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Incredible UFOs Land and Launch Over Denver 2012 HQ

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  • uploaded: Nov 9, 2012
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We first learned about these sightings when a metro area man, who does not want to be identified brought us his home video. He captured the images on his digital camera from a hilltop in Federal Heights looking south toward downtown Denver.He said, "The flying objects appear around noon or 1:00 p.m. at least a couple of times a week." The strangest part is they are flying too fast to see with the naked eye, but when we slowed down the video, several UFOs appear.We altered the color contrast to make it easier to see. You can take a look for yourself by watching the video clip.We wanted to verify the video we saw was legitimate and not doctored in anyway. So our photojournalist set up his camera in the same spot, and shot video from just before noon until just after 1:00 p.m. He also captured something unexplained on video.Aviation expert Steve Cowell is a former commercial pilot, instructor and FAA accident prevention counselor.He thought he would have a logical explanation, until he watched the video. "That is not an airplane, that is not a helicopter, those are not birds, I can't identify it," he said. He also told us the objects are not insects.He said he knows of no aircraft that flies as fast. He did tell us there is one other possibility. "Perhaps there's some sort of debris that is being raised up by some of the atmospheric winds."But in his professional opinion, "As it fits the definition, it's an unidentified flying object."The FAA tracks all air traffic in Colorado and across the country. The FAA sent us a statement that says, "Weve checked with air traffic control and no one has had any reports of the activity you described...nor have any of our employees observed anything of this nature either visually or on their radar displays."The North American Aerospace Defense Command is located in Colorado Springs. It keeps an eye on the skies in case of an air attack against the United States.NORAD sent us this statement, "Our Command Center reviewed their records and they did not have any noted air activity in the Denver area during the times you indicated."The man who brought the video to our attention believes the UFOs are launching and landing near 56th Ave. and Clay Street in Denver. A Map shows only homes in the area.So are they UFOs? A secret military test? Floating debris?ADG Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alien-Disclosure-Group/189249627773146Follow ADG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ADG_UK

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  • Thenew2010#

    Thenew2010 November 12, 2012 6:32:58 AM CET

    They already estimate the location of the object then they should get real close to the area and film it instead of keep filming it from the distance and only to be guessing it.

  • Michael777#

    Michael777 November 12, 2012 2:35:00 AM CET

    Wish they would have tried to estimate its size, but it "seems" to only be a couple feet across... and the fact it appears at regular intervals my best guess would be it is an experimental [or fully developed] remote surveillance drone... That flash could be a plasma discharge from its directional control jets , which reminds me of what Stan Deyo wrote about in his book "The Cosmic Conspiracy"....

  • Ninammam#

    Ninammam November 11, 2012 9:33:01 PM CET

    Not a bug not a bird just the evil grays and you will start to see a lot more coverage, comming soon! If you see one steer clear or just plain RUN! They are not friendly folks.

  • Elnorel#

    Elnorel November 11, 2012 6:12:35 PM CET

    Cool shit if you ask me.

  • Mushrooman2000#

    Mushrooman2000 November 10, 2012 9:12:31 PM CET

    time for a real scientific look. High speed camera, triangulation of distances, speed computations etc. Because it's obviously flying insects. Reminds me of the boy in the home made balloon that got serious network news attention, any doof who ever played with a mylar helium balloon knew that was too small and floppy to lift a newborn let alone a 6 yr old. Hoax once again, simple minds attempting to rape your intellect for their 15 seconds of fame. Wasn't that in Fort Collins Colorado? Looks like the thin air of the Columbine State makes your Intelligence Quotient ratchet down a few clicks closer to an Ape's.

  • Tonighttheyfly#

    Tonighttheyfly November 10, 2012 6:19:30 PM CET

    These ads are ridiculous.

  • Spikey#

    Spikey November 10, 2012 12:40:32 PM CET

    Someone with ultra high quality video / optical equipment NEEDS to go along and capture this on ultra fast high speed film.

    Zoomed in, ultra fast film should be able to see fine surface details of this (these) thing.

    Why didn't the TV crew take better equipment?

    And why isn't everyone and their dog crowding that hilltop with millions of $ worth of top of the range video and optical equipment?

    We either want to know or we don't! If you're wealthy, have an interest in getting to the bottom of mysteries like these, get out there or hire someone to get out there and capture these phenomena on top of the range gear...what are you waiting for?

    You still sitting there reading this? Come on moneybags...put your money where your mouth is...if i had more than a couple of pennies to rub together, i'd be on a plane over to Denver right now.

  • Spikey#

    Spikey November 10, 2012 12:33:33 PM CET

    Not a bug...already ruled out. Debris being thrown up by winds is an attempt to sound reasonable, but it's clearly not debris either...could the same piece of debris be zipping, zig-zagging, backwards and forwards, looping and diving around, only to 'land' and take off back in the same spot, every day?

    No, it couldn't...the debris comment was to introduce the appearence of a reasonable attempt at trying to see an ordinary explanation of what this is.

    This can only be one of two things..either a class of flying animal previously unknown or catalogued due to it's extreme speed, or it's technological.

    If it's technological it could be manufactured here on Earth or from elsewhere (or else-when, dimensionally speaking), although i doubt it is made here...why would an undisclosed human technology be zipping around the Denver skies with regularity for months on end?

    I don't think it would.

    Which leaves the ET or ED (extra dimension) hypothesis...as to why they would zip around the Denver skies is something we need to ask them!

  • Imnottheone#

    Imnottheone November 10, 2012 12:19:03 AM CET

    This is one of the few really interesting stories as of late. At first one could easily disprove it by saying that the "anonymous" person shot it himself and was just playing around with CGI. But to have the news crew film the same thing with their own camera (which is of obviously better equipment) and have the same thing happen? I'd say this does fit the definition of "ufo". Now whether its from outer space, that's another thing...or it could be just a bug :)

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