Red Rocks employees report seeing UFO in night sky above famed Colorado concert venue

Red Rocks employees report seeing UFO in night sky above famed Colorado concert venue 

A dozen employees at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre claim they saw a strange object light up the Colorado sky earlier this month, according to the National UFO Reporting Center. The observers, who said they work for the Morrison, Colorado venue, described a dark metallic disk that appeared north of the amphitheater at around 1 a.m. on June 5, the center reported. The object appeared to be several hundred feet long and hovered in place for 30 seconds before heading east at about 5-10 mph and vanishing, according to a report the center posted. "One of our coworkers suddenly said to us, 'Hey, what is that over there? It looks like a spaceship.' We all turned to look in the direction he was pointing and sure enough, there was a UFO hovering," an observer in the report said. "We all kept asking each other, 'Are you seeing this too?'"

Craft appeared to have 'three levels of windows'

The amphitheater employee said the "large disc-shaped craft" appeared to have "three levels of windows," according to the report. The worker said it seemed as large as a three story office building. While it remained completely silent throughout its appearance, the employee claimed that the object tipped at an angle and slowly headed east right when the group dedicated their full attention to it."Then it started fading away until it was invisible. It didn't shoot off into the distance. It simply dissolved into the ether. We all watched it vanish," the worker said in the report. "This was not a plane. It wasn't a satellite, a drone, or anything like that. There was no mistaking what this was." 

What states have the most UFO sightings?

There have been 3320 UFO sightings reported in Colorado, according to the center. The Centennial State ranks as the 12th U.S. state with the most UFO reports and in 2023 was the 21st most populated. Colorado sits behind Oregon with 3,587 sightings reported.

California - 16,394 (1st)
Florida - 8,380 (3rd)
Washington - 7,281 (13th)
Texas - 6,262 (2nd)
New York - 5,954 (4th)
Pennsylvania - 5,078 (5th)
Arizona - 5,056 (14th)
Ohio - 4,494 (7th)
Illinois - 4,321 (6th)
North Carolina - 3,715 (9th)


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