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Yes, UFOs exist. But they're probably not what you think.

New video of a 2004 encounter between the U.S. Air Force and an unidentified flying object has the internet asking about aliens.

People look out into a night sky dotted with unidentified flying objects.

We're still struggling to make sense of the things we see in the sky.

On a dark and otherwise serene night back in the 1960s, my grandpa, a doctor and recreational pilot, was ferrying two lawyers to a deposition. As they bisected the state of Washington, the airborne group encountered something surreal: An unlike anything they had ever seen before was flying straight toward them. My grandpa recalled an oblong flying machine, with blinking lights

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