UFOs have always been on the forefront of the list of things that have intrigued mankind for millennia. While most of the western world almost immediately highlights anything even remotely related to UFO sightings, one place in Asia barely gets the type of attention it deserves. Known by the name Kongka La pass, this is place is said to be a permanent UFO base. Let us learn 20 interesting Kongka La Pass UFO base facts and give ourselves a few more reasons to stay amazed and awed!
Interesting Kongka La Pass UFO Base Facts: 1-10
1. Located in the lap of the Himalaya, the Kongka La Pass – a low-ridge pass is a no man’s land in Ladakh. It is actually a disputed area in India-China border.
2. The southwestern part of the pass is held by India and is known as Ladakh while the northeastern part is held by China and is named as Aksai Chin.
3. The Kongka La Pass is the area where the Indian and Chinese armies had an armed conflict in year 1962.
4. The two countries have gotten into an agreement according to which none of the two countries patrol the area but they do keep an eye on it from a distance.
5. Apart from the India-Sino war, this area is also important because it is the proposed site where UFO sightings are common.
6. More importantly, it is being said that Kangka La Pass is actually a place where UFOs land on earth. Several people on both Indian and Chinese sides say that they have seen UFOs landing in the area.
7. What’s more creepy is that people say that it is not mere a landing site. According to rumors, the site has an underground UFO base. The people who report to have seen UFO landing, also say that they have seen UFOs emerging out of the ground.
8. Even more interesting is the fact that locals on either side of the Kongka La Pass believe that the governments of both the countries are very much aware of the UFO activities and the UFO base in the area.
9. This Kongka La Pass UFO Base theory did not get much credence until 2006. In June 2006, Google Earth’s satellite imagery came up with images that baffled the world.
10. Google Earth created a detailed terrain model with 1:500 scale of the Kongka La Pass. The imagery revealed that the surrounding area had buildings that looked very much like a military facility.