--- UFOs ARE A FACT OF LIFE THAT HAS CO-EXISTED WITH HUMANITY FOR MILLENNIA, NOT A RELIGIOUS BELIEF SYSTEM TO BE RIDICULED BY THE IGNORANT AND UNINFORMED OR MANIPULATED BY THE GLOBAL ELITE TO ACHIEVE ENDS DESIGNED TO QUELL THE POTENTIAL OF THE HUMAN CONDITION. ---
what you should know before reporting your ufo sighting
Welcome to the Florida UFO Network's report page where you can learn more about the procedures to use when filing a UFO sighting report. We hope you find this information useful. There are several ways you can make a report; 1) You can send in your report by e-mail to either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com 2) You may call the number at 850-875-3569 and leave a message if there's no answer, 3) You can use the CONTACT INFO page, 4) You can send in your info to Florida UFO Network, P.O. Box 488, Havana, FL 32333, or 5) You can request a written report form by using one of the other four methods. Whichever way you choose to submit your report, the network will appreciate the time it takes for you to share your information. The Florida UFO Network automatically withholds the identities of witnesses and/or provides pseudonyms when commenting on UFO sighting reports and other anomalous events. If you choose to submit a drawing/sketch, photo or video, or a verbal/written account of a sighting/anomalous event, it may appear at this site unless specifically indicated otherwise by you in which you may submit your request to the network.
OK, so you have had a sighting of something you simply can't explain or identify. Be aware there are many mundane causes that may be responsible for what you had seen. Before making your report consider these possible scenarios;
1) Was it a meteor?
2) Could it have been an airplane, drone or a conventional/experimental aircraft?
3) Was it the planet Venus? The moon? A cloud?
4) Some other planet?
5) How about a streetlight off in the distance?
6) Could it have been the military conducting exercises?
7) Was it a blimp? A weather balloon?
8) Some atmospheric phenomenon?
9) Car headlights in the distance?
10) A bird?
Did you answer "no" to all of these possible scenarios? OK, then please visit the following sites to evaluate your sighting;
Still haven't found anything similar to your sighting? Well, perhaps it's time to report your sighting to the network. Just decide on which of the above methods to use and let us know. We thank you for any information you can share with us.
THE FLORIDA UFO NETWORK DOES NOT ACCEPT REPORTS OF MERE LIGHTS IN THE SKY
RESIDENTS OF THE BIG BEND REGION OF FLORIDA WHO HAVE HAD UFO SIGHTINGS ARE ESPECIALLY ENCOURAGED TO REPORT THEIR EXPERIENCES TO THE NETWORK.
--- BECAUSE UFOs HAVE UNKNOWN MOTIVES/ORIGINS, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT WE AT LEAST KNOW THE FREQUENCY OF THEIR APPEARANCES IN ANY GIVEN AREA. BASICALLY YOU SHOULD REPORT YOUR UFO SIGHTING TO FURTHER RESEARCH INTO THE PHENOMENON, AND TO DETERMINE IF WHAT YOU HAD SEEN WAS A GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT. IF YOU TRULY BELIEVE YOU HAVE SEEN A UFO, WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW ABOUT IT. THE NETWORK WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE UFO MYSTERY LIFTED OUT OF THE REALM OF RIDICULE, AND PUT IN ITS RIGHTFUL PLACE OF SERIOUS, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH.---