You Won’t Believe Some Of These 2023 Arkansas UFO Sightings
- Cylinder UFO - No Lights, No Wings
- Huge Spaceship - No Sound
- Glowing Orbs - Pilot Report
Is this the year? Will 2024 finally be the year that all, or at least most, is revealed by the Federal Government? UFO sightings seem to be increasing at an almost alarming rate across the country and all over our little blue planet. Even the Feds have admitted there's something up there, they say they don't know what it is, or do they? Arkansas saw a slight decrease in reported UFO sightings so far in 2023, let's take a look at a few.
The following information is compiled from reports to the National UFO Reporting Center at NUFORC.org. We have no idea how accurate any of the reports are, only that the reports do exist.
From Texarkana to Jonesboro, Fayetteville to Pine Bluff, and everywhere in between, the map shows Arkansas is pretty well covered with sightings over the years. Overall UFO reports (I know, everyone is calling them UAPs these days, I'm old school) for Arkansas are down slightly at 40 for 2023, 51 were reported in 2022, and 47 in 2021. That's 138 logged reports to the Center in the last 3 years.
Cylinder UFO - AIrbus 320 Sighting
A fascinating observation was made by a paramedic during a flight from Austin, Texas to Knoxville, Tennessee on October 16 around 9 AM local time. The witness said he saw a cylinder-shaped UFO flying below his plane in the opposite direction.
I witnessed an oblong, cylindrical wingless object at an estimated 15-20 thousand foot altitude.
The witness discussed the sighting with the pilot after they landed and discovered they did not see it on radar but the Airbus would have been cruising at 34,000 feet, and flying at 450 knots, the object was only visible, according to the witness, for about 10 seconds.
The object was completely white, cylindrical without lights and without wings.
Huge Spaceship Sighting - Redfield, AR
Two people who were headed down NCTR Rd near Redfield, Arkansas at about 11:20 PM on May 5 of this year reported this sighting. According to the detailed report, the woman was driving and her male companion was in the passenger seat when they spotted an unknown craft near a small lake. The woman stated in the report that when she leaned out the window to try and get a better look...
I stuck my head out of my window and looked straight up above my car. It was SO HUGE!!!!!!!! I can’t even explain the texture of the ship. It looked shiny but gooey like if you were to touch it slime would be stuck to your hand it was most definitely a black vessel.
She said it was approximately 100 feet above her car.
It was excatly 11:22 when I looked out of my window and the ship was above my car did I mention there was NO SOUND!!!! It was just hovering silently no wind from it no sound waves after I took off nothing!!!!
Read more of this detailed report at this link:
Glowing Orbs - Pilot Reported UFO Near Texarkana Airport
A pilot and co-pilot from Berry Aviation out of central Texas reported seeing 2 glowing orbs at Flight Level 27,000 feet about 40 miles North of Texarkana Regional Airport back on April 19 of this year. They reported the sighting to the Air Traffic Controller working at the Memphis Center. The pilot reported it was a...
UFO that consisted of two glowing orbs that were pulsating and then disappeared.
The Controller suggested it might be a Starlink Satellite but one would think the pilot and co-pilot would know the difference.
These are but a few of the more interesting sightings in Arkansas, there are many more to read and several with pictures and video included in the reports. To see them all, or to check out any other State's latest sightings, check out NUFORC.org.
The National UFO Reporting Center has sighting records dating back to 1950 in Arkansas, there was 1 that year by the way, and 1284 reported in the Natural State overall. Be sure to take a look at the interactive map on their site, you can explore sightings from all over the world.
Happy UFO hunting.
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