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Friday, July 24, 2015

Do UFOs Really Hide in the Clouds?

The moment I discovered the television program on H2, "Hangar 1: The UFO Files," I was hooked. I've always been fascinated by newspaper and magazine articles about unidentified flying objects, so a TV program with documentation is extremely appealing. According to this American television series that premiered in 2014 , a large storage place exists where MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) keeps records of UFO happenings.

"UFO Cloud"©Mary Montague Sikes
During one of the programs, an expert on the subject stated that UFOs sometimes create clouds in which they hide. While en route to our recent National Parks visit to Utah, I saw a cloud that stood out as a possibility for a UFO disguise. We were flying on a United Airlines jet from Chicago to Denver when I took this photograph from the airplane window. It looked pretty spectacular to me at 37,000 feet.

Today, as we watched one of the recorded "Hangar 1"  programs, I learned that many of the sightings over the years have been in the Arizona and Utah deserts and mountains. So many canyons and remote hiding places exist in those beautiful and exotic settings.

Do UFOs really hide among the clouds? Is one hidden inside a lone cloud against a clear blue sky? What do you think?


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That is a cool shot.
Spaceships were hiding in the clouds in the movie Independence Day, so anything is possible.
Wonder why aliens like the desert so much?

Mary Montague Sikes said...

Alex, there are so many places to hide in the desert! Thanks! I haven't seen the movie. Guess I should.

Birgit said...

OK that photo is really neat and it looks like a UFO. I believe in life outside of ours-We can not be the only ones in our own galaxy never mind the universe. How lonely would that be? I do also believe there are unexplained events that have happened but I also believe there are top secret events that the government does we know nothing about. There were so many nuclear testing going on in the desert that some clouds could be the result of a faded nuclear test. Who knows...considering if an alien is hiding there or it is the faded remains of some test, I would rather go with the aliens

Mia Hayson said...

Totally! The clouds are the best place to hide them! I watched a Japanese animated film about a lost city floating in the clouds once and it got me thinking maybe there's more up there than we know :)

Mary Montague Sikes said...

Birgit,I agree with you. I'd go for the aliens instead of test remains. Much is there that we do not know or understand!

Mia, what is true and what is not is really difficult to know, especially for writers who have huge imaginations to begin with! Thanks for visiting.