In Denver, Colorado, a man who wants to remain anonymous captured on video another UFO mystery spotted in the sky. After watching the footage of the strange unidentified flying object, media and aviation experts were left perplexed.
According to the man who took the video, the extraordinary flying objects appear at least a couple of days a week at around 12 noon or 1 p.m. "You're going to see it come in from the top and does a loopy loop," the man described the flying object on his footage. The bizarre part? The objects were flying too quickly to be seen with the naked eye. However, if the video was played in slow motion and frame by frame, the image becomes somewhat clear.
To ensure the video was legitimate, the Denver TV station KDVR sent out their own photographer to capture images of the UFO with the use of his own camera. KDVR-TV talked to aviation expert Steve Cowell, a former commercial pilot, instructor and FAA Accident Prevention Counselor. "It's very strange," Cowell said for he did not even have any logical explanation for the images captured on the video.
"That is not an airplane. That is not a helicopter, those are not birds. I can't identify it," Cowell declared. Also, Cowell confirmed that the objects are not insects and he is unaware of any aircraft that has the capability to fly that fast. "Perhaps there's some sort of debris that is being raised up by some of the atmospheric winds," Cowell suggested.
However, the spotted object still remains a mystery. In Cowell's professional opinion, he stated: "As it fits the definition, it's an unidentified flying object." The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) tracks all of the air traffic happening in Colorado and across the United States. The FAA released a statement saying: "We've checked with air traffic control and no one has had any reports of the activity described." The agency also claimed that no employees monitored anything unusual either visually or on radar displays.
Check out the video below for the UFO sighting over Denver, Colorado.