The state of West Virginia has a long prominent history of unexplained happenings and bizarre sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Perhaps it’s because we are a rural stategeographically covered with harsh mountains and rolling hills, being far from more densely populated territoriesthat makes this phenomena even more fantastic. Maybe the people here are just more observant of such oddities, or more willing to report such experiences to authorities. Then again, it could be that the Mountain State is in somewhat close proximity to the nation’s capitol, Washington, DC, or to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, in Dayton, Ohio, that makes such sightings probable. Regardless of the reasons for the increased activity in Appalachia, it remains a fact that citizens of the state have recorded an astounding number of UFO sightings over the last fifty years. Among these have been high profile incidents such as the famed Braxton County Monster. Additionally, the legendary Mothman sightings, near Point Pleasant, still mystify investigators and enthusiasts. There were the infamous “Men in Black” investigators that have garnered international attention to the Appalachian Mountains. Hundreds of lesser-known cases exist where solid citizens of upright character claimed to have witnessed strange flying objects over the state’s airspace. Many of these sightings have been reported to county law enforcement or to federal investigative agencies, often with lackluster results. However, it’s likely that an even greater percentage of eyewitnesses have kept their experiences secret to avoid public ridicule or harassment from non-believers. To this day, the whole UFO situation is often viewed as an erroneous and suspect enigma. Of course, author Kyle Lovern tends to see things differently, and so do millions of others like him. This work includes 16 fresh sightings and interviews with the individuals who experienced the unexplained.