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Government Reveals UFO Hotspots Around The World

After over 75 years of suppressing the topic of UFOs, the U.S. government is slowly releasing information on the subject.

WLTR recently revealed that the Pentagon’s UFO office, known as the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), is launching a new website that will feature declassified photos, videos, and documents about UFOs.

While the public patiently awaits more high-resolution photo and video evidence of unidentified aerial phenomena new details have emerged.

According to a recent Pentagon report and an accompanying map of UFO activity since 1996, UFO hotspots seem to be concentrated along a particular latitudinal line.

The areas of concentration include San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami, Baghdad, Doha, Dubai, and, interestingly enough, Charlotte North Carolina.

Additionally, Japan is one of the biggest UFO hotspots on the planet—particularly the areas surrounding Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

UFO researcher Tom Thompson shared the map and pointed out that “It turns out that Japan is a major hotspot. Specifically around Hiroshima and Nagasaki.”

This tracks with what is known about UFOs—mainly that they cluster around areas of high nuclear radiation or activity.

Another researcher, Mike Colangelo cast doubt on the contents of the map: “I don’t think this map shows all the UFO hotspots just the data AARO was able to collect from cases that happened between 1996 and 2023. I don’t think this map is new either.”

Daily Mail explained:

The map comes shortly after a Pentagon chief admitted that hundreds of mysterious objects have been spotted ‘all over the world.’

Dr Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), said: ‘We see these [‘metallic orbs’] all over the world, and we see these making very interesting apparent maneuvers.’

Science and technology journal editor and Debrief correspondent Baptiste Friscourt also noted this recent development “The US government has set up a website devoted to unexplained aerial and undersea phenomena.”

Dr. Robert Shiepe shared his theory on UFO hotspots and explained that he believes that these hotspots likely correlate to hidden UFO bases—some of which are likely underwater.

According to The New York Post:

Japan’s most popular sighting areas throughout the island nation all have one distinct commonality: a major nuclear incident.

Further north, another town in the Fukushima Prefecture — famously known for its nuclear power plant meltdown brought on by a 2011 tsunami — has billed itself as the Roswell of Japan and “the home of UFOs.”


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