Six states report 218 UFO cases
The November report of the Mutual UFO network has been published recently and the results show that 6 American state lead in regards to the overall number of UFO sightings. There are, California, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Florida, Michigan and Texas.
Among these California leads with a total UFO sightings having been reported this is set at 53, a fall from the 83 which were filed last month. Based on the number of sightings, the states are attributed a rating on the UFO Alert scale, which varies from 1 to 5.
The statistical information was released back on the 1st of October, and it shows that within the types of UFO sightings the globular, circular reports are the dominant ones. Other reports of shapes that might have been alien ships include circles, triangles, cylinders, fireballs, rectangles, cigarette shapes, diamonds, bullets, missiles and even satellite like formations. Quite rate, the cross like UFO has been reported only one time.
In terms of distances from the viewer, most reporters have stated distances of less than 100 feet in 57 cases, while others have guessed that the objects were located up to 200 miles away.
Overall, the findings of the report seem to suggest that slowly but surely, people are less likely to consider reporting UFOs without some more precaution. It might be because the internet and the information that is becoming more available leads people to think twice when they see something strange, and maybe they do some research before going for the reports. Otherwise, many might no longer be interested in reporting false information, as the repercussions are less likely to coerce people to decide to take these actions.
Another find is that the reports of the most interesting UFO sightings do not come from the states that have more reporting activity, instead they originate in states where such reports are usually scarcer.