Strange things happen in the world every single day. Do you believe there are monsters in Colorado? Whether you do or not, it is always fun to debate whether or not Sasquatch was actually spotted or if it was some guy in a gorilla costume that he bought from Amazon.

Personally, I do not believe in a ton of folklore or myths, but I have a ton of friends who do. Last October, an apparent bigfoot sighting in Colorado went viral across the globe.

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Some believe in conspiracy theories about Denver International Airport, some believe that there have been mythical creatures in Colorado since the 1800s, and some believe that any of these theories are completely insane.

Let's take a look at some of Colorado's most notorious monsters and creatures.

7 Colorado Mythical Monsters That Will Freak You Out

Some Coloradans believe that these monsters exist. Others believe that these monsters are ridiculous to believe in.

Gallery Credit: Tanner Chambers

The Scariest Creature

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I would have to say the strangest creature on the list is the slide rock bolter. I mean, if they were real, how has nobody gathered any evidence? Based on the pictures we have seen online, these monsters look huge.

Plus, they anchor themselves to mountains. Are you telling me they are hard to see?

The Strangest Theory

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I have to admit I have spent a little too much time watching conspiracy theories about the lizard people that live underneath Denver International Airport. Are you telling me that lizard people are planning on taking over the world?

I will say this. When you are watching YouTube videos about these conspiracy theories, be careful. We don't want you to get sucked in.

10 of Colorado's Most Popular Myths and Legends

If you are on the hunt for myths and legends the good news is you will not have to go far to find them in Colorado. All four corners of the state are filled with their own local legends and eerie encounters.

National UFO Reporting Center Photos From Colorado 2022

The following images are courtesy of the National UFO Reporting Center. All images come from locations around Colorado for the calendar year 2022. The one exception would be a photo dated December 30, 2021.

Not all sightings reported to the National UFO Reporting Center include photos. Most do not. Of the photos shared, many are of low quality. The images shared here represent some of the better captures shared on the site.

Gallery Credit: Waylon Jordan

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