National UFO Reporting Center

Dedicated to the collection and
dissemination of objective UFO data

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Years in Operation

RECENT ACTIVITY AND HIGHLIGHTS

794 New Reports Posted, Mass Sightings on June 19

The NUFORC website has been updated as of Wednesday, June 22, 2022, with the posting of 795 new UFO sighting reports, submitted to our Center since mid-May of this year. Due to a tight schedule, the new batch of reports has not been thoroughly vetted, and could contain objectionable material

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The Early Years of NUFORC – Bob Gribble and Wendy Connors

The following is a bit of NUFORC history written by Maurene Morgan, WA state director for MUFON, and originally published in the November 2021 Washington MUFON newsletter. Seattle firefighter Bob Gribble’s fascination with UFOs began in 1954 when he happened to pick up a copy of True Magazine. An article

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284 New Reports Posted

We attempted to update the homepage and database of sighting reports on May 13th, 2022, but were thwarted in that attempt by overlapping travel schedules of Peter Davenport, Director of NUFORC, and Mr. Christian Stepien, NUFORC Technical Director, during the last two weeks of May.  We perform a preliminary update,

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Image Gallery and Audio Archive

We have just updated our site with a new Image Gallery, which features some of the most interesting craft renderings we have received over the years. In addition, our Data Bank now includes a link to an online archive of vintage recordings of calls made to the center’s hotline during

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1039 New Reports Posted

The NUFORC website was updated on Friday, March 04th, 2022, to include the posting of 1,035 new eyewitness reports received by our Center from between December 19, 2021, and the afternoon of Thursday, March 03rd, 2022.  We apologize to the regular visitors to our site for the long delay in

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Peter Davenport to Speak at the 2022 MUFON Symposium

Peter will be a featured speaker at this year’s MUFON International Symposium in Denver, where he will present some of the more dramatic and baffling cases he has received over the course of his 30 year career.  He will also cover the frequent reports of red, orange, and yellow “orbs,” or “fireballs,” the volume of which appears to have suddenly, and dramatically, increased in mid-2012, and which continue to the present time.    Any remaining time will be used for an update on the status of Peter’s proposal, first presented in 1995, to use reflected commercial FM radio and television signals for the direct, and real-time, detection and tracking of UFO’s in flight.  

Presentation Abstract       UFO Detection Paper