I live in one of the U.F.O hotspots in the U.S in the Hudson valley.<quoted text>
80 percent of americans believe that god created man specially and different from the animals but 36 percent of americans believe intelligent aliens travelled millions of light years to visit earth. Try to figure that one out.
I'm sure your grand children will enjoy the home videos of you in the back yard.
So do 99 % of the humans on the planet.
YOu do realize, don't you, that when research is done on claims like this there is almost always some sort of empirical evidence available for testing. Why is it, in the year 2012, with cell phones and GPS chips that no one, NO ONE, has been able to pinpoint the exact location of a bigfoot sighting so that a hair, or some other sort of DNA sample can be gathered? Hell, even a footprint could yield skin cells that could be tested.
You have one of those minds that is so open that your brains have fallen out. You will believe anything if it conforms to your idea of big science and the conspiracy to hide 'real' evidence. Go play in your sandbox, child, and leave life to adults.
I also live near CT which is a demonic & spirit hotspot in the U.S
So I really do live in an area that is a peak hotspot in America for paranormal.
It is very common for people here to speak of the paranormal.
There was a girl here who was traumatized as a girl when she saw little aliens go through her backyard at night.
Another of my friends saw an alien walk down the road.
So many people have seen U.F.O's
Most people I speak with have seen a U.F.O or have family members that have.