August 5, 2016: UFO Sightings Increase Across the State of Missouri
Missouri MUFON has recieved 54 sighting reports in the past 90 days involving multiple craft and witnesses.
August 5, 2016: Mysterious Light over the St. Louis Arch Fox 2 Now
Tuesday, August 2, 2016: Did you see the strange light above the Arch? Fox 2 Now
7/25/2016 Press Release: UFOs at the Lake of the Ozarks Multiple sightings of craft and orbs reported by witnesses over the past 2 1/2 months
May 3, 2016: Huge UFO Over Cardinals Game in St. Louis, UFO Sightings Daily. A large UFO over a Cardinals game was photographed by a witness.
1/9/2015 Press Release: Close Encounter in Joplin
A commercial airline pilot and ex-police officer witness a huge UFO just feet above their heads.
Assistant State Director: Margie Kay
Kansas City and West MO
Star Team Investigator
Newsletter editor - Webmaster - Event Coordinator
Missouri UFOs in the News:
7/28/2016 UFOs caught on TV5 Camera in Kansas City: http://www.kctv5.com/Clip/12623560/aliens-over-kansas-city-kctv5-camera-catches-usual-light-patterns#
State Director: Debbie Ziegelmeyer
St. Louis and East MO
Star Team Investigator
MUFON Board of Directors
MUFON Dive Team Director
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August 28, 2018: Multiple UFO sightings across eastern Jackson County- persons in Independence, Blue Springs, Sugar Creek, and Lee's Summit reported seeing small to very large UFOs in different shapes and sizes between 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm, right after a major rain storm. Margie Kay and Jean Walker also saw several unidentified objects. Most of the objects appeared for only 1-2 seconds, then dissappeared. It is theorized by some that these objects were some of the so-called "Fast-Movers" as these types of very fast-moving UFOs have become known. Please report any sightings to www.mufon.com and Margie Kay at email@example.com.
April 2012- Sept 2018: The Kansas City Lights UFOs have been reported by multiple witnesses in the Greater Kansas City area. These as-yet unidentified objects often appear to look like very bright planets, but move across the skies throughout the evening in a different pattern. Some of them have been seen to shoot across the sky or straight down and back again very quickly. They often remain for hours on end, then disappear.
The objects flash three very bright colors (usually red, white blue) in approximately .33 second intervals. They are best viewed with high-powered binoculars. Some people have flashed high-powered flashlights at the objects and the objects reacted by flaring up.
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