I Learned How to Track Aliens at a UFO Investigator Boot Camp

We arrived at the site a little after 2 PM, our group of amateur scientists and researchers fanned out along the dry brush of the Arizona wilderness. The sun was unrelenting, and the white light illuminated a hellish landscape around us: Dirt. And rocks. For miles. Jagged mountains dotted the horizon, giving way to deep red canyons with snaking rivers below. Locals call these mountains the Superstitions; they’ve been known to gobble up a person or two in the hidden sinkholes blotting their bases. We trudged through palo verde and cholla cactus until our instructor stopped us at a clearing marked with caution tape. This was the scene of the encounter, she said. To the untrained eye, it might have been desert. But if you looked a little closer, things would start to jump out: Weird imprints in the ground, piles of white powder, something resembling scorch marks on the arid terrain. A clump of green hair caught on a bush wisped in the wind like a flag. “We don’t know what that is,” the instructor cautioned, planting herself between us and the specimen. “I would never touch that without protective gear.” She took out a small gadget shaped like…
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I Learned How to Track Aliens at a UFO Investigator Boot Camp

Updated: December 10, 2021 — 9:25 am