New York’s 25 Mysterious UFO Sightings Will Make You Believe Aliens Exist
More and more New Yorkers claim they've seen a UFO. So far this year, there's been 80 new reports. What will the rest of 2023 bring?
The Empire State has always seemed like a hotspot for alien activity. We had that infamous incident in 1974 when John Lennon reported seeing a bright alien craft hovering over his Manhattan penthouse.
He recounted the bizarre experience a year later through his song "Nobody Told Me."
Then, nearly a decade later, New York had another paranormal incident with the Hudson Valley Sightings of 1983.
The high strangeness has persisted through the decades, with 2023 recording some of the craziest incidents yet.
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Demand is rising for Government to Investigate Alien Spacecrafts
David Grusch, a former Pentagon official who investigated UAPs, recently testified under oath to the House Oversight Committee's national security subcommittee that aliens do exist. He also testified to the bipartisan group of lawmakers that he has knowledge of a secret government program that recovers and reverse engineers crashed alien spacecrafts.
He claimed his testimony was "based on information I've been given by individuals with a long-standing track record of legitimacy and service to this country, many of whom have shared compelling evidence in the form of photography, official documentation and classified oral testimony to myself and many various colleagues."
Grusch also claimed the government has known about extraterrestrial life as early as the 1930s. The Pentagon has denied those claims.
Additionally, most of the documents presented during Grusch's testimony were classified, meaning we will likely never see them until a president waves his or her magic wand and changes that.
But are we really alone in the universe? You speak to any mathematician, they'll tell you that's statistically impossible. Basically, space is infinite, which means an infinite amount of solar systems exist. Based on the math alone, there has to be other systems that host a planet (or planets) that are capable of sustaining life just like earth.
The real question is, how many solar systems host intelligent life? Which leads us to question if humans are most intelligent species in the entire universe.
While we wait to receive official confirmation that aliens exist to answer these probabilities, New Yorkers will continue to hear all about the strange things neighbors saw whirling around the night skies