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Some say an area in central California is a popular stopping place for aliens.

On July 8, 1947, a crash in Roswell, N.M. described by local papers as a "flying saucer" lit a fire in America: UFO fever. And today, just over 65 years later, some Central Californians believe their region remains a UFO hotspot, the bottom leg of a "UFO triangle" as mysterious as Bermuda's.

Jeffrey Gonzalez is one of such, the founder of Sanger Paranormal Society and a UFO-chaser for the past four years. He even runs a 24-hour UFO hotline: people call and he investigates claims of UFO sightings.

It's not as much of a Hostspot as the Xenia-Alder Point Road area up near Garberville! To read more, click here.