Unidentified Flying Object ‘UFO’
4 August @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm£18.00
What is a UFO?
A UFO is an unidentified flying object. It could be anything, like a blurry plane, a bird, or a weather balloon that doesn’t show up well on camera. If it doesn’t show up, it is unidentifiable, therefore a UFO. So the question isn’t whether UFOs are real, it’s whether they have anything to do with aliens.
While the possibility of life outside earth has always fascinated us, the Space Race fuelled multiple UFO sightings. Over the years, “are UFOs real” has been a great conversation starter.
UFO means ‘Unidentified Flying Object’. What are UFOs? Are they real? What do UFOs look like? Do aliens exist? What colour are they? Have aliens visited the Earth? Have people really been taken away or abducted by aliens?
What is Area 51 and is it Real?
A secret military base in the US is the subject of several conspiracy theories, many of them involving aliens.
Area 51 is a real US base, located in the Nevada desert, it is a real-life secret base and that’s not so secret! What we don’t know is what exactly goes on inside.
The base is used by the US Air Force for test flights involving stealth planes. However, lots of projects and research being carried out within the facility remain secret. For years there have been rumours that scientists there are storing UFOs and extra-terrestrial life!
So, are they real? take a look at the most recent sightings of UFO in the UK Click Here
Do You Believe in Aliens?
Registered sightings of UFOs are just too many to be a mistake. Although many of these sightings are often found to be untrue, a number of them are quite hard to explain away. One example is the Stephenville Lights case in 2008 where 200 people including three policemen spotted a UFO. In 1853, there was a sighting by professors and students at the Tennessee College Campus. All these cases are unsolved!
Do you believe in aliens? Well, astronauts are the best people to explain their existence since they have been to space. Cady Coleman, Edgar Mitchell and Dr. Brian O’Leary are some of the astronauts that claim aliens exist. Others also base their claims on cover-ups and government knowledge. Buzz Aldrin claimed he saw something fly alongside Apollo 11 when they were on board. They thought it was a part of the detached rocket until it was confirmed that it was 6000 miles away by the mission control.