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UFO's Are 4 Real!

Updated on October 31, 2013

Do UFO's and aliens scare you? Have you had any experiences with the unknown? Or do you just love to read really odd and strange stories?

"UFO's Are 4 Real" is filled with stories about UFO and alien encounters. Every story is different, and very bone chilling.

My mother-in-law is the author of this book; she has been involved with so much strange phenomenon that she decided to write about her encounters. She has also been approached by all kinds of different people throughout the years who shared their strange stories with her. She has included these stories in this book as well with their permission, and only their names were changed.

The main reason she has shared these stories is because she wants to help people who have had other-worldly encounters. She wants to let them know that they are not alone, and that they can get through their experiences.

I've edited and published this book for her, and after reading it I've learned that everyone who has lived with her has witnessed something strange and scary. I happen to live with her now, and It kind of worries me a little. I'm afraid something like that will happen to me too. I teased her about it, and told her that I didn't want to meet any of her "friends".

I think this a great book if you believe in other-worldly beings. These stories are amazingly spooky and will put chills down your spine even if you're not a believer. I'm a believer and have heard lots of strange stories over the years, and I even used to watch "Unsolved Mysteries." Those stories were nothing compared to these! There are so many in this book that are totally new to me.

I've always thought that if we exist, then there must be others out there some where. I would like to hope they are not malicious especially since they seem to be visiting us. I wish I knew the motive of their visits, and I wish they would just get it out there that they really do exist.

Maybe the reason why they are not actually telling us that they really do exists is because that maybe we're not ready yet. No one wants a massive panic on our hands! This book talks about that too, it says that 85% of the people believe that aliens exits compared to the 35% during the 1940's. But even though more and more people are believing, we still may not be ready for aliens to actually come and say "Hi" to everyone just yet.

I've found some creepy videos of aliens and UFOs you may enjoy. I just love watching strange stuff like this:

This is my dad, and he talks about what he's made and how it compares to what's been found on Mars!

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Here's a link to my mother-in-law's book about UFO Stories and more!

Hi! I would love it if you share your strange stories if you have any. If not that's ok, you can say hi anyway!

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    • ghoststorylover profile imageAUTHOR

      ghoststorylover 

      4 years ago

      @TheCozyDinosaur: what a scary thing to lay awake thinking about at night as a kid!

    • TheCozyDinosaur profile image

      TheCozyDinosaur 

      4 years ago

      As a kid, this was the stuff that made me lie awake at night, wondering about all the possibilities we are unaware of.

    • ghoststorylover profile imageAUTHOR

      ghoststorylover 

      4 years ago

      @stormy1990: Yah, I've never thought about that either...

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      stormy1990 

      4 years ago

      Ok, not saying that those ufos aren't from extraterrestrial sentient beings from other worlds, but why, if the things travel so fast that they can travel from star system to star system, which is light years away from us, why do we not hear any sonic booms?

      Just one of the things alien-believers don't think about...

    • Miljana LM profile image

      Miljana LM 

      4 years ago

      Why do I believe in something strange and different? Well, we only use for about ten percent of our brain. And our eyesight isn't totally reliable because of that.

    • Kim Milai profile image

      Kim Milai 

      4 years ago

      Very compelling reading your article and thought provoking. I'm skeptical about this subject but now I'm curious to read more. Thank you.

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