Best Places In The World To Get Abducted By Aliens

Best Places In The World To Get Abducted By Aliens


UFO refers of course to “Unidentified Flying Object” for those of you that have been hiding under a rock or perhaps abducted by aliens yourselves decades ago, only to return as of recent day. Often dismissed as folklore, hoax, or a small “hick” town embellishment of a passing by aircraft or night sky tricks on the eyes, UFO sightings receive little credibility with the general public with exception of its ability to rake in box office receipts in Hollywood. But with the numbers of unexplained (ones that cannot be dismissed by tracked aircraft or natural phenomena) sightings continuing to grow throughout the world perhaps its time we consider getting on board, figuratively that is.


What's all of this got to do with YAHglobal.Com, a travel based site? Well, instead of planning your around-the-world trip based upon traditional exploits (cultural, culinary, altruistic or activity based, etc...), become the eccentric envy of your friends and loved ones and jaunt around the globe, camera/video-camera in hand and attempt to be the first person to nab that all confirming evidence CNN needs to deem our outer space friends the real deal. Then, you'll probably get to meet “first on the scene” Anderson Cooper, which only further validates that he in fact is one of them.


We've also taken consideration to create this list not only based upon number and frequency of “legitimate” (again, ones that cannot be dismissed by fact) sightings, but also upon the value of the region as a whole, with respect to being an attractive travel destination. We're not about to send you to some dust and tumbleweed ridden ghost town where every citizen is related by blood, only to disappear and be held captive in someone's basement. We're pretty sure that is what accounts for most unexplained “alien” abductions in the first place, rectal probes and all.


Disclaimer: Do we really need to include a disclaimer here? You get the idea...


Sedona, Arizona, USA


The setting of Sedona alone is perfect for this list. It is a small desert city with a population just over 11,000. Massive red sandstone protrusions that illuminate when touched by the rising and falling sun line the town, mimicking what one would expect to find on a little place we like to call “Mars”. On top of having one of the highest concentrations of UFO sightings in the U.S., Sedona is also home to some of the most powerful energy vortexes (invisible formations created by spiraling energy) in the world, perhaps due to the mineral composition of the red sandstone towers so prominent in the area, or vice versa. The fact that the Juniper trees near these supposed vortexes appear twisted like a ringed towel and many Sedona visitors (of this world) continue set off metal detector alarms at the nearest airport even when stripped down to their bare essentials, are a testaments to the assertion. During spikes in this energy, UFO sightings are apparently at their highest. Therefore there appears to be a correlation between an energy vortex and UFO's. Whether aliens are drawn to its power, or its power impacts the psyche of the surrounding public, is at the discretion of the examiner.


In an interesting side bar, and to us, further proof that something strange is going on in the region, is that the McDonald's in Sedona was disallowed by the city to use the famed yellow arches in its construction and opted for a teal blue. Have you ever seen a McDonald's arch in teal blue? You get a very uneasy feeling. Sedona may has well just roll out a one mile long, half a mile wide, red carpet landing strip for our extraterrestrial friends.


Be sure to visit the aptly named Ye Olde UFO Store in Sedona for Basic, Advanced, Private or Total Experience UFO Tours of the area. Book online by contacting info@yeoldeufostore.com or by calling 1(928)282.2039. They are open 7 days a week from 10am to 6pm. They are not responsible for your safe return.


Photo: Made you look! Sorry folks, the arrow is pointing at nothing, just a nice Sedona Sunset...gotcha! 


Bonnybridge, Scotland


Bonnybridge, population under 9000, is the official UFO Capital of Scotland, which is a little specific prompting UFO enthusiasts to demand it deemed the UFO Capital of the World due to its average of over approximately over 300 sighting per year, with up to 60,000 recorded over time, according to The Independent, UK. There are a fair share of military bases in Scotland, which is always a rebuttal for critics, but aren't there always nearby military bases...everywhere?


Variety is also the slice of UFO life for Bonnybridge, with sightings indicating everything from the traditional saucer shaped ships to others more phallic in nature (“sometimes a cigar is just a cigar” said Freud). The honor also does not fall solely on sheep farmers and E.T. enthusiasts as reports have been made by business persons, firefighters, policing agents and local politicians including councilperson Billy Buchanan. There is no grounded vortex explanation or otherwise to indicate why UFOs would choose Bonnybridge other than remoteness, although many locals have their theories which makes visiting this place all the more interesting. What could be better than sharing a pint at a local Scottish pub and listening to swapped stories of the supernatural into the wee hours of the night?


There are no UFO stores or like touristy shops to visit in Bonnybridge but there is plenty to keep you occupied or in comfort while awaiting alien abduction. Bonnybridge Golf Club unfolds the green landscape that you could only find in Scotland. Contact them via phone at: 01324812323 or email: bgcl@hotmail.com for more information. For accommodation, under 3 miles from town is Glenskirlie House & Castle, a 15 room boutique style hotel that offers a truly picture perfect surrounding.


Guadalajara, Mexico


It must be the tequila. No, we're not referring to why the public is seeing UFOs in the city found in the home state of tequila, as if it to blame it on illusions post-consumption. Instead, we are asserting that perhaps it’s the alien life forms seeking the source of this mind (and rationale) altering beverage, perhaps as a form of fuel?


Guadalajara is the second largest city in Mexico but number one with respect to UFO sightings. On June 10, 2004 one of the most intense and widespread UFO fleet sightings was witnessed, videotaped and subsequently placed and scrutinized on international television. Some say it was hundreds of balloons (dismissed upon investigation), some say flocks of birds (dismissed upon investigation), and some say it as an Intergalactic Armada (not so much dismissed as it was never really entertained as being fact). Either way, to this day and within minutes of walking the streets, you can find a Guadalajara citizen who saw the event or knows someone who has, while sightings continue to occur into present day. Guadalajara is a spiritual epicenter of Mexico and thus many an explanation suggests that other world life forms would be attracted to the region based on this fact.


Learn more about why Guadalajara is worthy of visit, UFO sightings aside, by visiting our Guadalajara page here on YAHglobal.Com.


Warminster, Wilshire, England


This unassuming town in England with a population hovering around 17,000 starting popping up on the UFO radar during the late 60's and early 70's, which may have been an indicator of the times if located somewhere more metropolitan or even outside of the more conservative UK, but alas this area became widely known for its crop circle phenomenon. In addition the agriculturtal aggravation and sightings, Warminster's first supernatural experiences came in the form of audio, not visual. Residents would report strange sounds from the skies and even as close to home as their own rooftops that could not be attributed to anything common to the region. Following those reports would be actual UFO sightings. Throw in the crop cirlces and you have either full on conspiracy or something for the else for the "X-Files".


Warminster is also within close proximity (about 15 miles) to the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge, which may account for the occurances or "vice versa" (again), so regardless your beliefs on the matter, a trip to this region is a big payoff for visitors all sorts. Should you find yourself on this journey, there is a Holiday Inn a mere 3 miles from the mysterious Stonehenge, which is pretty much an indicator that it is indeed time for extra terrestrials to come and wipe us out.


New Mexico, USA


Its New Mexico, you know....Roswell Area 51? A 2 yr old could have figured this one out, which accounts for some of our editorial staff here at YAHglobal.Com. Nonetheless, obvious or not, we are obligated to include the region at the conclusion of this “Best Places In The World To Get Abducted By Aliens” list. The city of Roswell has pretty much become a gong show of retail exploitation since then and you don't really need us to tell you where to find a relevant UFO based activity in the city because it all becomes evident the minute you pull up in your SUV, Winnebago/RV, or rental car. It would be like us giving you detailed instructions about finding Mickey Mouse in Disneyland.