Washington Named UFO Capital

If you want to see a UFO, your best bet is to travel to the Pacific Northwest and stargaze for a while. In a new study published by the pollsters at journoresearch.org, the Evergreen State has been crowned the UFO Sighting Capital of the United States. The analysts obtained data from the National UFO Reporting Center between January 2000 and December 2021.According to the site, Washington averaged around 88.03 UFO sightings per 100,000 residents. A significant amount of the Pacific Northwest states also happened to make the list, with Montana finishing third (86.21 sightings per 100,000 residents), Oregon finishing seventh (80.13), and Idaho finishing ninth (67.13).Coincidentally enough, a handful of states on the completely opposite side of the country made the list as well. Vermont came in a close second on the list with 87.98 UFO sightings per 100,000 residents. Maine (81.55), and New Hampshire (80.13, sixth place) were the other two New England states on the list. The Top 10 was then rounded out with #4 Alaska (83.94), #8 New Mexico (73.96), and #10 Wyoming (66.86).The site says California had the most UFO sightings on the list by a large margin with 15,280, but when factoring sightings per capita,…

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Washington Named UFO Capital

Updated: July 19, 2022 — 10:26 pm