Category: UFO Days Event

New York Times UFO Crash Retrievals

Government Disclosure about UFOs took another big step forward today with the revelation of an ongoing aerial phenomenon study program hidden away inside the Office of Navy Intelligence. The cat keeps coming out of the bag in piecemeal Disclosure. A brand-new piece in The… Continue Reading “New York Times UFO Crash Retrievals”

It’s Evil. It’s Still Out There

Its out there, over Elmwood, waiting to come back. And I don’t trust it. It’s evil.

World UFO Day / UFOdays.net

Celebrating 1 year of UFOdays.net on World UFO Day.

UFO Follows Elmwood Schoolteacher’s Car

Elmwood schoolteacher Carole Forster tells about her 1975 encounter with a UFO.

UFO Days 2020 Cancelled

The Elmwood Area Community Club (EACC) voted to cancel UFO Days 2020. Concerns over Covid-19 took priority over what would have been the town’s 42nd consecutive celebration of extraterrestrial visitors to rural Wisconsin.

When You See Those Flying Saucers

the Buchanan Brothers captured the mood of the nation with their prescient song, “When You See Those Flying Saucers.” Don’t let the folksy-melody and music fool you. The song has a serious message about the meaning of the UFO phenomenon.

UFO Days in Nevada: Storm Area 51

The “Storm Area 51” event has spawned the creation of two UFO Days festivals in the vicinity of Rachel, Nevada. But you might want to sit this one out.

Another UFO DAY: Warren, MN

Mayor Mara Hanel of Warren, MN has proclaimed August 27 to be “UFO Day.” The northwest Minnesota town of Warren joins Elmwood, WI and Bellville, WI in hosting small-town UFO Day celebrations. Like the celebrations in Elmwood and Bellville, the new event in Warren… Continue Reading “Another UFO DAY: Warren, MN”

The Other UFO Days-Belleville, WI

Did you know that Elmwood, WI is not the only small town in Wisconsin to have had a high-profile UFO incident with a police officer that inspired an annual UFO Days festival?

Valley of the UFOS (Ridgeland, WI)

A 2004 article from Fate Magazine identifies a pattern of sightings Belleville-Ridgeland–Elmwood.