UFO report reveals number of 2017 sightings per state

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UFO sightings have been in the headlines recently after a series of reports on December 9 were fielded from numerous states across the U.S. Again, on Dec. 23, a SpaceX Irdium-4 rocket was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, just 150 miles from Los Angeles causing panic and concern.  This month the Pentagon confirmed the existence of a $22 million program, known as the “Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program” (AATIP) which investigated sightings of UFOs between 2007 to 2012

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The National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC)  issued their annual report of their “collection and dissemination of objective UFO data” this month showing a decrease in sightings in 2017. The organization curates reports of UFO sightings in the U.S. and Canada via a web form and a phone hotline, which has been around since 1974. NUFORC logged a total of 4,655 sightings in 2017, down from the 2016 total of 5,619.

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A recent report out of Waldo Canyon near the Albuquerque/Santa Fe area in New Mexico on December 14, 2017, @ 7:00 p.m. indicates “A husband and wife were driving home to Santa Fe, when they both witnessed a triangular-shaped craft pass across the highway in front of their vehicle.  They agreed that the edges of the craft were lined with distinctly green lights, and they estimated that it was moving at approximately 100 miles per hour.”

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In the past few days, these cities reported UFO sightings:

Raleigh NC– Cylinder 30 seconds Pill-shaped object seen flying behind and around airplane.
Ashford CT –Triangle 5-10 mins Triangle large hovering object above I-84 East exit 72.
San Antonio TX –Unknown 10 minutes stationary white light pulsating at about 10 degrees for 10 or so minutes.
Olympia WA –Disk 30 seconds Black disc near Capital Forest.
Mount Pleasant WI –Oval 10 minutes Very large round to oval object very low to ground with red & blue lights appearing to land, but disappears when we attempted to follow.

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California leads the nation in the number of sightings reported in 2017. In descending order, here at the number of sightings as reported by NUFORC:

50. N. Dakota 6

49. Hawaii 13

48. S. Dakota 16

47. Vermont 17

46. Wyoming 17

45. W. Virginia 18

44. Alaska 19

43. Mississippi 21

42. Delaware 22

41. Nebraska 25

40. Rhode Island 28

39. Arkansas 30

38. Louisana 34

37. Maine 35

36. Iowa 40

35. Idaho 41

34. Montana 47

33. Oklahoma 47

32. Kansas 49

31. N. Hampshire 49

30. Indian 53

29. Nevada 55

28. Alabama 60  

27. Kentucky 62

26. Utah 67

25. N. Mexico 73

24. Minnesota 81

23. Wisconsin 83

22. Illinois 85

21. Maryland 86

20. Tennessee 88

19. Massachusetts 99

18. Virgina 99

17. S. Carolina 103

16. Missouri 111

15. N. Jersey 111

14. Oregon 111

13. Georgia 113

12. Texas 116

11. Michigan 121

10 N. Carolina 135

9. Connecticut 146

8. Ohio 146

7. Colorado 147

6. Pennsylvania 161

5. New York 170

4. Arizona 180

3. Washington 192

2. Florida 308

1. California 490

 

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