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A couple told how they saw three unusual UFOs in the sky for 15 to 20 minutes while travelling to Albuquerque, in New Mexico, in the US.
They claimed the following morning that 15 unmarked black helicopters were seen flying towards the location of the earlier UFO sighting.
Alien conspiracy theorists claim unmarked black helicopters are often seen in the vicinity of UFO sightings.
The theory being that the choppers belong to the so-called “Men in Balck” – an alleged secretive government department whose staff try to hush up evidence of aliens visiting earth to avoid the public finding out.
The couple detailed their claims in a report to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).
US-based MUFON is the world’s biggest organisation dedicated to UFO and alien research and it keeps a database of alleged sightings.
In their report to MUFON, the unnamed woman said: “My husband is a long-haul truck driver and we were on a run from Washington State to Albuquerque.”
She said they left the town of Beatty, Nevada, heading south on SR 95.
Her report said: “I spotted three glowing objects to the west over the hills. My husband pulled over and we observed the objects just hover above the hills.
“They stayed in one spot for about 15 to 20 minutes.
“My husband thought they were military flairs. I say that they are UFOs.
“We took pictures and watched them just hover there the whole time.
“Then they disappeared without any noise at all.”
She said the odd events continued the next day.
She added: “The next day outside Boulder City, Nevada at about 6am we videoed 15 black Helicopters flying in the direction of where we saw the objects the night before.”
MUFON is investigating the allegations.
Scott Brando is a forensic UFO investigator who runs hoax-busting website ufoofinterest.org.
He believes the helicopters were just a coincidental occurance, and were nothing to do with any UFOs.
He also said that the three so-called UFOs were actually just contrails left by planes which were lit up by sunlight.