The hot spots for alien visitors appears quite interesting.
The numbers as crunched by Kaggle, also show that the majority of sightings take place on a Saturday, and the most common time of day is 9-11pm.
It also shows that July-January is UFO spotting season in the United States.
The data also reveals that more and more have been reported since 2009 – perhaps suggesting a new interstellar bypass has been built that brings alien aircraft closer to Earth.
On the other hand, this could mean nothing more than the rise of the Internet has made reporting sighting easier than it was in the 1990s.
More data on UFO sightings, including a worldwide series consisting of over 80,000 sightings, has been crunched and created by Kaggle on their website. INDEPENDENT
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