Published: 9:57 AM 6/18/2014
Denver, Colorado - 06-05-14
Shape: Cigar - Duration: 12 minutes
During the mid-evening of Thursday, June 5th, 2014, I, two other adults and three children simultaneously witnessed the following event in the night sky.
Initially, one child alerted all of us to something strange moving through the sky. It was definitely quite visible, but hardly discernable! Shortly, I called the Denver Police Dept. and inquired if anyone had informed them of something in the sky, to which they said no.
While speaking with the DPD dispatch, and having had my phone speaker on from the beginning, she could hear me and all other witnesses excitedly speaking about first one more, then another, only this one was sort of beneath the one on the top, but they were in sync with each other.
DPD transferred me to the FAA, who also reported no reports of activities in the sky inconsistent with normalcy. For the next 10 to 12 minutes all six of us witnessed in awe a beautiful event, ultimately involving not less than six vehicles.
They were all the same in physical appearances. They moved horizontal and rather slow, by other accounts of vehicles. They were steady. They were red but not fiery red. All of them were like this. They were definitely well into the sky.
When, from our view point, they all reached what seemed to be the same juncture, this huge white light appeared in the front of each craft. Then it went out and more white lights appeared, only seemingly from within the red tail.
We noticed that a plane was near-by, prompting one child to remark that it was going to collide with this “thing!” And it sure did look like this was likely from down on the ground, but nothing happened. Shortly thereafter, another earthly vehicle went by, both vehicles heading northward, opposite the direction of the UFOS.
Since we’re all were able to see the earthly vehicles, it made since to me that the UFOs had to have been relatively close, and the passing of the earthly vehicles provided me with the only reliable means of discerning how far away and how far up they were (as there was no horizon, no sky line... just sky!