Ohio among top states for UFO sightings
The conversation around UFO sightings has recently increased after The Pentagon said it would release a report later this June that could shed new light on the subject.
UFO experts say Ohio seems to be a hotbed for people reporting sightings.
The New York Times says the report does little to clarify what the videos show.
The government is very concerned about the sightings from our military but more and more U.S. civilians are reporting UFO sightings now than ever before.
According to the Mutual UFO Network of Ohio (MUFON), the buckeye state ranks among the top ten states in UFO reports.
Thomas Wertman with MUFON Ohio said, " It'S ALL SORTS OF THINGS WE GET. WE GET THE INDIVIDUAL WHO IS OUT WALKING THEIR DOG AT NIGHT WHO REPORTS SEEING UNUSUAL LIGHTS THAT THEY JUST CAN'T EXPLAIN. THEY SEE THE LIGHTS FOR A FEW SECONDS OR MINUTES AND THEY JUST WANT AN ANSWER."
The majority of those reports come from Northeast Ohio.
Wertman says about 80 percent OF WHAT COMES IN the agency can explain, BUT about 20 percent up being classified as ufos.
Among the most well-known report in Ohio comes from Liberty.
That's when Police Chief Toby Meloro reported seeing something mysterious in the sky back in 1994.
But if you're waiting for the government to admit that aliens do exist, don't hold your breath.
The Times reports The Pentagon isn't going to say that.