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The United Nations UFO Panel told WNN that more people reported UFOs in the past year than in the last five years combined.

“Over the past year, we’ve been averaging 1,071 sighting reports a month, compared to about 300 three years ago,”  UN-UFO director, Dr. David Schumacher said.

“And I get about ten production companies contacting me every week, wanting to do stories on about UFO sightings.”

The most recent UFO sighting was in Kansas City:

In the case of the Kansas City sighting, the UFOs turned out to be alien spaceships from Planet Reeta – located 2 light years beyond Pluto, the dwarf.   “Planet Reeta is one of the top five planets that have been sending aliens to Earth,”  said Schumacher.  “Reetans have low-toned voices, sounding almost like the sound  made by a baritone sax.”

There was another Reetan sighting  last week over Argentina.  A  commercial flight was over the Andes after dark – cabin lights were on and everybody on one side of the airplane was looking out at a lighted object that was approaching them at their altitude,” said Sebastian Wilton, a former research scientist from the NASA Ames Research Center.

“The closer it got, the dimmer the cabin lights became.  Clearly, it was being controlled by the Reetans,” said Wilton.

Here’s a close-up shot of a Reetan ship:

And here’s a Reetan ship coming through the clouds:

Wilton was once a UFO skeptic until he started hearing reports from commercial pilots who shared their UFO experiences with him. He eventually created an organization called the National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena (NARCAP), which serves as a confidential reporting venue for pilots, crews and air traffic controllers who are otherwise afraid to make UFO reports.

“I was trying to be a conscientious scientist and let the chips fall where they may and I immediately found a great deal of bias and fear by people who shouldn’t be afraid. Science should not be afraid,” Wilton told WWN.

Pilots have also being reporting UFO sightings in greater frequency.  “There used to be 5-10 sightings per month by pilots, but in the last year, there have been 20-30 pilot sightings per month,” said Schumacher.

Of course, WWN readers know the truth behind the increase in sightings… the ongoing alien invasion.  The first major attack by aliens is  predicted to occur on November 27, 2011.

WWN continues to follow the story the mainstream media is purposely burying…