Pt. 2-As Seen On National Geographic UFO Documentary, ABC And NPR-Lafayette, CO 3/20/2011

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Pt. 2-As Seen On National Geographic UFO Documentary, ABC And NPR-Lafayette, CO 3/20/2011
(Part Two) Closer view of the UFOs above Denver, Colorado. They moved very slowly in a triangular formation across the sky then disappeared one at a time. We were in Lafayette, CO in my cousin’s backyard facing west. The lights appeared to be approximately 3000-6000 feet high, coming from the West-Southwest and moving to the southeast. When they disappeared, they seemed to be directly over Denver. I was only visiting on my vacation, so I am not positive about the exact location or direction we were facing, but I am sure we were looking towards the west. We viewed the lights for approximately 15-20 minutes before they disappeared.

8 thoughts on “Pt. 2-As Seen On National Geographic UFO Documentary, ABC And NPR-Lafayette, CO 3/20/2011

  1. The little flashing lights that often accompany the balls-of-light types look like transparent bubbles with Tesla Ball-type energy inside producing the flashes. We call ’em “blinkies”, lol, ’cause that’s what they do. ANY of those little ones can be invisible to bare eyes (but seen in nightvision equipment) or suddenly “power up” bright and/or MORPH INTO VARIOUS CRAFT SHAPES like triangles, rectangles, ovals, etc…and expand/shrink sizes while flying. Incredible if ETs are inside during.

  2. For a taste of just some of what this advanced ET race’s technology is capable of, look at my videos — especially the highest rated vids since apparently those translate well on flat, one-dimensional consumer-grade equipment….

  3. Aliens:master myths or master trolls?
    Humans:I saw a UFO! *proof vanishes.* Darn it!
    UFO:Lol, u mad, bro? >:)

    I do believe in them….it seems more like they’re playing a game with us and taunting us….

  4. This is exactly what I saw 25 years ago in Georgia. It hovered over a mountain for 2 hours and I watched it with binoculars the entire time. Then it just shot away

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