John Keel once wrote that "the average witness" (of UFOs) "could not [point to true North even when they had lived in the area all their lives."
Which just shows that even Keel could say stupid things sometimes.
(The last half of his sentence indicates he meant MAGNETIC North...not TRUE North---which is currently towards the star Polaris, which is that REALLY bright star in the constellation called Ursa Minor (Latin for Little Bear...usally called the Little Dipper).
I found the Keel quote on a "UFO Skeptic" website, the author of which didn't realize that True North and Magnetic North are not the same. Magnetic North, incidentally is on Prince of Wales Island in Canada and NOT at "The North Pole" which is in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. here is the latest photo from there http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/latest/noaa1.jpg
ANYWAY...skeptics always try to deride and debunk based on misstatements (including Keel's above).
These photos ROCK