UFOs Spotted During Broadcast Of Denver Vs Kansas City NFL Game
**Update - Case Solved**
Stand down skywatchers, this case has been solved. Take a look at the flag atop the building to the left of the foreground. See how it flutters around? Well, that my friends is a clear indication that this is time lapse footage, which when played forward could quite easily explain the erratic and swift movements of the objects in the sky.
Sunday night's NFL game between the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs was a big deal, it raked in over 20 million viewers, two of which might have been UFOs according to one woman who was watching the game from the comfort of her own home. Caught live on TV, these two bright and erratic objects can be seen buzzing across the Denver skyline during a brief cutaway from the action on the pitch.
The witness told MUFON:
"My husband and I were watching Sunday Night Football last night and right before half-time I noticed strange lights doing odd maneuvers in the broadcast cutaway shot of downtown Denver.
As my husband is a total nonbeliever I never said a thing about it, but as we record every Broncos game I have proof of what I saw."
There's no doubting that the video footage shows the objects in the Denver sky, but whether or not they are real is another question. Having been submitted to MUFON, we can expect an answer on that very soon, but if the video has not been doctored, what could the objects be? Their movement is too swift and their change in direction too sharp to possibly be normal aircraft or remote controlled objects, but could they be spotlights interacting with the nighttime clouds?