UFO Tourism

For those who couldn’t go on vacation until know, here is one reason to go soon as you can. Mostly because UFO tourism is one of the tourism types that we can enjoy all year.

Such tourism initiatives had proved beneficial in different countries. Take the Roswell example.  Many people believe a UFO crashed in Roswell, in 1947 and now they have a museum, conferences and a city parade where everyone dresses up as aliens. And of course The Roswell Experience!

And there are so many other hot places!

For example, New Zealand is also a hot bed for UFO activity. The country’s famed Kaikoura sighting in December 1978 sounds especially juicy.

Allegedly, in 2008, there was a display of unexplained lights in the night sky above Mezcala, Mexico. Is was characterized as a mass sighting because that were hundreds of individuals reporting a potentially extraterrestrial object.

Area 51, the military base located in the southern part of Nevada is another great example. Allegedly, this is also a location of research facility S-4.

And there are a lot of other places!

But for those how can’t go on vacation we can always sit on our porch and look to the sky waiting for some kind of contact!

What do you think about all the places where, allegedly, there were some kind of UFO contact? Or is just bogus designed to boost tourism to otherwise totally unremarkable little towns?

Source: MainSt

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