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MORE TO THE STORY - Mysterious Swarms of Giant Drones Flying over Colorado and Nebraska; Authorities Claim to be Unsure Why

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By now, we've heard a number of reports about a strange phenomenon occurring in the skies above Colorado and Nebraska. According to reports, every evening, a fleet of large drones appears in the night sky to perform some type of aerial display while bewildering thousands of onlookers.

The presence of these drones (6 feet in diameter, a piece) may not strike the average person as very odd. (At most, the general public might feel a bit annoyed, but not very worried about the phenomenon.) However, the strange part about these nighttime displays is the fact that authorities such as the police and even the military claim to know little to nothing about the drones.

This is a strange report and situation particularly because it is not very difficult to track the origin of these drones to learn their purpose. According to research, federal and military authorities have various technology at their disposal that allows them to determine the origin of various transmission devices such as smartphones. It would not be that difficult for such resourceful authorities to take over a drone, land it, and then determine what its purpose is. (Not to mention the fact that any average citizen could learn how to do the exact same thing from a rudimentary internet search.)

If nothing else, your average resourceful authorities could easily watch to see where the drones land, travel to that location and ask questions. The bottom line is that it is not difficult to get these answers and yet federal, local, and even military authorities seem to be acting as though they are helpless to learn the truth. This presents the greatest mystery of all.

This case of mystery drones seems to reveal a significant level of apathy among presiding authorities. Yet aside from the mystery, there may actually be a reasonable explanation for the situation.

It may be that these establishments--local, state, and military authorities--actually do have answers about the nature and origin of these drones. They may be part of some type of official mapping process--perhaps tracking of certain individuals secondary to GPS satellite surveillance technology. Alternatively, these repeated flights could represent some attempt by unknown interests to mimic some type of UFO activity.

In the last few decades, there have been numerous reports and footage of what appear to be fleets of UFOs passing over major metropolitan areas. (This has occurred both in the U.S. and abroad.) What if these drones over Colorado and Nevada are part of a coordinated effort by authorities to mimic these fleets of unidentifiable craft? If this were the case, the flights could be intended to test the reaction of citizens in these areas.

The drones could be intended to either to gauge public reaction or possibly to create plausible deniability should actual foreign UFOs show up in the night sky. In other words, if authentic non-terrestrial UFOs do show up en mass over various cities in the U.S., the presence of these mass drone sightings could be used as an excuse for authorities to claim the UFOs were simply more drones.

These are just of few of many possibilities behind these strange events and responses/excuses from authoritative establishments. We can further speculate as to the true nature of this phenomenon, but as always, the truth will eventually make itself know.

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Source: Business Insider

Published: December 30, 2019

By: Irene Jiang 

Mysterious swarms of giant drones have dotted the Colorado and Nebraska night sky since last week, The Denver Post first reported.

The drones appear and disappear at roughly the same time each night in swarms of at least 17 and up to 30. The drones appear to measure about 6 feet across.

Local and federal government authorities say they have no idea where the drones are coming from. They do not appear to be malicious, however, and a drone expert says they appear to be searching or mapping out the area.

Something strange has been happening in Eastern Colorado at night.

Since the week of Christmas, giant drones measuring up to 6 feet across have been spotted in the sky at night, sometimes in swarms as large as 30. The Denver Post first reported these mysterious drone sightings in northeastern Colorado on December 23. Since then, sightings have spanned six counties across Colorado and Nebraska.

Phillips County Sheriff Thomas Elliott had no answer for where the drones came from or whom they belonged to but did have a rough grasp on their flying habits. "They've been doing a grid search, a grid pattern," he told The Denver Post. "They fly one square and then they fly another square."

The drones, estimated to have 6-foot wingspans, have been flying over Phillips and Yuma counties every night for about the past week, Elliott said Monday. Each night, at least 17 drones appear at about 7 o'clock and disappear at about 10 o'clock, staying 200 to 300 feet in the air.

The Air Force, Drug Enforcement Administration, and Army all say the drones
do not belong to them. Óscar J.Barroso/Europa Press via Getty Images

The Federal Aviation Administration told The Post it had no idea where the drones came from. Representatives for the Air Force, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the US Army Forces Command all said the drones did not belong to their organizations.

As the airspace where the drones are flying is relatively ungoverned, there are no regulations requiring the drone operators to identify themselves. Elliott, however, said the drones did not appear to be malicious.

The Post spoke with the commercial photographer and drone pilot Vic Moss, who said the drones appeared to be searching or mapping out the area. Moss said drones often flew at night for crop-examination purposes. The drones might also belong to a local Colorado drone company, which could be testing new technologies.

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