Canadian, Deer UFO Sightings Create New ‘Hot Spots’ For Alien Theorists To Research

With deer UFO sightings currently capturing worldwide attention, alien theorists are left speculating if Mississippi is the next “Hot Spot” for extraterrestrial activity. “Hot Spots” are areas of increased UFO activity that allow many in the UFO community to conduct vigorous research into possible extraterrestrial contact.

The deer UFO sightings frenzy began last week, as reported by Inquistr, when a hunting camera captured deer together with eerie lights that combined to make up one of the most hotly debated UFO sightings on record. Was it a hoax? Or could this be real evidence of Bambi making contact with an extraterrestrial space craft?

According to the photo was taken by an automated hunting camera and “appeared to show a dim light start to appear as a number of deer are shown. The deer are apparently then lit up brightly by a spotlight even though the trail camera uses infrared and does not need any lights to operate and record.”

While many are now debating whether or not Mississippi is the next best alien “Hot Spot” to research, a recent survey has shown that the U.S.A.’s neighbor to the north may actually offer alien theorists a better UFO sightings alternative.

According to the Winnipeg Free Press, based on a report by Ufology Research, “Canadians reported 1,180 UFO sightings last year, a total that’s second only to the 1,981 sightings in 2012 for the most in the 25-year history of the annual Canadian UFO survey.”

The survey went on in great detail surrounding the reported Canadian UFO Sightings and have an archive that dates back to 1990. These surveys show a dramatic increase in UFO Sightings over Canada since the study began with their mission to try and offer explanations. According to the Ufology Research web site very few countries with comparable surveys into unexplained UFO sightings even exist:

“The goal has been to provide data for use by researchers trying to understand this controversial phenomenon. No comparable studies are currently produced by any other research group in North America. Similar programs exist in several other countries such as Sweden, where UFO report data is analysed by the Archives for UFO Research, and in Italy by Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici.”

The report also indicated that the majority of the Canadian UFO sightings took place in Ontario while witnesses reported different kinds of lights:

“The study found that more than half of all UFO sightings were of simple lights in the sky. Witnesses also reported point sources of light, spheres and boomerangs.”

Meanwhile, the survey indicated that many of these UFO sightings are being reported by credible witnesses:

“Many witnesses are pilots, police and other individuals with reasonably good observing capabilities and good judgement.”

Are we being visited by extraterrestrials? And if so, where will the next wave of sightings appear? If you trust this recent UFO survey then the answer may just be Canada. Get your video cameras ready.