Ben Hansen claims to have seen a UFO

11 May


Ben Hansen, host of the canceled parashow “Fact or Faked,” claims to have seen a UFO flying over the skies of Huntington Beach, CA on May 3, 2013.

I was stretching from my workout, I looked up to the sky. Nearly directly above my head at about 70 degrees altitude from the southwestern horizon, I instantly focused on a triangular shaped object traveling at a very quick pace toward the northeast. I quickly ascertained that the object was a craft of some sort and not birds flying in formation because at each point of the triangle was a large white sphere. The spheres and craft traveled in perfect coordination as if it was part of one solid structure.

Did Ben see something or was it a desperate attempt to be relevant in the eyes of paranormal enthusiasts? Whatever you may think of Ben or his credibility, you have to admit that Ben knows how to fill out a UFO sighting report.

For Ben’s complete report go to:!ufo-sighting-5313/cn9s

If I remember correctly, the FoF team in Season: 1 Episode: 7  of Fact or Faked Haunted Mansion Mist / Starlight Intruder “Fremont UFO” debunked a similar claim as a nocturnal hang glider with lights. Maybe it was just another hang glider giving the former FoF leader the finger?


Posted by on May 11, 2013 in paranormal, Uncategorized


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4 responses to “Ben Hansen claims to have seen a UFO

  1. AutumnForest (@autumn_forest)

    May 11, 2013 at 8:11 pm

    I would absolutely trust his perception. He is not ego-driven like other maniacs in the business. He has an honest desire for truth and rational thinking. My family and I saw a very similar one in Arizona in 2008.

    • Barry Huddleston

      May 11, 2013 at 8:17 pm

      I guess Ben’s problem to that he made such lame attempts to debunk the paranormal and now he has them hanging around his neck. You can’t debunk a video as a night-time hang glider and claim that your sighting is somehow more valid.

  2. allthingsnaturally

    May 12, 2013 at 7:45 pm

    How about this answer: It’s a fact that Ben flubbed a faked story for his audience’s behalf! 🙂

    • Barry Huddleston

      May 12, 2013 at 8:23 pm

      The premise of the show was a good one. Sadly, the execution was very poor. Showtime wasted on swings blowing in the wind was a waste of everyone’s time.


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