There seems to be some confusion regarding the "UFO's" over Breckenridge. The objects over Breckenridge were seen in the morning of October 3rd. The
objects I recorded over Colorado Springs in the afternoon of October 3rd I assert are the same objects. They were not stationary but moving very
slowly, very high up.
The objects I recorded are definitely some type of large balloons. My initial guess was Google loons. Google launched some loons on September 19th out
of California but this sighting occurred one week later. So it was clearly not the September 19th loon test.
Loons reach up to 65,000 feet expanding to 65 feet wide and 45 feet tall. This description would fit the objects I recorded. They were large and well
above the clouds.
My best assessment to date is that these objects are indeed "loon" type balloons. I recorded these objects for at least 2.5 hours. They were moving
very slowly but were indeed moving. However, I could not track them on the flight radar web site at the time of the sighting. The fact that these
objects were not on radar and the fact that there "happened" to be fighter jets flying at the same time the objects were in the sky might indicate
that the military didn't know what the objects were either and dispatched fighter jets to investigate. Google registers all their loons w/ the FAA.
The Breckenridge objects are all decribed as moving fast at times, and at others not moving at all, there is even a very short clip taken by a
resident. The video below is very representative of the three seen at Breckenridge, also three objects and taken at area 51 a long time ago.
Hey, I was at a meeting in the San Luis Valley area of Colorado that day, and they were in that area too. I didn't see them, but people were talking
about it, taking pictures This is a good report, that talks about their strange movements:
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