This page contains some excellent ufo pictures and photos of ufo's in action. Of course we encourage you to use your own judgement as to the authenticity of these ufo pictures. We invite you to show these ufo pictures to your friends. We update this site frequently with new ufo pictures and photos of ufo's.
2006-Ft. St. John, B.C. Canada-I took this photo on August 20, 2006 while helping a friend on a moose hunt. It was taken using a Kodak Easyshare c340 digital camera at around 1:30 PM. It was seen about 20 miles north of Ft. St. John, B.C. Canada. My friend has no interest in this subject so when I saw it approaching at a high rate of speed I just grabbed my camera and snapped a couple quick shots without saying anything to him.
It is amazing how many UFOs come out in the day time. This UFO picture was taken in the early morning when a paper boy was doing his rounds in rural America. He just happened to have his camera with him so he took a few snaps but he knew nobody would believe the UFO picture he took. Hopefully he now knows that he isn't the only one that believes.
2001-July. Spence was an eyewitness to the Linda Cortile abduction in Manhattan. He is a member of the Intruders Foundation, and was at the location of the original event, when he took photos of several UFOs which were hovering over Cortile's apartment building.
2005-Washington, D C-February. While doing maintenace on the inteldesk.com website, I noticed something odd about the Washington image feed, and queried further. Some screen shots were taken. We have contacted the National Parks Service Police, as this is where the webcam is operated from. They have been on the site, but we have not heard back from them at this time. Take notice that the headlights of autos are showing exposure trails from the headlights, but the object in the air is not, thus implying it is stationary or hovering. We consider this to be a remarkable image. Several UFO experts we have contacted have agreed that it is a very remarkable image. Observe that the time as shown in the bottom right of each screen shot is EST. It is not known how long the image was up or when it first appeared before being noticed by the inteldesk.com site administrator.