Recent Unidentified Flying Object Sighting in Denver Stump Officials
We were able to conveniently explain away some of our local UFO sightings. This one, however, had us scratching our heads.
A Denver FOX31 news crew confirmed a local man’s report of unidentified flying objects regularly zipping around the mile-high Colorado sky. Like the man, the news crew was able to capture on camera the mysterious objects he reported.
The Federal Aviation Administration and the North American Aerospace Defense Command both shrugged when asked to respond. Saying they had no records or reports of such activity, the station summoned an aviation expert. He, too, was also stumped.
“That is not an airplane. That is not a helicopter. Those are not birds. I can’t identify it,” he said. But while he allowed that it might be some kind of debris, “as it fits the definition, it’s an unidentified flying object,” he noted.
Not that we fully believe in aliens or anything, but this AnonymousFO video montage of unidentified flying objects caught by the Curiosity Rover, over the Olympics, and by amateur cameras worldwide in August is also baffling. As were the comments reputedly attributed by the Apollo 11 astronauts.
For the UFO-curious and enquiring minds everywhere, AnonymousFO.com is a good site for keeping up on these reports– while screening out the more dubious ones.
These UFOS must be clouds, or dirigibles, or bunches of errant helium balloons. Yes, everything is okay, we tell ourselves. Alien invasion is not imminent. We think.