Orange Ball Of Lights Photographed Over Lafayette, Colorado

Leroy van der Vegt and his son Nick captured several photographs of unidentified orange/red balls of light in a triangle formation as the hovered over Lafayette, Colorado on last Monday, March 21st.

The ORBLs were seen by other residents of the Lafayette area and have gotten some national news coverage.

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4 thoughts on “Orange Ball Of Lights Photographed Over Lafayette, Colorado

  1. Typical of mainstream media to just play the extraterrestrial idea off as Hollywood fiction, not something to really take seriously. The idea is just “wacky.” Nobody asked the skeptical guy, “Now, just why do you consider the idea wacky?”

  2. I am still not sure what I actually saw but I thought I might share. Back in the summer of 1997, I was on my way to work while it was still quite dark outside. I was coming from Arvada and I had to drive to Longmont so I usually left real early so I could be at work by 6:00 am. That morning I took the side streets and was headed north on MacAslin street. I had just turned the corner and was about to head down hill on MacAslin into Louisville when I witnessed a very large fiery orange ball pass directly in front of my car at about 500 feet and slow enough as though it were a plane coming in for a landing. After it passed in front of me I stopped the car and watched it as it continued to slowly fly in a straight line due east. I watched it for about 1 minute then it just vanished. I am wondering if anyone has experienced seeing the same exact sighting.

    1. Why did you not shoot it down! It was not a UFO, but an atmospheric beast!!! Begin training a militia and next time you see one, be prepared to use your militia and strike! Huzzah I am Winston, John Winston.

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