Colorado concert staff witness disc-shaped UFO over Red Rocks

Twelve employees reported seeing a large, disc-shaped UFO craft hovering above a Colorado concert venue before disappearing,Fox News reported.

An employee reported the June 5 sighting at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison to the National UFO Reporting Center.

UFO spotted by dozens in Colorado, witnesses talk about the mysterious vanishing of disc-shaped craft

The observers, who said they work for the Morrison, Colorado venue, described a dark metallic disk that appeared north of the amphitheater at around 1 a.m. on June 5, the center reported.

The object appeared to be several hundred feet long and hovered in place for 30 seconds before heading east at about 5-10 mph and vanishing, as reported by USA Today.

“What’s even crazier is that as soon as we all started noticing it and stopped what we were doing to pay attention to it, the craft tipped at an angle and slowly started moving belly-first to the east,” the person reported.

According to the National UFO Reporting Center, the “silent” hovering object was long, about the size of a “three-story office building.” And it had three levels of windows and lights.

The anonymous reporting employee wrote, “One of our coworkers suddenly said to us, ‘Hey, what is that over there? It looks like a spaceship.’”

They all turned their attention to the strange object in the sky, and it suddenly “faded into nothing as soon as it knew it was being watched,” according to the report. That’s when it “simply dissolved into the ether.”

Witness accounts and NASA’s latest findings on UFOs

“A dozen of us saw it. We all kept asking each other, ‘Are you seeing this too?’ It was a resounding, ‘Yes,’ from everyone in the group,” the worker wrote in the post.

The way it appeared to “simply dissolve into the ether” is similar to a potential alien encounter reported last April in Las Vegas when “beings” seemingly vanished.

In September, NASA’s Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Independent Study Team published a 36-page report stating there is no evidence supporting the extraterrestrial origin of UFOs or UAPs.

The report acknowledged that some UAPs remain unexplained, prompting NASA to expand its scientific investigation into these sightings. Additionally, NASA appointed a new director of UAP research, whose identity has not been disclosed.