Stunning interactive map reveals location of UFO sightings around the globe

Stunning interactive map reveals location of UFO sightings around the globe

Do you live near a UFO hotspot? With the help of this new interactive map created by UFO Stalker based on the MUFON Case Management System, you now have a chance to find whether or not aliens have been seen in your area.

The map allows users to view UFO sighting reports based on location and by date. It then displays UFO symbols on a map of that area, which users can click to view each report.

The map reveals that in the UK alone, there have been seven reported UFO sightings in November.

On 15 November, one user reported seeing a UFO over Aberdeen.

The report states: ‘Standing at my kitchen window I noticed a very bright red and white light flashing every two seconds.

‘I instantly knew this was not a passenger plane or helicopter.

‘The object itself was traveling directly North. It just looked like a medium brightness star but had an intensely bright white and red light. The white light was stacked on top of the red light and they would pulse on and off every 2 seconds.’

Meanwhile in Thornaby, another person spotted a mysterious object on November 8.

The report states: ‘I went out into my front garden for a cigarette with my husband and looked up at the clouds.

‘Above the houses across the street i noticed a very bright, white, intermittent trail and when following the trail to the right noticed a small white glowing spot (orb?) moving in front of the clouds.

‘I told my husband to look at it but the trail had disappeared and he wasn’t able to see the orb before it disappeared; I’m not certain whether it went into the clouds or just disappeared.’

UFO sightings were less frequent in Australia, where there were only four reports this month.

But the majority of UFO sightings were in the US, where 26 reports have been filed in November.

On 20 November, a report filed in Albuquerque stated: ‘I was driving around in the Nob Hill area of Albuquerque. I turned down a side street and saw a triangle shaped craft with lights that went up the side of it.

‘It was illuminated so it formed a V-shape. I stopped to pull over and look at it because I thought it was strange. Witnessed it for about 10 seconds before it was hidden behind a tree.

‘The airforce base is close by so I assumed it was a military aircraft but haven’t seen one like it before.

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