Yes, there's a thing called World UFO Day, and globally people celebrate it unofficially on varied dates. 2nd July is a popular date for World UFO Day. However, 2nd July is not universally recognized as UFO Day. There are different dates throughout the year that are celebrated as UFO-related observances or events. Here are a few notable dates related to UFOs:
June 24th: World UFO Day
World UFO Day is an annual event celebrated on June 24th. It aims to raise awareness about UFOs and the existence of extra-terrestrial life. The date was chosen to commemorate the famous Roswell UFO incident that occurred in 1947.
July 2nd: World UFO Day (Alternative Date)
While June 24th is the more widely recognized World UFO Day, many UFO enthusiasts and organizations celebrate it on July 2nd as an alternative date. This is because July 2nd marks the anniversary of the alleged UFO crash in the town of Varginha, Brazil, in 1996.
September 20th: Area 51 Raid Anniversary
On September 20th, some people commemorate the "Storm Area 51" event, which was originally a Facebook joke that went viral in 2019. Though the event did not lead to a large-scale raid on Area 51, it sparked public interest in the secretive military base and the possibility of extra-terrestrial secrets being hidden there.
World UFO Day provides an opportunity to educate the public about UFOs, UFO sightings, and related phenomena. It encourages open discussions, sharing of experiences, and promoting a greater understanding of the possibility of extraterrestrial life.
It's worth noting that while these dates may hold significance in UFO culture, they are not officially recognized holidays.
Today, UFO enthusiasts organize various events and activities such as conferences, symposiums, film screenings and public lectures. This collection aims to explore the mystery surrounding UFO sightings, alien encounters, and similar phenomena. In addition, people often share personal UFO encounters and discuss the possible implications of extra-terrestrial life.
World UFO Day serves as a platform to promote scientific research and research on UFOs. Scientists, researchers, and sceptics use this opportunity to investigate UFO sightings, examine evidence, and offer alternative explanations for reported phenomena. The goal is to promote critical thinking and evidence-based discussion about the existence of UFOs and the possibility of extra-terrestrial visitation.
Various events, conferences, seminars, and meet-ups are organized worldwide on World UFO Day. These gatherings bring together like-minded individuals, researchers, experts, and enthusiasts to exchange ideas, share stories, and discuss the latest developments in the field of UFO studies.