UFO hotspots are locations where numerous UFO sightings occurred. Many people have actually witnessed UFO sightings and similar paranormal events throughout the world. From flashing lights to odd objects, footage of UFO sightings is flooding increasingly in Oregon. These facts are now well known and some authorities have confirmed in releasing some of their UFO files. Recently, new map details were released per capita across U.S. Like any other Western states, Oregon was believed to be the hot spot for any UFO activities.
The Mutual UFO Network is a non-profit organization in America designed to investigate cases of UFO sightings allegedly reported. Basically, the team will gather data without proving or disproving individual sightings. The organization has 3,000 members worldwide, with the majority of its members is situated in the United States.
According to the map’s findings, Lake County in Oregon has garnered as the most eventful spot for any UFO activities, reaching 116.9 sightings for every 100,000 individuals, the lowest is the Polk County having 9.2 sightings. Some spots include Multnomah County who has 39.9 sightings, and Clackamas County at 25 sightings. In every 100,000 people in Yamhill County, approximately 25.1 UFO sightings were seen, which is fairly low in Oregon, but higher than the national average.
Oregon was attracting visitors of a different kind. Not only the term “flying saucer” was coined in 1947, but also the 1950’s two UFO photographs taken at the Trent farm nearby McMinnville.
Thousands of curious diehards, experts, and onlookers will join on McMinnville for the 13th annual UFO Festival on May 14 to 17. After Roswell, New Mexico’s event, the annual UFO Festival was the second-most popular celebration in the world. The purpose is to commemorate the controversial and most famous flying saucer event. Experts and enthusiasts will visit the town for lectures, and entertainment wearing the big UFO Costume Parade.