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UFO Sightings 2016 Increase Worldwide, Year-end Witness To Many Of Them; Are Aliens For Real? [Video]


With 2016 is coming to a close, reports on UFO sightings abound. There are rumors that the increase in UFO sigthings is a sign that aliens are preparing for a possible invasion. Check out the latest UFO sightings.

Triangle UFO Over Ohio

Spotted at Springfield, Ohio, the eyewitness described the apparent UFO as "gigantic and enormous" that looks like cylinder at first but at a close look it looks like a triangular-shaped airplane with colors green white and red. The UFO sighting happened in November 29, 2016 at around 10:00 p.m. along highway 2-75. The report was filed at Ohio MUFON in Dec. 4 and is now being investigated by Chief Investigator Ron McGlone, Openminds reported.

Burning Fireball Caught On Camera

The strange blue fireball was reportedly spotted in South America including Colombia and Venezuela on Dec. 16 around 11:25 p.m. Many people believed that they have spotted another UFO though experts suggest that it is just a large meteor.

UFO Crash

An apparent UFO crashed creating a hole in the ground in Fugu County, North Eastern China, Peoples Daily Online reported.

UFOs Spotted in Turkey

Mysterious lights were spotted in Turkey and are believed to have come from an UFO.

Bolt of Lightning Spotted in Arizona

The light seems to be just like lightning or meteorite but it's going up and so theories came out that it may be an alien ship leaving the earth. According to Scott Waring, a UFO enthusiast from UFO Sightings Daily website, Arizona is a famous hotspot for Alien bases and UFOs and the recent incident is an evidence of their existence in the area. Although there were suggestions that the spotted bolt of lightning is a hoax, Waring said that it is an alien ship leaving the earth, Mirror reported.

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