However, while all of those locations are definite hot spots for UFO activity, some so-called UFO hot spots are significantly hotter than others.
And two new reports published in the past week have revealed two of the biggest UFO hot spots in the world.
Those two locations are the state of Maryland in the United States and an Aberdeenshire village over in the United Kingdom.
According to CBS News Baltimore, Maryland has had nearly 2,000 UFO sightings reported since 1995.
“There have been 1,923 reports from the state of Maryland,” said Peter Davenport, director of the National UFO Reporting Center. “I don’t know what the future has in store for us, but I am encouraged that more people are coming forward and the government recognizes the UFO phenomenon that’s something worthy of their attention.”
One of those witnesses, Greg Facelo of Port Deposit, told CBS News Baltimore he saw something odd in the sky over Cecil County.
“It went across the sky this way and only lasted for maybe 30 to 45 seconds,” Facelo said. “If it was a shooting star, a comet, some natural occurrence, I wouldn’t have bothered to send it to you, but this thing looked made by some intelligent life form. It was nothing like I’ve never seen before.”
Meanwhile, across the pond in the United Kingdom, one of Scotland’s leading UFOlogists, Malcolm Robinson, reports that the Aberdeenshire village of Muchalls is a hot spot for UFO sightings.
Robinson, who has written 10 books on the subject, recently told Aberdeen Live that the settlement near Newtonhill is a “UFO window area” for suspected extraterrestrial activity.
In Malcolm’s book, UFO Case Files of Scotland Volume 2, he recounts some of the tales…
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