Transcript for Fleets of drones reported for days in the skies over Colorado and Nebraska
Swarms of drones and nobody knows where they're coming from. ABC's Clayton Sandell is on the story. Reporter: This morning the truth is out there but elusive. A fleet of mysterious drones seen crisscrossing the night sky above Colorado and Nebraska but nobody seems to know or will admit who they belong to. I have a gentleman on the line saying he saw what he believed was an object land in one of the feels out there. Reporter: One man thought he saw a drone go down in flames but police found no wreckage. We went late night drone hunting spotting what sure looked like drones. And the other one we were watching a second ago was flying that direction and then in an instant all of the lights went off and it vanished. Reporter: The sightings now being investigated by an alphabet soup of state and federal agencies. Officials say the drones aren't breaking the law but there are worries about privacy and drone collisions like this one that recently damaged an L.A. News chopper. They're there every night and so they're obviously looking for something. Reporter: In small towns like sterling, Colorado, drones are topic number one. Just tell us, yeah, what are you doing? Let's solve the mystery. Reporter: Kimberly tells us she saw five drones on her drive home from work. People said it's the north I've heard it's some alien invasion, drug enforcement. I have no idea. Reporter: Some people think airplanes are being mistaken for drones. Others say they might be checking oil fields for leaks and a few are poking fun. Donning tin foil cowboy hats and arming themselves against an invasion. All jokes aside local sheriffs are telling people it's illegal to shoot a drone out of the sky so please don't do it. The military says the drones are not theirs and on Monday there's a big meeting between local, state and federal officials to try and solve this mystery. Dan. Isn't weed legal in Colorado? Could that be what -- I think it's aliens. Aliens, all right, yeah, sorry, Colorado. Love you. Coming up on "Gma" the
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