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Photos: Ten Colorado Counties That See the Most UFOs Per Capita

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Earlier this year, we shared information about declassified UFO sightings in Colorado as shared by TheBlackVault.com.

But which Coloradans are most likely to see such unidentified flying objects?

That's among the latest questions the folks at FindTheBest.com set out to answer.

The site has come up with a list of the ten Colorado counties with the most UFO sightings per 100,000 people — and while Boulder County made the list, it lands far from the top.

Count down the photo-illustrated roster below, followed by a clickable heat map offering much more info about the number of UFOs spotted in every Colorado county. For more information about Denver and beyond, click here.

Number 10:
Montezuma County, CO
31.36 sightings per 100K

Number 9:
Las Animas County, CO
33.03 sightings per 100K

Number 8:
Boulder County, CO
35.87 sightings per 100K

Number 7:
Archuleta County, CO
41.29 sightings per 100K

Number 6:
Moffat County, CO
44.62 sightings per 100K

Number 5:
Chaffee County, CO
71.97 sightings per 100K

Number 4:
Huerfano County, CO
75.47 sightings per 100K

Number 3: 
Alamosa County, CO
87.87 sightings per 100K

Number 2:
Park County, CO
92.99 sightings per 100K

Number 1:
Saguache County, CO
96.77 sightings per 100K

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