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However, buried deep within the U.S. military's own records are some very bizarre, and very well-documented sightings that have to give even a skeptic second thoughts.
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Thursday, August 12, 2010
5 UFO Sightings That Even Non-Crazy People Find Creepy.
Most UFO sightings are simply misidentified flying objects: planets, meteors, aircraft, etc. Some are hoaxes. A few truly can't be explained. Of those that remain explained, Cracked.com explores five UFO sightings "that even non-crazy people find creepy."