An overwhelming amount of UFO websites are exceptionally dated, poorly designed, or inactive. This is my attempt to catalog all the relevant sites in existence as a resource for myself and others and their research. Any contributions or suggestions are extremely helpful. If you have any, please drop me a line at the bottom of the page.
Okay design, wiki-based, over 1,200 articles.
More document and blog-based. Not comprehensive, but very active and has it’s own organization of research volunteers.
Dated design, many great write-ups and resources on a variety of aspects.
Dated design, all-round resource with many news articles, but becoming more dated.
Bad design, mostly a link dump of various articles and resources.
Bad design, but a large collection of historical articles and documents.
Dated design, excellent resource focused on historical documents, literature, and finding best cases.
Dated design, extensive list of articles, cases, and other resources.
Okay design, large list of historical UFO publications, regular articles, and other resources.
Okay design, focused on debunking fake channels and UFO-related content. Excellent black-list.
Okay design, small article-based site which gives a broad (and generally sparse) overview of various UFO-related aspects.
Decent design, focused more on spiritual and psychological components of UFOs and ETs from an individual perspective.
Decent design, but only for reporting and tracking various sightings submitted to the site.
Bad design, but many great articles from a skeptical perspective.
Well designed, decent overview of various cases, footage, sightings, and quotations.
(last updated 2014)
Dated design, hard to navigate, decent number of articles on cases and other aspects.
(last updated 2014)
Dated design, no longer updated. Many case-specific write-ups.
(last updated 2013)
Okay design, great articles and write-ups, but many broken links and was taken over by spam (now appears to be a scam). Still accessible through internetarchive.org.
(last updated 2012)
Simple design, many excellent resources and links.
(last updated 2011)
Bad design, various write-ups and a variety of cases and other topics.
(last updated 2010)
Dated design, many decent bios on various ufologists.
(last updated 2004)
Bad design, scattered listings of researches, organizations, articles, and many other aspects.
Decent design, notable organization with regular articles, statistics, and sighting reports.
Okay design, notable organization with regular articles and sighting reports.
Dated design, international group focused on studying UFOs founded in 1979 by Hynek. Decent articles, case files, and links to various resources.
Bad design, difficult to navigate, reputable organization with links to various free books, articles, and other resources.
Okay design, article-based site focused on case-files. Decently organized, but not as much material as others.