Well we’ve finally got those buggers pegged: UFO’s sighted near Denver. A local sent in some footage to Denver’s Fox-affiliated TV station KDVR of the mysterious footage, and managed to convince them to come and film it for themselves. What did the video show? What appears to be a distant, large, speedy UFO that changes directions on a dime. It also moves too fast to see with the naked eye, so video must be slowed down to actually see it. The UFO (of extraterrestrial origin?) appears to land all over the Denver area. What mission is it on? What is it up to?
When FOX sent out their own camera man to debunk the video, they captured images of the same.
Aviation expert Steve Cowell spoke to FOX 31’s investigative reporter Heidi Hemmat saying he was stumped as to what the UFO could be “That is not an airplane, that is not a helicopter, those are not birds, I can’t identify it.”
“We’ve checked with air traffic control,” says an FAA Statement, “and no one has had any reports of the activity you described … nor have any of our employees observed any of this nature either visually or on their radar displaces.” But that’s just what they would say, isn’t it?
Yet before things go all Independence Day, there is, perhaps, a more logical explanation then that a UFO is travelling incredibly fast, landing all over the place in broad daylight, and grabbing nobody’s attention. Bugs. These little critters flitter and fly all over the place, but when they are blurry and lack a reference point to show how large or distant they are, they can be mistaken for something more ominous and bizarre. Flies and such can buzz left and right very quickly, after all, and are unlikely be noted by the FAA.