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UFO enthusiasts have a website to congregate with each other to report the “alien spacecraft” that they see in their area.
Website UFO Stalker offers spacecraft spotters a place to report their sightings, which are then displayed on an interactive map that shows what type of craft was seen, where and what time of day.
The map, which uses Google Maps interface, covers the entire world and users are able to zoom in and out of different cities. For Houston, there are distinct hotspots throughout the metropolitan area.
The densest locations clearly lie in Katy near the Grand Parkway, downtown Houston, the Sugar Land area, Willowbrook area, near Space Center Houston off of I-45, Humble (near Bush Airport) and Pasadena.
You would think that sightings near Bush Airport would be written off as an airplane, yet there is a large concentration of reports right by the large airport.
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The postings detail what day the event occurred, the location, a summary of the sighting and the object that was seen. Spotters can choose from several categories for their report, including “alien encounter,” “black triangle sighting” and a “UFO sighting.” The UFO sightings are the most common in the Houston area, though there are several black triangle sightings.
Users are also able to upload photos and videos of their encounter to use as additional evidence to their experience. To see some of the recent UFO sightings in Texas, click through the gallery above.
And if you’re wondering why you’ve never seen a UFO yourself, there’s a simple way to increase your chances – just look up to the sky, especially if you’re near an airport.
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