UFOs and Aliens

UFO Sightings on the Increase

John Ege
3 min readOct 3, 2021

This just in, well, sort of- last month, August 14th, 2021, SPACE.COM reported on a UFO sighting in Canada. A military plane swerved to avoid collision. Do plane swerve or evade? CBC reports Canadians are reporting seeing UFOs at a rate of about 3 a day. CBC is a reasonable source, right? Except, the published date is missing. Toss it? October 1st, 2021- Military. Com, Spike in UFO Sightings Across the Nation. So, what do we make of this? Is it as simple as it’s in the news and so more people are seeing things, or is it more people are simply less afraid to report?

Partial image from a Secure Team Video

Secure Team has been carrying UFO stories for a moment. Upwards of ten years? The host has a reasonable reputation, he’s verifiably human, and is solid enough to get submissions of UFO sighting from around the world. He discusses other topics as well, such as in the video here, it starts with what appears to be the largest comet ever discovered heading sunward. Don’t worry, it’s not expected to go past the orbit of Saturn, but it’s just fun geek stuff to follow.

And in that video, a UFO seen at an airshow. Maybe. It is unclear if the person who captured the video saw it at the time, or he saw it while editing the video. The thing is, more than one person was probably filming the airshow. I imagine it wouldn’t take too much effort to determine whether other people caught it, and perhaps increase the odds of identifying? I would say this is a better image than the Concorde incident, but then again- the Concorde incident lasted longer than this. Then again, this video also demonstrates how fast these things are moving- and may explain why we don’t often see them. You blink, you miss it.

I am a fan of Secure Team, drop by take a look, and leave a comment telling him what you see? And if you want to compare it to the Concorde incident, here it is.

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John Ege

LPC-S, Assistent State Director for MUFON, TX, and father of 1... Discovering the Unseen through Art, Word, Thought, and Mystery.