A report of multiple slow and strange-moving orange lights over Texas been submitted to me by the witness, Heather Casanova. I am wondering if Heather may have seen Chinese lanterns (as they are orange circular lights that will eventually dim out), or fireworks, however the photo captured does not (on the surface) appear to tell that story:
Myself and a friend were sitting on my back porch when suddenly, a dimish orange/redish light appeared over/behind my neighbors home on my right. We watched as it slowly got closer. It was moving pretty slowly. As it slowly glided over my back yard, I assumed it was some type of drone because of how low and slow it was moving. I even waved at it thinking it may have had a camera. It crossed over my back yard, low enough to hit with a baseball. Once it got a little passed the left side of my yard, it seemed to spontaneously combust with no smoke, dust, or sound. Just suddenly gone. IMMEDIATELY once that one disappeared, another one appeared exactly at the starting point of the first one. It was also slowly moving and low. Once it passed over, it made it just a little bit further to the right then also just disappeared into a thin line of light. Gone. ANNNDDDD... just as soon as that one disappeared, one more appeared, again, same starting point, but this one did not make it over my yard. I saw it, it slowly moved towards us, but didn't make it very far and did the same "disappearing act" as the first two. We know noone will likely believe us due to how crazy this sounds. But we were able to get a couple pictures.
A still of a UFO video has been sent to me by the witness (who would like to be known as "Riverboat"). Because it's not clear if the witness saw this object with their naked eye, it's hard to rule out "bug" or something else like that - as this "UFO" could be a result of a video distortion versus alien visitation....
I'm working with this witness to learn more, but in the meantime let me know what you think of the evidence thus far:
I took a photo that night like I always do since my first sighting, and captured this. It pops up and disappears in a Live Photo so had to take screenshot.
A sighting of a possible "triangle" UFO, or triangular-shaped craft, has been seen North of Dallas, according to a recent MUFON testimony that included a witness drawing (case 12547):
Very briefly saw in the West, heading South
A really fascinating UFO encounter from the 90s has just now surfaced on MUFON (case 126278). According to the witness, several "rotating" lights followed them home one evening:
Spinning lights, followed vehicle home
Two color-changing lights were seen hovering in the evening sky over San Antonio, according to recent witness video and testimony sent to MUFON (case 126219):
Two lights in the sky that did not appear to move
These lights seem too big and bold and low in the sky to be stars or satellites, and they are just sitting stationary and silently in the sky, rather than flying around or wobbling in place like you'd expect a drone to do.
Could these lights be connected to a tower that is not visible to the naked eye?
Could they be advanced surveillance drones?
Let me know what you think in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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