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Friday, May 15, 2015

Australian man/UFO expert witnesses a flying device speeding above his country


As the years go by, the list of UFO sightings seem to grow longer. Are our own people just inventing more and more devices that we often mistake for aliens, or are extraterrestrial creatures growing so fond of Earth that they decide to frequently visit us?

Alan Ferguson, an expert on UFOs, claims to have witnessed a UFO sighting on Saturday. The Australian man saw the foreign device in the shape of a disk suddenly appear in the skies above Acacia Hills, which is approximately 50km south of Darwin.

Mr. Ferguson was quick to act and wasted no time in taking out his camera to record the strange scene that took place on Saturday morning.

Luckily for him, he was able to capture the flying device that was lingering above his home’s property. His camera was set on a quick paced loop. As a UFO expert, Mr. Ferguson has been recording sightings from around his country on the website he created, UFOTerritory.

The Australian man has become rather accustomed to seeing such strange activity. He has stated that he has seen more or less than 500 UFOs in his lifetime. He also said that such occurrences continuously happen all the time.

Allan Ferguson also says that he knows how to answer questions about these unusual devices but refused to share them with the general public.

There are a lot of people who have shared their experiences of their UFO encounters. The majority of us have yet to witness such event. It’s amazing to know that this man has spotted at least five hundred of these objects flying across the sky, but then again, as a UFO expert, one might expect the guy to have seen that much. What could this Australian know about these devices? Is there more to his claims than just having witnessed these phenomenon numerous times? As the general public, we may never hear the rest of his stories.

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