Colorado Town Is Number One For Most UFO Sightings
Congratulations Hooper, Colorado for the most UFO sightings in the US! You're officially on the UFO map! Hooper, Colorado was nicknamed "UFO Hotspot of America"! I honestly had no idea.
The town is located in the San Luis Valley off highway 17, or the "Cosmic Highway" as the locals would say. Hooper is just four hours south of Denver. According to the town folk, there are more UFO sightings there than any other state in America.
I don't know about you guys, but I think Hooper, Co could be the next Eerie, India. If you were a teen in the 90's than you would totally get my reference. Eerie, Indiana was an American television series that originally aired on NBC from September 15, 1991 to April 12, 1992, but then moved to the Disney Channel.
Eerie, Indiana was about a teen Marshall, who's family moved to the town of Eerie, Indiana (Pop. 16,661). There, Marshall discovered that Eerie, as he puts it, "is the center of weirdness for the universe". Elvis lived there, so did a pair of twins who stayed young by sleeping in Tupperware, along with other weird ass things.
Do you think Hooper, Colorado is the next Eerie, Indiana? I do. To read more on Hooper's UFO sightings go here: http://www.educatinghumanity.com/2016/01/most-ufo-sightings-usa.html?m=1
UFO Sighting in Coventry
Remember the 90's TV series Eerie, Indiana? It used to air on Nickelodeon back in the day.
The show was about a family that moved to the small town on Eerie, Indiana (population 16,661). There, the character Marshall discovered that Eerie was the center of weirdness for the universe. He claimed that Elvis lived there, a pair of twins lived there that stay young by sleeping in Tupperware, and other weird ass things took place there. Anyway, Coventry England is becoming the new Eerie, Indiana.
According to the Irish Mirror, a witness recently filmed a blue UFO and was able to capture the evidence on video, but that isn't the only weird thing that has ever happened there. Last year a mystery loud droning noise, which was compared to something out of a hit Hollywood movie like War of The World's or Independence Day.