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This year (2009) has seen a dramatic increase in the number of UFO sightings in Cumbria yet just four years ago it seemed UFOs had left the area for good.
In August 2005, The Daily Telegraph and other papers reported that Cumbria had fallen off the intergalactic UFO map. There were so few UFO sightings, the papers announced, that Chris Parr, Whitehaven co-ordinator for the British UFO Hunters (Cumbria Branch) may have to close his organisation.
But it seems the obituaries for UFOs were being written a little too quickly.
This year (2009) has seen an explosion in the number of lights in the sky. They've even been caught on film, either on digital cameras, camera phones or on video recorders.
It's got everyone talking again about what might explain this phenomena. In this section of the website we've brought together some of the more important case studies from 2009.
Unidentified Flying Objects, or UFOs have been reported in Wisconsin for an unknown but lengthy time.