The 26th Annual International UFO Congress will be hosted in Arizona this year. The three-day conference will be held from February 15 to 17, during which UFO and alien experts will shed light on various topics, including contact with alien life forms, paranormal experience, alien abductees' civil rights, crop circles, and media bias in UFO coverage.
New evidence suggesting the presence of aliens and UFOs is coming out every day.
According to a recent report by the Inquisitr, as of 1976, approximately 15 million people in the U.S. have reported seeing UFOs and alien beings. More than 2,000 contact cases have been reported, and about 700 landings have left trace evidence. This was brought to light by physicist Don Elkins.
"There is no longer any real doubt that UFOs exist. The question is: Who are they? And why are they here? It is quite possible that understanding them is the most important endeavor which we can undertake. There are thousands of people around the world who are quite certain that they know at least some of the answers to the riddles of these elusive manifestations," said Elkins.