In this short video from KDVR in Denver, CO, an object that is being dubbed a “UFO” is seen zipping around in a strange and unpredictable fashion. A fashion totally unlike traditional air traffic. What could it be? Read on to find out.
From the article linked above, the folks at KDVR decided to get to the bottom of this by talking to Steve Cowell, “a former commercial pilot, instructor and FAA accident prevention counselor”. The article states:
“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.”
So the aviation expert is, apparently, an entomologist and a video analyst? I’m not saying I’m either of these things, but I’ve seen bugs on film before. This isn’t rocket science people. This is film of bugs. The metallic glint from the wings, the flight pattern, the frequency that they’re present in the video…all of it can be explained by bugs! And worse, when they show where the video was taken, it’s a freshly-tilled farm field!
“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.”
So what you’re saying is…you set up a camera at the warmest time of the day, in a farm field, focused on infinity, and you caught bugs on film too?? NO way! Even the people commenting on the article are debunking this. The problem? It’s made national news!
This is the problem with the paranormal. Nobody can ever take it seriously, because most of the “evidence” is just background noise. Background noise that’s hard to filter, because the general public is gullible. Sorry Denver, you’ve got bugs.