The recent news that a
crazy very perceptive woman photographed a UFO hovering above a castle in the Netherlands got me thinking: what are the alien invaders’ favorite destinations around the world? We always hear about flying saucers hovering over deserts or abducting cows out of rolling fields, but seeing an extraterrestrial take interest in medieval Flemish architecture is an entirely new occurrence. With some light research, I was able to pull up the “statistics” on UFO sightings across the globe and determine the three countries with the most per capita:
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Guadalajara is Mexico’s second largest city, yet holds the record for the most UFO sightings in the country. What could the mysterious floating objects captured in this video be? Alien hot air balloons? Just plain old birds? That’s for the Mexican version of Mulder and Scully to know, and for you to find out… with science or something.
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According to this video, UFO sightings in Canada doubled last year. It’s also interesting to note that the man delivering the report has a head shape unlike any other that has been seen in the history of humanity, so chances are there’s some body snatcher shit going on up north.
1. United States of America
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As you probably guessed, the country with the most UFO sightings in the world is ‘Murrica. With evidence like the tiny dot of light in the video above, it’s clear that aliens just really love exploring our land from sea to shining sea.
So, the three countries with the most UFO sightings are the three countries that make up North America. There must be some sort of logical explanation for this, but I’m too distracted to think of it right now. A martian just came up to my desk and started probing my nethers and it’s making it hard to think straight.