Out There stories relating to "Colorado UFO"
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Three 'shiny' objects observed in Breckenridge, Colorado were reported by local police to the FAA. The objects were not drones or balloons, as they would remain completely stationary for as long as 15 minutes at a time. They would also maneuver to form straight lines and triangles. In the end, they ascended and disappeared. Reports from Utah indicate that similar objects were observed there.
These objects are unknowns.
Friday, August 9, 2013
Contrary to some of the opinions being offered in the comments section beneath this image on YouTube, this photo is unlikely to depict a bird. However, it could be a radio-controlled plane moving at high speed much closer to the camera than it appears. It could also be a genuine unknown.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
A Denver man has offered video to a local TV station, claiming that it shows a UFO which he tapes every few days as it moves over the city between noon and 1 pm. The man has provided video which the station has had analyzed by an aviation expert, who says that it is not a bird, a plane or an insect. It is a genuine unknown. The station has also filmed it. So far, this ranks as one of the best UFO cases in recent years.
The most famous recurring UFO case is the Camarillo UFO, which appeared around Thanksgiving over Camarillo, California for six years beginning in 1996. Subscribers can listen to Dr Roger Leir discussing the UFO in December of 2003 in a special interview
in our archive.
Monday, October 22, 2012
There is no photo or video associated with this account, but it's an interesting one and worth considering. That said, remember, this is the internet. Maybe there is no nurse. Maybe this is simply a work of fiction. One thing about the UFO phenomenon always to remember: the questions come FIRST.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
This strange contrail was originally described as a missile test out of White Sands. Now it's not clear what it was. Certainly not a jet.
Monday, November 21, 2011
This object could be a fragment of a high-fling aircraft such as a landing gear bay door or a piece of a wing, but it could also be something very much more strange. It's an unusual and provocative video.
Monday, March 28, 2011
This is quite a clear video of the lights of a dark triangle that are very commonly seen, usually at low altitudes, in the US. These are not FAA-approved strobes, which would--or should--be present on any aircraft flying outside of military restricted airspace in the United States. As the creator of this video has been identified, there is no evidence of hoax, and the lights are not FAA approved, this video is graded B.
Friday, March 25, 2011
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Monday, March 21, 2011