As of this moment, a UFO invasion is just a hypothetical scenario unless something has happened that I'm not aware of. That's why I'd love to know how science has determined that both Missouri and Illinois are among the states most likely to survive an attack from E.T.
If you love haunted hotels, alien visitations, and everything paranormal then you need to head to this city in the Land of Lincoln that ranks as the 3rd best city in the country for paranormal activity...
I'll warn you now this is one of the strangest UFO reports you'll ever see. It began in Rolla and ended in West Plains, Missouri. The report claims beings stalked a man, communicated with him via radio and other devices and may have killed his cat.
It was seen by multiple people in various locations across Missouri. All agree that it looked like lights in a cube, but no one knows what the object was. The incident is now featured on a Travel Channel show where they shared actual pictures that were taken of whatever it was.
Many people have claimed to see strange lights in the sky that zoom by in a matter of seconds and then disappear. A recent Missouri UFO report however claims that a diamond-shaped UFO spied on them for 30 minutes and they have a pic to prove it.
I'm conflicted over this one. There's a brand new video that shows a strange object in the sky over Wentzville, Missouri Friday night. It appears then seems to zoom off into space, but I sense that something is not right.
A Missouri woman just shared a strange story of what happened when she took her dog for a walk a few nights ago. She saw two lights in the sky that seemed to be chasing each other. She thought it might be shooting stars until both turned at an extreme angle.