311 Most sightings of UFOs are usually explained away. Usually, these objects are identified as airplanes, satellites, or balloons. However, what about the ones that have no explanation? A report commissioned by Congress about the subject has brought back UFO speculations. The report, which is expected to be released this month, reportedly states that the government did not find proof that alien spacecraft exist in the skies. However, it doesn’t explicitly say that these objects aren’t. For over half of his life, Barry Gaunt has been involved in the field of UFO investigations. He is the director of the Kentucky chapter of the Mutual UFO Network. He has been investigating cases involving abductions and sightings of unidentified flying objects. According to Gaunt, it’s important that the government collects all of these cases so that it can thoroughly investigate them. He noted that the more people report these sightings, the better equipped the authorities are to deal with these strange phenomena. The creation of the Mutual UFO Network was prompted by the Air Force’s decision to stop its UFO study project known as Project Blue Book. In 2020, over 80 cases were reported to the organization’s database. He also noted that people tend to ignore these sightings as they walk around the world. However, if they do look up, they may see something. Let’s look into two cases from the past in Kentucky that involved alleged sightings of flying objects. And don’t forget to check a video of this UFO sighting over Murray, Kentucky!