The UFO story originated after June 24, 1947. It happened when lots of newspapers in the USA were being published, stating the first sighting of the flying saucer. The story told how nine dazzling, disc-shaped objects were seen by Kenneth Arnold, an Idaho businessman. Having a journalistic license, the reporters converted the description of Arnold, “like a saucer skipping across the water”, into “flying saucer,” a name for the objects themselves.
Years have passed since the popular sighting by Arnold; the phrase has become common that the term is included in Webster’s Dictionary. Being a modern word, it is very much recognizable to most countries and culture. On July 23, Pierce Smith reported seeing the mysterious black ring hovering his house in UK. The situation is sufficient to describe how scared they were. Lots of commenters said that it’s merely a smoke circle. The question is, who creates smoke circles in the first place? Often it has been proved that people have reported airplanes, balloons, stars, and everyday objects since something in their environment for the moment assumes an unfamiliar appearance.
Is it Aliens or witchcraft? If truth be told, the experts and investigators are not 100% sure whether or not it is a hoax. Seeing that UK is common in UFOs, developers either believed to be an alien invasion or some nanobots loose.
Why are people willing to believe that aliens are visiting earth? It’s not that the evidence amounts to much. Despite the hundreds of thousands of aliens that are being sighted throughout the years, it’s still not evident that there is even one clear photograph of a craft that cannot be identified as an earthly creation. The weight of evidence that exists doesn’t seem to weigh more than the evidence for the existence. The reason so many are willing to believe in current visitations by aliens is probably psychological. Humans are social animals and fear solitude.