<p>MJ Banias is an author and freelance journalist who specializes in paranormal culture and the strange. You can follow him on <a href="http://Twitter.com/mjbanias" target="_blank">Twitter</a> or <a href="http://YouTube.com/mjbanias" target="_blank">YouTube</a>. He is the author of <i><a href="https://www.amazon.com/UFO-People-Curious-Culture/dp/1786770911/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=" target="_blank">The UFO People: A Curious Culture</a>.</i></p>
Brandon Fugal bought the infamous Utah ranch from aerospace billionaire Robert Bigelow in 2016.
Newly leaked documents published by Popular Mechanics show that a shadowy Pentagon program produced reports investigating phenomena such as injuries from 'exotic' propulsion that mention UFOs.
"I feel like UFOs could be one of the greatest news stories of our time and I want a piece of it," says New Hampshire-based reporter Daymond Steer.
The air date for History Channel's latest non-fiction paranormal TV show has been announced.
Locals say the ranch has been plagued by strange creatures and cattle mutilations. It's also been used for government UFO research. So what's really happening there?
The Pentagon admits UFOs are real. So Hollywood is making a flurry of movies and TV shows about how we should look for them.
A records request shows the Pentagon has "discovered certain briefing slides that are classified TOP SECRET" and a "video classified SECRET."
Last month the public university published a press release claiming "there has been and still is life on Mars," complete with diagrams of "insects" on the Red Planet.
The University of Manitoba has acquired thousands of documents, many of which relate to the infamous "Falcon Lake" case.
The U.S. Army will now look for "demonstrable physical phenomena" in a piece of metal the UFOlogist says came from an alien spacecraft.
Cryptid enthusiasts say this is evidence of Bigfoot.
The Army is looking for "military utility" in mysterious metals obtained by DeLonge's To the Stars Academy.