The World’s Best Places To Discover E.T. On World UFO Day
One of the hottest debates in science today is whether extraterrestrial life exists in some form or another in the universe. Many scientists tend to believe that there probably is a pretty high chance that life exists on other planets. After all, scientists have found organisms on Earth that thrive in extreme environments, so it’s possible that life can exist on some other planet. And considering that there are billions of planets circling billions of stars in billions of galaxies, there seems like an awfully good chance that there must be some kind of life out there.
Whether or not there is intelligent life and whether or not that life has managed to overcome the serious logistical improbabilities of making it to our planet is another thing altogether. Even so, people all around the world not only believe that intelligent life exists, but that they have visited our planet. This is bolstered by official videos of unidentified flying objects that have been caught by governments all around the world. That’s the reason why a lot of people take the time to observe World UFO Day when it comes around every July 2nd.
Let’s say that you’re one of the many thousands of people who are planning on observing this holiday. You might be wondering just exactly where you should go to get the best chance of seeing an extraterrestrial of some sort, or at least, some mysterious lights in the sky. If that’s the case, then you have come to the right place. That’s because we have put together a tour guide of the best spots in the world to spot UFOs. For people who are into alien spotting, this is going to be the guide of a lifetime!
Area 51 (Nevada, USA)
One of the first places we recommend visiting to see extraterrestrials is the top-secret military base that’s located in the southern Nevada desert. No, we don’t recommend actually stepping foot on the base itself because that can result in huge fines and imprisonment. That’s not even mentioning the fact that they are authorized to shoot trespassers on sight. So, no, it’s best to stay away from this base. However, the area around it is known for its many UFOs — although to be honest, these are probably not E.T. but are more likely classified military aircraft being tested. Still, there’s a good bit of fun to be had.
Roswell, New Mexico
For people who brushed up on their UFO history, Roswell is probably a place that they have at least heard about. That’s because this city of nearly 50,000 residents was the site of an alleged UFO crash in 1947, and the town really leans into this history. It seems like every shop in town has some sort of alien and/or UFO theme, and there are plenty of museums, stores, and events for people to participate in. And allegedly, people in town still see their fair share of unidentified flying objects, so people might get lucky if they visit Roswell on World UFO Day. And fortunately, this holiday comes just 2-days before the UFO Festival, an activity that happens every July 4th.
Wycliffe Well, Australia
This small settlement is very hard to miss, but it can be found while driving on the Stuart Highway to or from Red Centre. For years, this settlement has basically been a roadhouse—a place for people driving through the Outback to get supplies such as food or gas. Nowadays, Wycliffe Well is also well known as the UFO Capital of Australia. According to UFO enthusiasts, if you stay up all night watching the night sky from this location, then it’s quite likely you’ll see some kind of UFO activity.
Why is it that aliens really seem to like deserts? We don’t know, but we do know that this desert town is another popular location to search for UFOs. Every night of the year, there are visitor tours where people search for signs of E.T. And according to many people, quite a lot of UFO activity is caught on these tours.
The last place we would recommend for UFO sightings is Wiltshire, England. That’s because many people have noticed large disc-like shapes hovering just one mile from Stonehenge. Of course, there are also strange patterns that have appeared in Wiltshire’s fields, which many people attribute to aliens. We don’t know whether or not that’s the case, but we do know that UFO hunting here can be a lot of fun.
Well, UFO lovers, that about does it for us. We hope that the above list of locations to hunt UFOs inspire people to get out there and do their own search for E.T. We think that we’ll pass on this little event and will instead opt to keep to more earthly affairs.