Cops called to reports of ‘8ft aliens with shiny eyes’ after mysterious blue UFO is filmed falling from sky | The Sun

A FAMILY frantically called the police after claiming towering aliens "with shiny eyes" had crash landed in their back garden – shortly after a mysterious blue UFO was filmed falling from the sky.

The terrified brood contacted authorities saying they had witnessed 8ft extraterrestrials wandering around outside their home.

Although most reports of alleged alien activity are laughed off by cops, one officer revealed he had also seen something strange.

He was standing on the roadside in Las Vegas, Nevada, when he noticed a bright object streaking overhead in the night sky.

The cop's bodycam incredibly captured the moment the UFO soared above him in the darkness on May 1 at around 11.50pm.

Several people across eastern California, Nevada and Utah also reported seeing the flash, according to the American Meteor Society.


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But it nosedived behind a row of houses and seemingly disappeared, leaving the officer believing it was simply a shooting star.

Just 40 minutes later, Las Vegas Metro police then received a call from a family claiming "non-human" beings were in their back garden.

The panicked caller explained it appeared as though two spooky figures were roaming around, 8NewsNow reports.

They said: "There’s like an 8-foot person beside it and another one is inside it and it has big eyes and it’s looking at us — and it’s still there.

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"In my backyard. I swear to God this is not a joke, this is actually — we’re terrified. They’re very large. They’re like 8 foot, 9 feet, 10 foot.

"They look like aliens to us. Big eyes. They have big eyes. Like, I can’t explain it, and big mouth," they told the dispatcher.

"They have shiny eyes and they are not human. They are 100% not human."

Two officers were sent to the scene to investigate, with one admitting he "had butterflies" amid the dual reports of a UFO.

Several other family members confirmed the bizarre sighting to police and then showed the cops the alleged crash site.

One witness continued to add to the description of the back garden invaders, saying they looked like "big creatures".

An officer then tells the family: "I’m not going to BS you, guys.

"One of my partners said they saw something fall out of the sky, too. So that’s why I’m kind of curious."

Bodycam footage of the garden and its contents was redacted by Metro police due to privacy laws.

But cops were satisfied the family was not staging an elaborate UFO hoax as they were visibly shaken by the experience, with one commenting that they seemed "legit scared."

One officer then left the property to sweep the area and find out if any other locals had seen the puzzling object flying overhead.

He asks one motorist: "This might sound like a really dumb question, but did you guys see anything fall out of the sky?

"I would normally discount it as probably not real but — however seeing as one of my partners said they saw it too, the only reason I’m investigating it further."

But despite their best efforts, the Metro Police's investigation was unable to determine what had occurred.

One cop joked as he left the property: "Hey, if those 9-foot beings come back, don’t call us alright?"

The case was closed after several days, although it still remains unconfirmed if the two incidents were connected.

The Las Vegas family said officials had returned to their home multiple times to continue their probe.

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Representatives from the nearby Air Force bases Creech and Nellis both denied any involvement in the incident.

A spokesperson for the Pentagon did not immediately respond to questions regarding the mind-boggling event.

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