If you love binge-watching Ancient Aliens, these chilling real-life encounters will leave you searching the skies. These UFO sightings in Nevada are totally creepy, and there are thousands of documented experiences. The proof is out there, and after reading these, you might want to try to catch your own "alien" footage.
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Are these otherworldly beings trying to check in on Earth, or is something more terrifying going on?
While the X-Files might have been a guilty pleasure back in the day, maybe the premise isn't that far off, after all.
Chill Factor: 8/10
Description: On the morning of June 28, this eyewitness in North Las Vegas saw several "white orbs" flying at high speeds before they formed a "triangle" and disappeared.
Chill Factor: 9/10
Description: A sighting in Reno reported that four unidentified flying objects were making a spectacle by indulging in "tight turns and moving very quickly in uniform movements."
@DanielLarison I've lived in Nevada for 30 years this UFO stuff is just pure nonsense. 👽😂😂😂— Christine (@Christine) 1595613052.0
Chill Factor: 6/10
Description: While trying to watch a lightning storm in Las Vegas, a witness spotted four orange objects shoot past his right side at a speed too fast for any plane or human-made object. Was it Superman?
Chill Factor: 8/10
Description: A Mojave Desert homeowner says he is familiar with the planes and drones of a nearby military base. And so he reported a planet-like orb that he initially thought was Jupiter "moving in a straight line" similar to a jet but without the tell-tale "airplane lights."
Short & Sweet
Chill Factor: 4/10
Description: As the morning of July 13 dawned, a brief report was entered in the NUFORC database that told of a 15-second encounter in Reno with an object that "moved faster than any plane."
Comet, Comet Burning Bright
Chill Factor: 12/10
Description: On July 3, a Las Vegas eyewitness reported an extremely bright object falling toward the ground, "similar to a meteorite or comet" before it "appeared to be standing still in the sky." Who had their money on an alien invasion for July 2020?
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