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Phoenix UFO identified as a research balloon

Witnesses in Phoenix, Arizona and surrounding areas observed a bright UFO on the evening of Monday, September 2. AZCentral.com reports that 3TV received dozens of calls about the UFO over Phoenix. And at least three witnesses filed sighting reports with ...

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Roswell witness Jesse Marcel Jr. passes at 76 (Video)

Jesse Marcel Jr. was the son of the U.S. Air Force intelligence officer who first examined the crash debris found by Mac Brazel near Roswell, New Mexico in early July of 1947. His father had told him about the event and had shown him and his mother some of the debris that was recovered. Marcel passed away in his home on Saturday, August 24, due to a suspected heart attack.

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Discovery picks up Unsealed: Alien Files

On August 7, 2013, Bellum Entertainment announced that its show Unsealed: Alien Files has been picked up by Discovery Communications. This show, and a companion show, Unsealed: Conspiracy Files, premiered in September 2012. These shows were syndicated nationally in the ...

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Slow crop circle season produces two formations within a week

Historically the county of Wiltshire in South West England, home of Stonehenge, has been the focal point for crop circles. Nearly 90 percent of all crop circles have been found in this area, typically in the summer months. However, this season has been slower than usual, with two of the most dramatic and impressive formations being found in the beginning of August.

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CIA gets UFOs wrong in Area 51 document

The National Security Archives at George Washington University have posted a document obtained via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that finally officially acknowledges the existence of Area 51, although this is not the first official document to reference Area 51 and the CIA’s account of the U-2 and UFOs is not entirely accurate.

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