David Grannis Moore
Are UFOs real?
Updated: Jul 10, 2018
For the past 70 years, aircraft of unknown origin have been zipping all over the skies of our planet. Some are small, some big, some gigantic—over a mile long. Some are circular, some delta-shaped, some cylindrical, some with a hole in the middle like a donut. They can travel at incredible speeds and often turn on a dime. They’ve been viewed by commercial air pilots, military pilots, tens of thousands of people from the ground, and observed on radar.
Beyond sightings in the air, their craft have left burn marks in places they’ve landed. There are even claims of UFO crashes—the most famous, of course, being the Roswell, NM crash of 1947.
These craft don’t just fly in the sky. How about USO’s—an acronym for underwater submersibles? These craft have been seen emerging from, and plunging into, the ocean, never making a splash.
Unfortunately, these encounters sometimes go beyond mere witnessing. Thousands of perfectly sane people with respectable jobs and families claim to have been abducted by extraterrestrial beings. The majority of these people claim to be part of a hybrid breeding program. Wild stuff, eh? Wilder than a lot of sci-fi movies.
But just because a phenomenon is bizarre and lies far outside ordinary human experience, does not mean it can't be true.