Ninety percent of reports filed about unidentified flying objects can be identified, according to Weirton resident Fred Saluga, a longtime UFO investigator who is teaching a series of free classes on the subject beginning Monday at Eastern Gateway Community College.

Those, he said, could be meteors, stars or planets, for example.

Seven percent "would be government stuff we're not aware of," says the state director of MUFON of West Virginia.

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