The History Channel's "Secret Access: UFO's On The Record"
For decades, people from all parts of the planet, and in a wide variety of occupations claim to have seen something in the sky that they could not quite explain.
It's easy to dismiss all of this as attention seeking behaviour. But consider the photo below taken by Paul Trent and his wife on their farm in 1950. At that time, there was little positive that could result from faking a UFO photo. The image is still controversial, and has never been proven to be a hoax.
Today, most people equate UFO's with extraterrestrial life forms, time travel and a few other options. Often, people who report seeing unidentified flying (or hovering) objects are accused of lying, being drunk or in need of medical attention.
It's not hard to find the fakers, they're all over YouTube these days, and of course people do make mistakes or misidentify things for a variety of reasons. The suggestion that someone who sees something they can't explain is mentally unstable is just wrong.
According to Huffington Post columnist Lee Speigel in his article "History Channel Puts The Strongest UFO Evidence Under The Microscope" there is a lot of compelling evidence that something may in fact be out there.
In the video below, the History Channel takes the strongest evidence available to them and breaks down, incident by incident, some of the most compelling information available on UFO's.
So what do you think? Are all UFO's evidence of extraterrestrial life, or all they all hoaxes? We'd like the hear for you. Add your comment below.