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The Mystery of Disappearing Swarms in the US Midwest; Attack of the Drones

A mysterious Disappearing of Swarms might be reiterated to the Drones attacks observed by the local community. On Newyear’s eve 2020, Placido Montoya, 35, a plumber from Fort Morgan, Colorado, was driving to work. Ahead of him, he noticed blinking lights in the sky. He had heard rumors of mysterious and enigmatic  whispers in the local community, but he was himself a manifesto of the same this time around. That night, Vince Lovinella, deputy sheriff at Morgan County Sheriff’s office received more than 30 calls from the local news reporters about the Drones.

He confesses hitting 120mph before losing track of them. “They were creepy, really creepy,” Placido Montoya says. “I don’t know how to describe it, but it’s almost as if they were watching us.”

Meanwhile, another concern was circulating the neighbors as Nebraska and Kansas were also dealing with their mysterious Drones. From December 2019 to January 2020, residents of the three states were perturbed by multiple sightings of numerous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) with wingspans of up to 6ft flying between 6 pm and 10 pm in grid formations. The disappearance of Swarms had become a talking point in the local media. Witnesses were alarmed by the size and the speed of the vehicles. As quickly as the drones came, they disappeared. A year has passed and still, we are not able to figure out who was running these drone attacks.

Did the mystery drones really exist and, if so, why can’t anyone find out who was behind them? Is a new type of conspiracy theory being born?  These were the questions raised by the local community and the experts and still, answers are being found out to no prowess. 

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