This is not to say that none of the reports are real events, but that there is just not enough well documented evidence to support their authenticity. On some of the others, there is a chance that more evidence will be uncovered someday that will change my mind.
See my list of 9 UFO Crash Cases that have been well researched.
Another case that I may add to the list is one that allegedly occurred in Tokushima on Shikoku Island in the southern part of Japan in 2008. Again, more evidence is needed, but here are some of the basis facts.
Reports list the date of the event as the evening of July 16. Eyewitnesses claim that a small object of unknown origin was seen out of control, and falling toward the earth. When the object smashed into the ground, a loud explosion was heard, accompanied with smoke and fire.
The crash was allegedly seen by observers on the ground, and also passengers in planes. One witness claimed that the object took part of a bridge out on its way to the earth. Officials could offer no explanation as to what the object was.
Witnesses state that soon, a number of rescue workers, and low flying military planes were seen at the crash site. The area around the site was quickly sealed off from the public, and a media blackout was put in place.
Some investigators have claimed that articles on the crash have been removed from Internet sites, but I have no proof of this, and I don't know exactly who would have had the authority to make this happen.
There are discussions on forum and message boards about the crash, but again, this information has no probative value at this time. As you would expect, there were reports of alien bodies being removed from the site, along with remnants of the crashed craft.
There have been no photographs of the event, nor video. This is not to say that none were taken, but that at this time, none have been made public.
This is the end of this story, and right now, that is all there is, a story. If any new information is made available, I will certainly update this case file.