posted on Jan, 26 2014 @ 02:08 PM
I use this one primarily:
National UFO Network
I'm not sure where you got "network" from, as I've called it the "National UFO reporting
Center", but that does seem to be a good source for raw reports. As many people have said including Bill Birnes, publisher of UFO magazine, about 95%
of the raw reports can be attributed to manmade objects and natural phenomena, but that leaves 5% of interesting cases, and the director of that
website tries to highlight some of the more interesting cases.
I think that site was featured on the Peter Jennings UFO documentary years ago and they showed the guy who runs it out of his home, Peter Davenport,
...at least he did at that time. I think he does a good job, considering his limited resources.
That reporting center has a USA focus (there's a USA hotline you can call to report UFOs). There are UFO organizations in the USA and around the
world; here is a list:
List of UFO organizations
That lists organizations like MUFON, which takes the raw cases, and does some investigation of the more interesting ones, so MUFON is a good source if
you want the analyses of the interesting cases. They are thorough...you should see the huge report they issued on the O'Hare UFO.
26-1-2014 by Arbitrageur because: clarification