I recently watched the half-hour show Unsealed: Alien Files, which is hosted by John Wells. This episode was called "Alien Hot Spots," and it focused on areas that are known for having a great deal of UFO activity. These are the four hot spots the show focused on:
-Los Angeles, California: Hundreds of UFOs were seen in Topanga Canyon on June 14, 1992. The "Battle Over Los Angeles" occurred on February 24, 1942 when the U.S. Army tried to shoot a UFO down, but it got away...the next day, the Secretary of the Navy said it was a weather balloon. (You can find more about L.A.'s numerous UFO sightings here: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_flyingobjects54.htm.
-Texas: There have been hundreds of UFO sightings here since the 1800s. It is said that in 1897, an alien was buried in Aurora after its UFO crashed. Mysterious glowing lights (the Marfa Lights) have been spotted multiple times a year in Marfa since the 1950s (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marfa_lights). A UFO was once spotted heading toward Corpus Christi at 2500 miles per hour.
-London, England: There have been 12,000 UFO sightings in London in the past sixty years, as well as several reports of airplanes almost colliding with UFOs. In Rendlesham Forest in late 1980, strange lights came from a triangular UFO that was sitting on the ground
-China: There have been reports of a flaming UFO (http://www.ufoevidence.org/documents/doc476.htm) and a mass UFO sighting.
Unsealed: Alien Files is an interesting show, but I wish it were an hour instead of thirty minutes because I would've liked to hear more details about each of the incidents mentioned on the show. Despite this, I will definitely watch more episodes.
My rating: 7/10