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Video: Sudden Explosion of UFO Sightings in Colorado

There Are Pretty Legit UFO Reports Coming Out of Colorado and Utah – or so says the folks over at Ryot:

If reports coming out of Colorado this past weekend are any indicator, then it’s time to break out the tin foil hats, ‘cuz there’s something super mysterious flying overhead.

Normally when we see reports of UFO sightings, it’s in shoddy and likely doctored YouTube videos. Even then, you’ll only see those make front page tabloid news or big conspiracy theory outlets at best.

Not so this time around, as Denver’s NBC affiliate KUSA-TV aired a report on some mysterious shiny objects hovering over Breckenridge last Saturday. With eyes trained on the UFOs eerily suspended over a ridge, their reporter in the field dismissed any speculation that the sighting was merely a hoax.

Other big network affiliates picked up the story over the weekend as well, and even USA Today along with a few other totally legit, non-tabloid national news outlets. Add the report by Salt Lake City’s Fox 13 of a nearly identical sighting in Utah just a few days prior, and we have ourselves a nearly bulletproof UFO encounter.

But as we all know even credible media outlets are prone to misreporting. With an open police investigation into the matter now underway, it would seem that’s not the case this time around.

Morevoer, KUSA-TV reported NORAD (The North American Aerospace Defense Command) was even looking into the matter. Military spokesperson Army Major Beth Smith said, “NORAD is not tracking any anomalies in that location. We are investigating.”

Cryptic, sure, but anything short of a flat denial from these tight-lipped guardians of our airspace should be a sign that something caught their eye too — even if they’re not certain what it is either.

Aliens or not, I guess it depends on what you wanna believe.

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