Kim Carlsberg, a UFO abductee and one of the world's foremost alien experts, gives nightly UFO Vortex tours. Her brochure promises — in all caps, no less — "WE ALWAYS SEE UFOs."
The sightings: Even though the Air National Guard begs to differ, claiming the March 13, 1977 lights were flares from a garden variety exercise, thousands of eyewitnesses including doctors and later-to-be governor Fife Symington saw "something that defied logic and challenged reality."
Carlsberg isn't taking any chances, offering her tour attendees military grade night goggles and strict tutoring on what is and what isn't a UFO. Airplane lights, shooting stars, planets, satellites, birds and the Milky Way don't count. If the light pulses and comes from an orb, triangle or tube, feel free to get out the chalk.
Nearest Military Base: Camp Navajo: 38.4 miles.