A Cleveland group that investigates reports of UFOs will have “Disclosure Day” on Sunday, July 8 in Brecksville.
The Cleveland Ufology Project, which was founded in 1952, will be at the Cuyahoga County Library’s Brecksville Branch from 1:30 to 5 p.m. to collect reports from local people who have seen something they can’t explain in the sky.
The purpose of the event is to promote government disclosure of information regarding UFOs.
There have been plenty of recent sightings in the area listed on the NUFORC website. There are no Brecksville sightings from the past year, but there are a few from 2008, 2005 and 2004. There’s even one from 1957 that claims a UFO landed right behind a person’s car!
From the report:
“No noise at all and it was round and glowing as if the moon was sitting there. Approximate size was 20 ft in diamater. I could have touched it but made a quick exit instead .”