A mysterious object in the sky, spotted several times in France’s southernmost region, was all thanks to notorious prankster Rémi Gaillard.
Two pranksters put out some flares and balloons in New Jersey in 2009, creating a local buzz around the possibility of UFOs. VICE shares a YouTube documentary that reveals the “social experiment” behind the hoax.
J.J. Abrams’ four-part docuseries explores our fascination with unidentified flying objects, and the influence the American government (among others) has had in masking the truth.
This mysterious flying object has a very particular shape, with the Pentagon confirming that the footage is authentic and investigations are being taken seriously.
The US Navy is finally speaking out about those strange flying objects, spotted by their pilots between 2014 and 2015.
Everyone loves a good UFO video, although I’ve yet to hear of a possible alien sighting during a televised golf broadcast. Here’s the video breakdown.
A man calling himself a UFO hunter has observed some strange things happening on the International Space Station’s life feed. Conspiracy theories abound
Russell Crowe and a friend installed a camera outside their offices in the hopes of getting footage of fruit bats rising from the nearby Botanical Gardens. Instead of finding bats they found what according to Crowe is a UFO. Crowe took to Twitter account to tweet about the amazing occurrence, giving the link for the time […]