Local UFO videographers believe Northeast Ohio is a UFO sighting hot zone

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Harder, who said he’s witnessed numerous UFO sightings, also admits with growing technology there are also a growing number of fake sightings or hoax videos out there.

“I believe that this area, in Cleveland here, is a hot spot,” Harder said. “Everybody’s carrying a cell phone these days and everybody’s picking things up, aside from those who like to perpetrate hoaxes, there is a lot of garbage out there so you have to be careful.”

Highly viewed northeast Ohio UFO sightings recorded by Sam Phillips and Michael Lee Hill have generated plenty of commentary from those calling the videos fake, skeptics and believers for more than ten years.

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Date: 2019-05-11T03:05:06.422
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Not to change the topic here:

UFO sighting: Alien cloaked ‘RING’ craft spotted in ‘UFO hotspot’

Self-proclaimed UFO expert Scott C Waring uploaded the bizarre footage of the ‘black UFO ring’ to his etdatabase.com blog.

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Waring wrote: ‘However Denver is a UFO hotspot with most of its citizens having seen UFOs in the area.

‘It’s totally possible that this ring is actually the outline of an alien cloaked craft that is having difficulties keeping cloaked.

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‘Lots of white glowing balls have been seen over the Denver area near the Rocky Mountains for decades, so its no surprise to see such oddities in the sky above Denver.’

Publisher: Express.co.uk
Date: 2019-05-05T09:44:00+01:00
Author: Tom Fish
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The UFO community still believes ‘ and science is starting to listen

Kathleen Marden holds a picture of her aunt, Betty Hill, and her uncle, Barney Hill, at her home in Kissimmee, Fla., on February 4, 2019. The Hill’s account of their alleged alien abduction, that they said happened in the White Mountains in New Hampshire in 1961, gained national attention when it was made public in 1965. (Rich Pope/Orlando Sentinel/TNS)

Mutual UFO Network Field Investigator, Bill Fisk, at his home in Palm Bay, Fla., on February 6, 2019. Fisk was hooked on the subject of UFO phenomena after he saw a light in the sky make a sharp 90-degree turn when he was 9 years old. (Rich Pope/Orlando Sentinel/TNS)

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Author: Chabeli Herrera Orlando Sentinel TNS
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