Data from the National UFO Reporting Center and the US Census was analyzed by researchers at SatelliteInternet.com who released their findings on the states experiencing the most and least reported UFO sightings.
The recent release of information by the Pentagon and the National Security Agency (NSA) regarding classified research of UFOs, shows that this phenomenon is finally being taken seriously by the media.
There are two things all these states have in common: First, a colder environment. Second, the states have a lot of wooded or forested areas.
This list also kind of dispels the notion that more UFOs are frequently spotted over deserts.
If you live in any one of the following states, you have a better chance than other people in the country of spotting a UFO.
What’s really interesting with this list is that people in these southern states are often stereotyped (thanks mostly to Hollywood movies) as being more backward, less skeptical and more likely to think lights in the sky are UFOs.
Here and now, this list should completely kill off such stereotypes, proving that, in actuality, there are fewer UFOs reported in the southern states than anywhere else in the country.
If you live in any one of the following states, you have a lower chance than other people in the country of spotting a UFO.