According to the National UFO Reporting Center, there were over 100 U.F.O. sightings in Connecticut in 2018. The center makes it clear they have not confirmed the validity of any of the claims, but do weed out what they consider are obvious hoaxes.

100 sightings sure seems like a lot, but the article goes on to say that U.F.O. sightings worldwide are in fact on the decline. Why would they be on the decline after so many years of those stats rising? Where have they gone? Well, I have a theory, so stay with me. They are keeping it on the low and preparing for ultimate, final invasion. What happens before the storm, ya' say? The calm. What happens after the calm? The storm happens, and I can guarantee no one will be calm when that comes.

I mean, we can't calm down during actual, regular snow storms, what are we going to do when mutants from far off planets invade? If you are weird like me and love thinking about, talking about or viewing any and everything alien/U.F.O.-related, check out the new History Channel show Project Blue Book. It's amazing, Chef recommends. (I'm Chef BTW).

Let me save you a Google search. The dude that plays Dr. Allen Hynek is NOT Gary Oldman. I could not focus for the first 15 minutes of the show, just thinking about that. I convinced myself it was Oldman like ten times. It's actaully Aiden Gillen of "Game of Thrones" fame.