Metallic UFO Fleet Spotted Passing At 30,000 Feet Over Rocky Mountains Area In Superior, Colorado — Aliens Conducting Aerial Reconnaissance? [Photo]

A witness in Boulder County in Colorado, has reported sighting and snapping photographs of a mysterious fleet of metallic UFOs flying over the Rocky Mountains area of the state at over 30,000 feet.The witness was certain that what he sighted and photographed was a fleet of metallic flying crafts moving overhead. But he was unable to identify the objects because they were unlike any man-made crafts known to him.

UFO hunters have hailed the photographs taken by the witness as among the clearest UFO photos in recent times, showing the unusual structures of the alien UFOs as they flew over the Rockies in Colorado.

“These are the clearest UFO photos in a long while showing the metallic detail and unusual shape of the craft.”


According to the witness, in a fascinating testimony filed with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) as Case 79398, the sighting occurred on September 25, 2016, and a report was filed with MUFON later on the same day.

The witness was indoors on a bright, sunny and cloudless day with radiant blue skies, when his wife called him outside to witness strange objects high in the sky.

He came out of the house, looked up, and saw a group of “five metallic-like objects” sailing in the sky at an altitude he estimated to be above normal airline traffic.

“She called me out to witness five metallic-like objects slowly traveling through the sky — very high, at a height above the current airline traffic — I would say more than 30,000 feet,” the unnamed witness told MUFON, according to Open Minds TV.


The objects flashed brightly in the sky, and he guessed the brightness was the glint of metallic surface exposed to and reflecting sunlight.

“The objects seemed to fluctuate in brightness, potentially from changing position with respect to the sun,” the witness reported.

The couple watched awestruck for several minutes as the fleet of crafts passed slowly overhead in a northwesterly direction

According to the witness, weather reports indicated that prevailing wind at the time was 2 mph easterly, which meant that the objects were flying against the wind. This suggests they were not balloons drifting passively in the wind but likely powered crafts.


“They moved in a northwesterly direction,” the witness reported to MUFON. “Weather report at the time said that the prevailing wind in the area was easterly at 2 mph.”

The crafts were not flying in a close formation, the witness recalled. They were dispersed over a wide area. He was able to snap multiple photographs of the flying crafts with his Nikon SLR at a maximum zoom of 135.

“The objects were fairly spread apart, definitely not a tight formation,” he explained. “After about eight minutes, three of the objects disappeared, and two carried on. I took several pictures with my Nikon SLR, at my maximum zoom (135).”

MUFON said that its state director Dough Wilson was investigating the witness’ report.

The remarkable sighting sparked lively discussion on Scott C. Waring’s UFO Sightings Daily blog.

According to Waring, alien hunters know that a massive underground UFO base is located in the Rocky Mountains area of Colorado.

Alien UFO fleet over mountains
Fleet of five metallic UFOs fly over the Rockies in Colorado [Image by 3000ad/Shutterstock]

“The Rockies are known for UFOs exiting and entering and have even been recorded by police officers just this year,” the UFO hunter wrote. “These are the clearest UFO photos in a long while and it shows the metallic detail and unusual shape of the craft.”

Most UFOs seen the area in the past were large white orbs, according to Waring. But he suggested that the novel structures visible in the new photos (see above) could be due to the UFOs flying “decloaked.”

The aliens manning the crafts may have deactivated their UFO cloaking mechanism because they were flying at considerable altitude and had probably expected to escape attention, some enthusiasts speculated.

“Normally the UFOs seen over the mountains are large white orbs, but this could be the fully uncloaked vessel,” Waring wrote. “Notice that some areas of it have white glowing circles. This could be the same craft.”

Enthusiasts speculated about the mission of the UFOs high above Superior in Colorado and concluded that they were probably reconnaissance or scout alien crafts mapping the terrain and scanning for underground installations.

Colorado is the site of some of the largest underground facilities of the U.S. military, including an alleged facility located beneath the Denver Airport. A massive underground installation located deep in the Cheyenne Mountains is the famous Cheyenne Mountain Complex near Colorado Springs. The complex is built on five acres under 2,000 feet of granite.

Cheyenne Mountain Complex
Cheyenne Mountain Complex: Underground bunker command center [Image by USAF/Wikimedia/Public Domain]

An enthusiast on UFO Sightings Daily claimed to have had a similar sighting experience in Western Colorado. A second UFO fan also claimed to have sighted UFOs over Arvada, Colorado, at about 10:40 p.m. while going home from work in September.

Blast door at Cheyenne Mountain Complex
A 25 ton blast door leads to NORAD command bunker at the Cheyenne Mountain Complex [Image by USAF/Wikimedia/Public Domain]

“It was a sphere of orange lights and one particular like an orange search light,” the witness said. “The beacon of light hovered over a park I drive past on the way home. The UFO noticed my headlights and seemed to stop for only a couple of seconds. I drove away as fast as I could. It scared me.”

Yet another enthusiast claimed that the Colorado UFOs were already known to the USAF.

“Heard so much about them over the years, even saw a video of some USAF fighter jets giving them close flybys to try to scare them away,” the UFO fan commented.

Enthusiasts consider the Rocky Mountains area of Colorado and the entire state a UFO hotspot. The Huffington Post’s Lee Speigel reported that UFO sightings have been very common in the San Luis Valley area since the 1960s.

An enthusiast, Judy Messoline, built a UFO watchtower for the local community of UFO enthusiasts.

“We see objects that we cannot explain — lights that go real fast and stop, or they’ll go in one direction and suddenly go in the opposite direction without stopping,” Messoline said.

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