• By ufos-usa
  • / August 9, 2023
  • / Stories

5 Times (Maybe) UFOs and Aliens Sighted in New Mexico

If anything is more associated with New Mexico than Hatch Green Chile, it’s aliens and UFOs.

Ask anyone what they know about alien sightings and they’ll probably wonder about Roswell. If the face of Helen of Troy launched a thousand ships, the infamous incident of July 1947 sparked a thousand theories and an alien frenzy that has grown over the past 74 years.

But Roswell is not an isolated case – if reports are to be believed. And with the highly anticipated government report on UFOs released on Friday, June 25, what better way to celebrate than by taking a look at four more times unidentified flying objects and/or aliens (allegedly) visited the Land of Enchantment, and another encounter with aliens.

Alien shootout in Dulce, New Mexico?

If you have never heard of Phil Schneider, I recommend you google him. The claims he made and the conspiracy theories surrounding his death make for a pretty interesting rabbit hole.

But for the public (too long, didn’t read): Schneider was a government engineer who helped design and build military bases. He became famous in 1995 when he began revealing details about his survival in a 1979 shootout between aliens and the US military at a secret underground base near Dulce.

Schneider died in 1996. Official information speaks of suicide. But his fans are not convinced.

Aztecs, UFO crash and dead aliens

Was this a hoax or a legitimate case of visitors from another world? Regardless, this event certainly caused excitement in 1948, and that excitement is still felt throughout New Mexico and the UFO community.



The story told by Frank Scully is that a 100-foot-wide, saucer-shaped metal spaceship crashed into Hart Canyon. There were several extraterrestrial bodies inside the UFO. HAS.Then a soldier S. intervened, took everything and brought all the evidence to a secret laboratory. According to reports, those involved in the case were sworn to secrecy.

Many people believe that Scully was deceived by fraudsters. In any case, it is a story that has long captured the imagination of both believers and skeptics.

UFO Sighting in Socorro

In 1964, Socorro police officer Lonnie Zamora attempted to deal with what he believed to be a troubled driver south of Socorro. As he approached the vehicle, he noticed that it was egg-shaped in shape and noticed the undercarriage as well as a particular red mark on the object that began to rise as he approached. It turns out Zamora wasn’t the only local to see the plane: five other witnesses came forward and described similar sightings around the same time Zamora
witnessed what it did.


An armada of alien ships over Farmington

In a science fiction thriller in 1950, an armada of flying objects was seen parading in the sky over Farmington. In broad daylight.In a few days. And they would have been seen by hundreds of people.

While no UFO incidents or alien encounters were reported at this time, there were numerous eyewitness reports of a so-called game of tag apparently being played from the floating ride. One of the UFOs was also reportedly red in color and appeared to be leading the rest of the group.


(Bonus) Call Home…to Alamogordo

It was 1982 and America was crazy about an alien movie called E.T.“E. Extra Terrestrial,” Steven Spielberg’s classic film about a young alien who just wants to find his way home, was so successful that tech giant Atari quickly developed a video game based on the film and they were sure it would make money.


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