Notes from Christopher O’Brien about strange occurrences in Colorado’s San Luis Valley
Colorado's San Luis Valley
The San Luis Valley (in south-central Colorado and north-central New Mexico) is widely considered to be one of America’s most intriguing and mysterious geographic regions and an undeniable UFO hot spot.
The greater San Luis Valley has been quietly experiencing a resumption of heightened levels of anomalous-appearing activity. Discs, huge flying barges, fireballs and red lights “bouncing off the ground” have all been reported this past fall and winter.
Are San Luis Valley residents just imagining these bizarre objects and entities? Are the many cows that have been found “mutilated” in this remote area simply exhibiting the effects of unusual scavenger action?
Not well-known to the outside world, this roughly 150-mile-by-45-mile-wide wishbone-shaped area, running north to south, is considered to be the world’s largest alpine valley and may be one of America’s most anomalous regions.
Seven-hundred-feet tall and covering over 54 square miles, the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado are one of the truly bizarre sights of the American West.
Several valley families report to the local sheriff a 200-yard-long saucer hovering near Antonito, with several helicopters circling nearby.