They are at it again.
But this time, “Aliens” have taken liking to Mexico.
After a blue flashing light that filled a night’s sky, people are pointing the blame at aliens.
Many eyewitnesses filmed the incident in Mexico City then uploaded the footage to social media, worrying over the lights which allegedly was paired with a strange noise.
The local media claims the lights were caused by two electricity transformers exploding in the borough of Cuauhtemoc on January 13.
But social media users had other thoughts.
“Strange lights in the Mexico City sky. The aliens are coming.”
“Weird lights in the sky, we are all going to die!”
“They look like the lights seen before an earthquake. Beware people.”
Others compared the lights to ones seen during the earthquake of September 2017 that took the lives of 370 people and left over 6,000 injured.
Another user joked about the fuel shortage situation going on in the Mexican capital, saying:
“I wish they were UFOs coming from another galaxy with petrol for us.”
The incident was compared to a recent explosion in New York in which a power plant gave off an eerie blue glow in the sky — also leading locals to believing a possible alien invasion.
Have we left you itching to catch an unidentified object?
We have a few tips.
If you are looking to spot a UFO, Wyoming and Vermont according to Casino.org offer the best odds of viewing a UFO, at 205-to-1 and 250-to-1, based off population data.
Since 1940, there have been 2,854 as well as 2,493 sightings in both Wyoming and Vermont.
States with the lowest odds are Florida, Texas, as well as New York at 3485-to-1 and 2584-to-1.
California at 23,419, has seen the highest number of UFO sightings.
Clocking in at 6, 273 – New Mexico also has a high number of UFO sightings including Texas at 8, 334 sightings, followed by New York at 7,641 sightings as well as Missouri, at 7,467.
In 1947 a UFO allegedly crash landed and alien bodies were recovered and the U.S. government engaged in a cover-up, according to the famous Roswell incident.
Casiono.org marketing executive, Lisa Bennett, said the company began to look into Area 51 for its blog “and we thought it would be interesting to calculate the odds of sighting a UFO within each state of the U.S.”
Bennett also went on to high light other curious findings based off the discovered data.
According to the calculations, Arizona is one of the states where you are least likely to encounter a UFO.
But according to two pilots in recent news, they have reported identifying a UFO flying over the state.
In the past 78 years, there have been a total of 259, 691 UFO sightings in the U.S. and according to Casino.org, “more than 40,000 Americans have taken out insurance against being abducted by aliens.”
And according to a report published last year, the Fourth of July is the most popular day to spot a UFO.
If you are interested in the entire list of numbers of sightings, you can click here.
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