|Occurred : 11/28/2014 19:50 (Entered as : 11282014 19:50)
Reported: 11/29/2014 12:53:46 AM 00:53
Location: Arvada, CO
|Orange "orb" up in Lookout Mountain in Golden.
My mother and I were on our daily drive to go visit my grandma, at the Arvada Cemetery. As we were paying a visit to wish grandma a Happy Thanksgiving, we happen to notice a light that was not a regular part of the hillside. It was seeming to float above the towers up on Lookout Mt. in Golden.
We watched the light,which was a orange amber colored oval shape light, dancing above the towers. It moved and got lower to the horizon and shifted to the right. And began to station itself above the third tower.
This was not the only thing this orb did, it grew and shrank in size, and would turn off like a light. And reappear again. It would vanish and reappear in the same spot. After viewing it 20 minutes, it was gone! Like it just vanished in thin air!
I also went home, and got on the bike to see if I could investigate further. I brought my highest viewing binos with me. And to no avail, was not able to find the light that was over the towers on Lookout Mt.
I am trained and UFO investigator, since 2000. I have many hours of field work. And keep logs of what I see each year, and yearly on since today! I have been seeing lots of these orange orbs here CO, and they seem to be apart of the night skies year after year! But this orb was special to have seen. It was the longest I have seen stay in one spot and disappear in thin air!
The temp outside was a 55 degrees and the moon was above the mountain as well. Also, there was a few air traffic that flew above the orb, and that was when it turned off and then came back again after the plane had passed. Which was very interesting to witness.
My mom and I were so amazed, we knew it was not something of our known knowledge. So, we both said, "UFO!" Couldn't identify it, and therefore was unknown to us. Keep on looking Coloradans.. The skies keep getting more interesting over the years here! Nights are fun to catch these orbs up in the foothills here in the Metro area. Keep your eyes to the skies!