If you were thinking of attending the viral ‘Storm Area 51’ raid/festival/calamity, you’ll have to find a new venue to plan your Naruto run: the omnipotent, omnipresent force that is Facebook has pulled the plug on the original Area 51 event page, shutting down the crazily popular event (emphasis on crazy?) that over 2 million Facebook users had pledged to attend!
If you have an especial interest in extraterrestrials, check out a new episode of PARANORMAL PORTAL, Episode 42 - The Aliens Among Us, as they explore the idea that there are extraterrestrial alien races living among us here on Earth. Could there really be entire populations of these otherworldly visitors living in our communities and walking among us every day? Listen now!
Whether you believe in them or not, UFOs are currently a hot topic in the United States as civilians, military personnel, and politicians alike are calling for more disclosure about mysterious unidentified flying objects. It also makes it a perfect time to start searching the skies for your own UFO sighting! And where better to do that then in the U.S. states with the most UFO sightings? According to data from the National UFO Reporting Center and compiled by the folks at Satellite Internet, every single state has reports of eerie lights, erratically moving aircraft, or mysterious metal saucers. So where can you find the best hotspots for glimpsing a UFO?