Edinburgh, London And Leicester Confirmed As The UK’s Official UFO Hotspots, According To Research By National Geographic

In 2008 in Stephenville, Texas a local pilot sees lights in the sky over his ranch coming from something huge. He is not alone: hundreds of people saw the craft, and a local reporter makes it her life’s work to tell their stories. From this classic encounter we head back several decades to the beginning of the UFO phenomenon in America and the launch of Project Blue Book to study the country’s growing “UFO problem.” (2022 Vice Media LLC)

Research Commissioned By National Geographic Ahead Of The Launch Of ‘UFO’s: Investigating The Unknown’

The study of 2,000 adults found 18 per cent of residents in the Scottish city are convinced they’ve had a legitimate sighting.

They are also most likely to believe aliens exist somewhere in the universe, even if they’ve never spotted one.

Nationally, almost half (48 per cent) believe aliens exist and 10 per cent think they’ve witnessed something out of the ordinary, with six in 10 (59 per cent) of these believing it was alien in origin.

UFO’s: Investigating the Unknown, airs on the channel from Tuesday 2 May at 8pm.

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