Tuesday, March 21, 2023


Discover Colorado’s UFO hotspot

By Cheri Sicard
This report from Channel 7 in Denver, Colorado, tells about the UFO Watchtower, a beacon that draws the curious from all over the world. It seems like there is a lot to investigate in Saguache County, allegedly known as Colorado’s UFO hotspot.

You can see every star in the beautiful Colorado night sky here, so even if you don’t see a UFO it’s worth visiting. But star-watching, in and of itself, is not the real draw of this place.

Judy Messoline owns the UFO Watchtower in San Luis Valley. While she’s always had a belief in extraterrestrial life, it wasn’t her forte. She says they started seeing things in the sky… and once you start seeing things you want to see more and more.

“Cigar-shaped, narrow and really long,” Judy describes the closest sighting near UFO Watchtower. “It went zip like that!”

She says a dozen other people saw the same thing.

She also claims there are two large energy vortexes on her property, full of unexplained energy, according to multiple reports from psychics.

Judy says when she first moved to the area more than 20 years ago, UFO stories were all she would hear about from the locals. She remembers saying, “We need a UFO watchtower”—without ever dreaming she would be the one to create it.

She says lots of people have experiences they can’t talk about without feeling judged. They can at the UFO hotspot Watchtower.

The area has more UFO sightings per capita than anywhere else in the world, and they date back to the 1500s! Judy has personally seen 29 UFOs in her time here.

Her ultimate wish is for them to land so she can sit and have a chat with the aliens.

RVs are allowed to camp at the UFO Watchtower (no hookups). For details, visit the UFO Watchtower website.

(You might also enjoy: RVing Nevada’s Wacky Extraterrestrial Highway.)



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23 days ago

My aunt was a plain living, level headed, no-nonsense country woman who had an experience witnessed by at least one of her children while there were tending the garden.
She said there was a hovering light that would move around. She had the water hose so she shot water at it and it would move away from the spray in whatever direction she shot. Said she had the strangest “feeling” while it was hovering and eventually it left without a trace.

It is not something she ever talked about that day. She told her sister (my mom) about it because it frightened her so and only years later was it conveyed to me.

Tommy Molnar
1 month ago

I just watched a program about UFO sightings in Alaska and THEY claim THEY have the most UFO sightings. Hmmmm.

Bob M,there are lots of cell phone pics and videos. You are not watching the right programs. 🙂

1 month ago

This is pretty cool for the people who make UFO’s their hobby. A place for them to swap stories and share experiences. Pretty neat little business adventure also.

Bob M
1 month ago

With the amount of cameras on cell phones. We don’t see pictures of UFO’s.

Cheri Sicard
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob M

I see phone photos and videos ALL the time. You are not looking in the right places. You don’t even have to look in UFO groups (in fact, the ones NOT in UFO groups can often be more compelling). For instance, the community group for expats in Rosarito, Baja Mexico (about an hour and a half from where I live) semi-regularly gets a rash of them by more than one person. So multiple witnesses around town. What the UFOs actually are is anyone’s guess. But it’s happened there a few times over the last 3 or so years.

Last edited 1 month ago by Cheri Sicard

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