A Cleveland group that investigates reports of UFOs will have "Disclosure Day" on Sunday, July 8 in Brecksville.
The Cleveland Ufology Project, which was founded in 1952, will be at the from 1:30 to 5 p.m. to collect reports from local people who have seen something they can't explain in the sky.
The purpose of the event is to promote government disclosure of information regarding UFOs.
In addition to that were submitted in 2011, here are some other recent sightings in the area, taken verbatim from the NUFORC website.
Mentor, June 5, 11:45 p.m. -- Tonight at about 11:45pm EST I think I saw a UFO. I was out watching the sky with my binoculars. I was looking at Mars in the western sky. I turned to the North to try and spot something I saw earlier. In the NW sky I saw a bright white light, and seemed to be round like a star. I thought it was a star until it moved.
Watching with my binoculars, it traveled straight East. It moved slowly at first, then began to pick up speed, then slowed down. It seemed to stop briefly, then continued on slowly. It did this several times. Finally it moved slowly towards the horizon, disappearing from my view behind a tree.
Other than the strange behavior mentioned above, I think it was a UFO since it made no noise. I had seen a UFO one other time, about 1975 in Akron OH. It behaved similarly and had no sound.
I have been watching planes and stars for many years. I know what’s obscure.
Parma, April 12, 9:30 p.m. -- Orange illuminated fireball shaped object moving silently over Parma, Ohio
I got home from class at 9:30pm and took the dog out front. F loating above at some unknown altitude was an orange roundish object with a single bright light beneath it. I called my wife outside and asked her what that was.
She retrieved our binoculars, and we observed the object. It moved across the sky from east to south, changed direction to straight south, then went straight west. It was not a parachute flair. It maintained altitude, and made no noise. Duration was about two to three minutes.
Avon, March 21, 6:23 a.m. -- White light zoomed off to the west over Avon, OH
I was heading to work at 6:23 am on 3/21/2012, and happened to look up over the trees while I was sitting at a stop sign facing west. Then I saw a single very bright light that zoomed off through the sky, and out of view past the trees. I then proceeded to go down the street to the westbound road that I take to work, but by that time it was gone.
Medina, March 9, 7:30 a.m. -- Silver bell with flames at bottom and silver metal frame with red bottom
it was about 7 30 and we were out side an we looked up an saw these 2 bell shaped craft with with what looked like to be a metal bell with a black frame at the bottom of them and it made a sound like blazing fire and the were traveling west to east and before we knew it they were gone.
Parma, Nov.15, 2011, 5:30 p.m. -- Pipe coming thru the clouds out of the atmosphere
Exiting Interstate 480 West at Tiedeman Road. Looking in sky southwest. Sky lighting up west from sun going down. Clouds shaped like feathers. It was shapped like a pipe. It was coming out of the atmosphere thru the clouds. It looked as if it extended into the atmosphere with no end. It didn't move. I lose sight of it when driving south on Tiedman Road.
Parma, Oct. 31, 2011, 7 p.m. -- Halloween lights over Parma Ohio
Its Halloween and I’m standing outside waiting for the kids to come by and I look to the south over the tree-line admiring the clear beautiful night it ended up being and I see a orange/red light in the distance.
At first I think, what a strange colored light, considering Parma has moderate flight traffic due to the Cleveland International Airport.
As it nears, I realize I see no flashing lights to designate it as a commercial or private plane, but the level of brightness the globe indicated to me it was low flying and at a pretty good speed.
By the time it passed me, the globe of light was equally as bright from the back as it was from the front and I could see no definition of an object being present like one could observe from the multitude of passing planes heading in or taking off from the airport.
There was also no sound as it passed. I attempted to rationalize this as a very high flying object but the brightness of the light was too vibrant to be some! thing as high as I think a plane would have to be to mask any sound or to have the clarity of light.
The color was off as well, and the fact that there was no blinking signal lights was also strange to me. It was heading north, and I lost sight of it after it passed beyond my roofline.
Berea, Oct. 30, 2011, midnight -- Orange light in the sky, that vanished suddenly.
There was 3 of us standing outside and my husband looked to the sky and told us us to look up.
We saw an orange ball of light which appeared to move slightly in the sky and then suddenly vanished before i could get the camera out.
We know it wasn't a plane because it was orange and didn't blink AT ALL.