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    Paranormal – UFO abductions & Events

    1. The Roswell Incident (1947) – Perhaps the most famous UFO case, this incident was reported in Roswell, New Mexico, when a rancher found mysterious debris in his fields. The US military claimed it was a crashed weather balloon, but skeptics believe it was the wreckage of a flying saucer.
    2. Betty and Barney Hill Incident (1961) – The Hills, an American couple, reported being abducted by extraterrestrials in a rural portion of New Hampshire. Under hypnosis, the Hills described meeting a group of humanoid aliens and both physical and psychological examinations performed by the beings.
    3. Travis Walton Abduction (1975) – Travis, a logger in Arizona, reported that he was abducted by a UFO while working. His co-workers witnessed a bright light from which Walton disappeared, returning five days later. His story was adapted into the film, “Fire in the Sky”.
    4. Rendlesham Forest Incident (1980) – Referred to as Britain’s Roswell, this incident involved multiple UFO sightings by military personnel near RAF Bentwaters. Over three nights, servicemen claimed to observe various lights and a craft, with physical evidence purportedly left behind.
    5. Belgian UFO Wave (1989-1990) – Over several months, thousands of Belgians reported sightings of a large, triangular UFO. The case is famous for its large number of witnesses, including police and military personnel.
    6. Phoenix Lights (1997) – A significant mass sighting, where thousands of Arizona residents reported witnessing a huge V-shaped craft with lights, spanning over a large area. Skeptics claim they were just flares dropped by military aircraft.
    7. Chicago O’Hare Airport Case (2006) – Dozens of airport employees, including pilots, reported seeing a metallic, saucer-shaped craft hovering over the airport. The object suddenly shot up vertically and disappeared, leaving a hole-shaped cloud.
    8. USS Nimitz UFO Encounter (2004) – This incident involved a tic-tac shaped UFO being tracked by US Navy pilots. The object displayed unique flight characteristics that were captured on video and later released by the Pentagon, confirming the event, but without definitive explanation.
    9. The Stephenville Sightings (2008) – Multiple residents of Stephenville, Texas reported witnessing an enormous aircraft or series of lights. Some claimed the object was pursued by military jets, while the military initially denied, then later confirmed their presence.
    10. The Gimbal and GoFast Videos (2015) – These videos were officially released by the U.S. Department of Defense, featuring unexplained objects captured by Navy pilots. The objects exhibited flight characteristics outside of known aircraft capabilities, sparking renewed interest in the UFO concept.