It is interesting to us that when a person sees a UFO and reports it, invariably somebody who considers themselves an authority, but was not involved, will step in and ‘deny’ the person’s story. These people who ‘deny’ are never actually witnesses to the event and are skeptical of every word. They become prickly when forced to review the witness testimony and instead rely on falsities and innuendo. When multiple people step forward with the shared sighting that same denier will wiggle and squirm and make unsubstantiated claims that witnesses were delusional or having some sort of group psychological event. Where we’re going with this is that of course everything is not a UFO and even when people see unusual things in the sky most of them can be explained. However, when a reported 70,000 people see a UFO at the same time in the same location you have to work pretty hard to explain that away and we found somebody doing just that. Although we don’t agree with his assessment we believe the story is worth reviewing and deciding for yourself and you can find it HERE.