Firefighters Trained for UFOs?

A new report in Arizona has shed some interesting light on the existence of UFOs.

According to KNXV of Phoenix, firefighters have been trained to handle UFO sightings and landings.

The guidelines are listed in the Fire Officer’s Guide to Disaster Control. The book has an entire chapter on the subject called “Enemy Attack and UFO Potential” and lists possible scenarios for UFO encounters and even how to treat injured aliens.

UFO Just a Meteor

As Freud once said, “Sometimes a meteor is just a meteor.”

According to Fox 12 in Idaho, several residents mistook a meteor for a UFO.

Several residents all across the Northwest saw the meteor on Tuesday and flooded local police stations with reports of the sighting. But a surveillance video from the Idaho National Guard proved the sighting was just a space rock entering the Earth’s orbit.

Stephenville UFO Conspiracies Continue

Another UFO has been spotted in the town that made headlines with its first sighting, but that’s not the only thing fueling the conspiracy fires in the Lone Star State.

According to the Washington Post, the reporter who covered the initial story and the second sighting has been fired.

The Empire-Tribune fired Angelina Joiner because she refused to back off of the UFO story. She told the Washington Post that she felt the story was important, even if some of the town’s “upper crust” were embarrassed by it.

UFO Sightings on Rise in England

It looks like either more people are seeing UFOs or there are more UFOs popping in jolly old England.

According to the Independent, the Ministry of Defense released a report that shows UFO sightings are on the increase.

The numbers rose from 97 in 2006 to 135 in 2007 including three pilots who claim to have seen a flying saucer and a triangular shaped object in the skies.

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