Canada is a hotbed for unexplained activity. From coast to coast hundreds of wacky things are reported every month and heck, some of them were probably in your area. The truth is, that unless you’re staring at the sky or people-watching day in and day out, you likely haven’t seen anything unusual. Most of the time they happen within a blink of an eye and because most of you are likely the ‘see it to believe it’ type, you probably don’t won’t take someone’s word for it. We, on the other hand, blindly have accepted that the truth is out there – but man, would it be something if we had a little help finding it?
Well, to our delight, surprise and curiosity, assistance was always only a click away!
On the world wide web, there’s an interactive map for everything, including UFO sightings, meaning now you can actually keep your eye out for E.T. without having to leave your house! After all, if you buy into these kinds of things, you’re probably also wary of being abducted, probed, and traumatized.
With a global following and up-to-the-minute updates, the aptly named UFO Stalker website is a Conspiracy Cathy’s dream, open to everyone and anyone with an internet connection.
Are the sightings credible? We can’t say for sure, but we also can’t say that they aren’t!
In addition to simply adding various pins in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and the Yukon, Canadian UFO Stalker users have also uploaded photos, videos, and descriptions of what they saw, when they saw it, and how long it may have lasted.
It’s really become a community of sorts among those who are convinced that we have visitors and even those who don’t but have anything better to do than look at snapshots of a triangular object in Sweden, so why not check it out?
The website is accessible here, but please – be respectful, stay open-minded and only record your sighting if it’s legit. There are people like us who are incredibly gullible and don’t need your fake experience on our conscience.