO investigations. Those investigations include Project Sign, Project Grudge, and Operation Blue Book, and range from 1947 to 1969, a span of 22 years.
One night in March of 1997, residents of Phoenix, Arizona were treated to an extraordinary sight in what was one of the most famous UFO occurrences on record, The Phoenix Lights. Phoenix is no stranger to UFO sightings, but the events that took place on the night of March 13th
UFO sightings continued to occur into the 1970s. Early in the morning on September 19, 1976 a UFO was observed by several people over Iranian airspace, near the city of Tehran. Multiple jet fighters were scrambled to intercept the UFO, and what resulted was one of the most well-documented and
In 1997, a scientific panel was called together to scrutinize the physical evidence in relationship with UFO sightings. Professor Peter A. Sturrock of Stanford University was tasked as the lead investigator, with funding and support provided by Laurance Rockefeller, a notable advocate of UFO disclosure. The Sturrock Panel was tasked
So why does UFO disclosure even matter? Knowledge is power and UFOs are real. Under any circumstances, the time has come for government agencies to declassify UFO-related materials so the public can come to terms with the full scope of the issue and consider the implications. Some countries have already
Throughout the post World War II-era, there were many reported instances of UFOs interacting with nuclear facilities to disable equipment, including nuclear weapons. Nuclear facilities that were reported to have been visited include nuclear missile sites, nuclear weapon storage sites, and nuclear weapons test sites. Many former military personnel that
UFO sightings continued to mount up during the 1960s; so many that Congress even began discussing the subject. In fact, between 1966 and 68, three open hearings on the subject of UFOs were conducted by the US House of Representatives. One such Congressional UFO hearing was held by the Committee
As we have discussed previously, UFOs are real. Once you realize the sheer number of UFO sightings from credible witnesses, tracked visually and on radar, the next obvious question is “what are they?” (It goes without saying not all sightings are the same; there are a wide range of reported
Starting in the late 1940s, many people started to realize that UFOs are real due to the sheer volume of credible sightings reported. Adding fuel to the fire, another wave of UFO sightings occurred in 1952. During the month of July, there was a rash of sightings across Washington D.C.
Another famous UFO incident occurred in the early hours of February 25th, 1942, with the “Battle of Los Angeles.” Tensions were still high in the wake of Pearl Harbor, and anti-aircraft guns were maintained across the west coast. Air raid drills were commonplace at the time. In the early morning