I haven't the least doubt that people regularly see, or believe they see, objects, or what they take for objects, which are flying, or appear to them to fly, which they are then and subsequently, unable to identify . . . drawing any further conclusions from that is just plain goofy . . .
What have you got against goofyness?
Are you not goofy or something?
They should take you round the world in a sideshow as the only goofyless bloke in the history of recorded documentation.
"Not tonight Josephine" was extreme goofyness. Are you claiming you are less goofy than him?
What's not having had a bath in six months between friends?