Men dressed as aliens dance at the ‘Storm Area 51’ spinoff event ‘Alienstock’ on Sept. 20, 2019, in Rachel, Nevada. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Superstitious people, rejoice! Monday is your day.

Every May 3, Americans celebrate National Paranormal Day — a day dedicated to occurrences that can’t quite be explained by scientific measures.

Have you ever seen a ghost? Is there a haunted house in your neighborhood? Have you spotted a UFO? And do you have trouble convincing people you’ve experienced any of these?

Fear not, for you’re not alone. According to National Day Calendar, lots of people have their own paranormal experiences and they are encouraged to share them on Monday.

But even if you’re too cool to believe in any of that, you can still take part in National Paranormal Day by watching these free movies and documentaries on Tubi:

Movies

The Phoenix Incident (2015) — “Strange lights appear in the sky, and four Phoenix residents go missing, as the cover-up begins on the largest UFO sighting in U.S. history.”

Beyond the Sky (2018) — “A man who attends UFO conventions to disprove alien abductions meets a woman who is days away from age 28 and claims to be abducted every 7 years.”

Earthling (2011) — “After a mysterious atmospheric event, a small group of people wake up to realize that their entire lives have been a lie and they are actually aliens disguised as humans.”

The Device (2014) — “Two sisters discover a strange object of alien origin.”

Cosmos (2019) — “When three astronomers mistakenly intercept what seems to be a signal from an alien civilization, they uncover something they never saw coming.”

Area Q (2012) — “Thomas Mathews, an investigative journalist whose world is turned upside-down when his son disappears, is sent to Brazil to investigate close encounter sightings.”

Documentaries

Paranormal Investigators Uncut (2015) — “A journalistic view of the world of the unexplained features U.F.O phenomena, ghost hunting, cryptozoology, paranormal events and conspiracies.”

Alien Artifacts: The Lost World (2019) — “Explore the artifacts so impossibly technologically advanced that their existence has continued to baffle scientists and researchers for decades.”

Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind: Contact Has Begun (2020) — “One of the leading experts on extraterrestrial life uses interviews and videos to explain the conspiracy behind the suppression of alien evidence.”

Alien Case Files (2019) — “What if the government had been hiding the truth about extraterrestrial life forms for years? This documentary speaks to researchers and believers.”

The Cosmic Secret (2019) — “Scientists, researchers and philosophers explore ideas about human history involving far-flung, unexplored corners of the universe.”

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Tubi is an ad-supported video-on-demand service with a massive library of 30,000 movies and television shows that are free to stream for viewers. The platform is currently available in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Mexico.

Tubi is available on Android and iOS mobile devices, Amazon Echo Show, Google Nest Hub Max, Comcast Xfinity X1, Cox Contour, and on OTT devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Vizio TVs, Sony TVs, Samsung TVs, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, and soon on Hisense TVs globally.

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