At the stroke of midnight On New Year's Eve 2013, my girlfriend and I were just watching the fireworks from our East-facing, 2nd story balcony overlooking downtown Denver. This was the second display of fireworks in the same location that night. The first display took place at 9pm and we also watched those fireworks.
However, shortly into the the grand finale during the midnight celebration, I noticed several (6 to 10) glowing orange orbs ascending into the sky due east. They seemed to be rising in sequence then slightly outstretched in a northern direction. Although amateur fireworks were in the sky at the same time, these lights were distinctly rising and floating for several minutes.
This was the THIRD TIME we have witnessed the SAME UFO lights.
1. The FIRST episode was filed, reported and investigated by MUFON and determined to be an official UFO sighting. That incident occurred on Saturday, July 6, 2012 at 10:24 pm in the opposite sky (west) at the same location (visible from our west-facing balcony as well as the 5th story rooftop) and lasted several minutes with the exact same lights and phenomena.
A friend in Steamboat Springs observed and witnessed the EXACT same lights in Steamboat Springs, Colorado on the same night with her children present as well as one of their friends. She captured a photo (see attached).
2. The SECOND episode was not filed or reported by was also witnessed by another neighbor off the the EAST balcony at 10:24 pm (same time as FIRST episode) on February 24, 2013 (right after the Oscar Awards). 10 to 15 glowing, red-ornate orbs floated and hovered and ascended into the east sky near downtown Denver. Video footage captured.
3. The THIRD (and most recent) episode occurred at exactly 12:01 am January 1, 2014 in nearly the same exact location the the previous episode on February 24, 2013. Video footage captured. The only difference was that these lights were traveling in very slight North pattern vs the 2nd incident which were traveling in a South to SW direction.
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