The holidays are nearly over, and it's time to start going back to school or return to work after a summer vacation. What you probably didn't know is that it's also the end of UFO season for the Northern Hemisphere. So if you're looking for ET, it's time to hightail it down to New Zealand. Here's why, according to the experts.According to a report on Real UFOs:
Ufologists have discovered a trend whereby Ufos are seen in the northern hemisphere usually from spring to summer, May - start of september. I guess the obvious reason is that most people are out then on holidays to witness such sightings but there is also some connection with geological phenomena. This is seen with the 'crop circle seasons' of summer and is apparently attributed to a vortex created by changes in water channels under the ground.Ohhh, right. Vortexes. There's even a video from the History Channel that explains it all to you.
Apparently stone structures and monoliths in England are somehow connected to these vortexes and that explains everything about why when you're not on holiday, you don't see UFOs. I also think it's nice that UFOs tend to show up in pretty places, like Hudson Valley, New York, so you can come for a vacation and check out the alien visitors. Tourism conspiracy, anyone? UFOs Come in Seasons [Real UFOs]