Do aliens exist? Have they travelled here numerous times on advanced ships to explore our planet? While many people will say no, there are more than a few believers who think aliens drop by on a regular basis. Their proof? Documented stories and eye- witness accounts of UFOs crashing all over the planet. strange lights in the sky, unexplained wreckage, the sudden appearance of military personnel, men in black and government denial, all trademark characteristics that seem to occur whenever unexplained crashes occur. Fully explainable or a case of a UFO crash? You be the judge.
While there have been many suspected UFO crash sites before and after, this 20th-century event is probably the most famous. In the summer of 1947, newspapers reported that the army air force had captured a flying saucer from a rancher on a ranch north of Roswell, New Mexico. The Roswell incident was written off by the military as nothing more than a crashed research balloon. But it didn’t end there. Decades later, witnesses reported that bodies were removed from the crash site and examined by military doctors. Footage related to this event has been deemed a hoax but there are some who are adamant that an authentic Roswell film exists.
9. The Devil’s Grave
In 1991, the small village of engilchekl in Kyrgyzstan became a bit of a UFO hotspot when two Russian fighters intercepted a strange craft flying through the area. The fighter pilots reported seeing a 600-meter-long object with strange markings. The UFO didn’t respond to any radio communication and when the pilots tried to fire a warning shot their engines and controls started to fail. Radar tracked the craft which crashed after. A recovery party eventually found the UFO but any workers who got near the strange craft reportedly suffered radiation burns. To this day, no other information has been released by the Russian military.
8. Dundy County, Nebraska
In 1884, ranchers in Dundy County, Nebraska were rounding up their cattle when they spotted an object crashing down from the sky. The men went to investigate and were shocked by what they found. On the ground lay wreckage which was described as pieces of machinery’ that glowed red hot. According to the description given by the men, the metal work seemed advanced and very light in its size. A UFO or a story from some cowboys with overactive imaginations? We’ll never know for sure as any wreckage supposedly vanished during a rain storm days later.
7. The Bolivian Crash
On May 6 1978, thousands of people witnessed what was said to be a cylindrical object. Hurtling through the sky near the Bolivian- Argentinian border. Bolivian military and police forces reportedly found the metallic craft on a mountain where it crashed. it was intact and its contents unknown. Interestingly, days after the arrival of two us air force officers, the official story seemed to change. Police and military officials reported that nothing had been found on the mountain. Was this a case of a secret American military experiment or one of the first actions of the mysterious men in black?
6. The Coyame Incident
In late august 1974, our air defense radars picked up a UFO heading towards the Texas coast. Suddenly the object slowed, turned west towards Mexico and started to lose altitude. Strangely, the object didn’t lose altitude gradually but in steps. Then, over a remote part of northern Mexico, the object disappeared. At the same time and location of the disappearance, a civilian plane was also reported missing. Search parties found the plane’s wreckage and also a strange disk-like craft nearby. Reported before any official investigation could begin, the Mexican military moved in and removed all traces of the incident.
5. The Kecks burg Incident
What happened in rural Pennsylvania in December 1965? Nobody is quite sure. That said, around 40 miles outside Pittsburgh numerous witnesses watched. As something streaked through the air and crashed in a wooded area. With phone lines jammed with callers reporting the crash, the military converged on kecks burg and barred anyone from entering the woods. However, there are a few witnesses who said they managed to see the object before the military arrived. Described as a metallic acorn-shaped craft, whatever crashed that day was definitely not the meteorite claimed by official sources.
4. Shag Harbor
In southern Nova Scotia, Canada lies the fishing village of sag harbour, sure it has a funny name but in October 1967 the residents weren’t laughing. You see, one night several of the villagers watched as a UFO flew low over the harbour before crashing into the bay. Although it didn’t make a sound, the object was observed floating for some time before it finally vanished beneath the waves. Police and military units scoured the area but their searches turned up nothing. Leaving everyone wondering what on earth they had seen crash into the harbor.
3. Height 611
In the far east of Russia, the village of dalnegorsk lies nestled in the hills.in January 1986 residents watch as a very slow-moving disc-shaped UFO flew overhead at a height of around 800 meters before crashing into a nearby hill called height 611. The UFO apparently no sound and caused a small fire when it crashed. When investigators arrived at the crash site they found a small burned area with strange melted bits of metal, glass and mesh-like objects. None of which matched any of the materials used in military weaponry or satellites.
2. The Aurora Crash
In 1897, the residents of the small Texas town of aurora were reportedly left stunned when a UFO crashed into a windmill. The story goes that a local army officer examined the site and reported that a single person inside was ‘ not of this world. ‘before anyone could really examine the wreckage, the alien body was buried in an unmarked graved in the town cemetery and the wreckage dumped down a nearby well. To this day the wreckage supposedly rests under a slab of concrete in the old well, and the alien pilot remains buried somewhere in the town graveyard.
1. Berwyn Mountain
In January 1974, the people of northern wales saw strange lights and heard loud explosions coming from the mountains nearby. Investigators wrote it all off as a ‘ natural phenomenon, a meteorite and even a world war 2 bomb which had finally exploded. For local residents, it didn’t add up. Stories of military checkpoints being set up, the arrival of mysterious men in black. And the retrieval of alien bodies from the area fulled speculation about what had happened. Strangely, despite all the witnesses to the noise and lights, military and police search parties never reported finding any sort of site where a crash or explosion took place.