UFOs Were Sighted In Alabama Over 30 Years Ago And It's One Of The Most Credible UFO Sightings In History
By Lisa Battles|Published October 02, 2023
Lisa has traveled the U.S. for over a decade, seeking out and sharing the stories of its most interesting places, people, and experiences. A journalism graduate of Auburn University, she has been a content strategist, editor, and writer for more than 25 years. Lisa has worked in community news, PR, and marketing with a focus on tourism, hospitality, and economic development. Besides following her curiosity around every corner, she's a devoted dog mom of two and advocate for animal welfare.
On Friday, February 11, 1989, the No. 1 song in the country was Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up.” That’s also the direction many people were looking that same night in a small northeast Alabama town. They were all bewildered at what they saw.
Local law enforcement officers set out to investigate the first call about a mysterious aircraft. Not long after they said they saw one themselves, report after report began to roll in from people throughout the area.
More than three decades later, the UFO sightings in Fyffe, Alabama, remain a topic of local lore and the namesake for the annual Fyffe UFO Days Festival.
Is this the first time you’ve heard about the UFO sightings in Fyffe, Alabama? If you’re considering a visit to go check out the place yourself, this cabin is on the west side of Fort Payne near Fyffe. While we can’t promise any brushes with UFOs, it does offer excellent views of the land and skies.
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