Mutual UFO Network membership surges with renewed UFO interest

MYSTERY WIRE — The ongoing wave of media interest in UFOs has been a boon for the country’s oldest and largest civilian UFO group. The Mutual UFO Network, better known as MUFON, has chapters in every state and actively investigates reports from the public. The now-familiar videos of unknown craft, recorded by Naval aviators, helped launch a renaissance of interest in UFOs. Mainstream media, members of Congress, and the general public are all talking about UFOs this year, which is welcome news for MUFON. The new interest was one of the reasons Congress has now called for serious investigations.  A trio of genuine videos, recorded by Navy aviators and confirmed by the Pentagon more than three years ago sparked a renaissance of interest in UFOs, now called UAPs by the government. It’s a dramatic turnaround for mainstream media and for Congress, which has been alarmed by what it has seen in closed-door briefings, including videos that have yet to be made public. Legislation is now in the works to create a permanent office to investigate UFO matters. “The UFO community is kind of gaining prominence again,” Nevada MUFON Director Chris Jones said. “With the Tic Tac event that the government…

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Mutual UFO Network membership surges with renewed UFO interest

Updated: September 22, 2021 — 10:27 am