A bright fireball was reported over Austin, with the witness believing it to be an unidentified flying object, according to Fox 7 News. The witness Rachel Jensen said she saw three lights forming a triangle that then separated:
"Just as I stepped out, I looked to the sky and saw the triangle. Just as it was separating into three. Well there was one in the front and two behind it. They were bright orange, glowing, almost fiery," says Jensen.
Although Fox 7 News linked the sighting to meteor reports in the area, and even included a photo of a streak of light over Downtown Austin photographed around the same time, the truth is there wasn't an especially large amount of meteor activity logged and the lights the witness is describing could probably be better explained as Chinese lanterns or flares or even fireworks versus space rocks! But, as always, you be the judge. What do you think?
What would you do if you were star gazing and suddenly all the stars you were gazing at started to move? An Austin resident was looking up at what they thought was the Orion star constellation when suddenly, well, Orion moved! This witness' perspective is that a spaceship was "disguised as Orion." Could this be a case of Chinese lanterns or even a fleet of drones? Or could this really have been a large craft hovering and then moving over the city of Austin? After all, there have been many giant triangle crafts known to hover spotted in Texas and the rest of the US lately... As always, you be the judge. Check out the report submitted to NUFORC:
Flotilla (spaceship fleet) over Austin disguised as Orion.
A man and his girlfriend saw a mystery light in the sky while driving near downtown Austin. The light then seemed to follow the witnesses and even "scan" their minds! The witness who uploaded video of the event to YouTube admitted to wanting to see a UFO:
This is kinda nuts because it was so real, no bs or joke here, I love and look for UFOs nightly and seem to find them often but never has one played with my mind sorta like this did. I sound goofy at end of tape cuz people are staring at me with camera out window. UFO stays in upper left hand corner for most part, loud and bouncy tape sorry. It was first seem as it almost called to me to look it's direction it was one two and at times 3 lights but followed us for about 5 miles but at a good distance before I exited and went east as it followed north to south. 100% real and no doubt it was an extraterrestrial craft or back engineered object. Seemed to be scanning my mind sort of. Didn't feel evil though either. Crazy tho. Enjoy, this clip was posted on my gfs channel but I had to put it on mine maybe it will see some good views thanks
What do you think of this UFO? Do you think it was following or chasing after the witness? Or this just a simple plane, drone, or satellite?
The last few months has seen a wave of triangle UFO sightings across the US. Texas has been no exception. Read the latest report of a large, "light gray" triangle-shaped craft flying silently over a neighborhood. Bill writes to the site:
Standing in my driveway, saying goodbye to the kids as they went to school. I looked up, catching what I thought to be a flock of birds at first; further observing that the object was high altitude and traveling very fast almost dead south. There was some low cloud cover, but I could observe the object until it disappeared out of my field of view to the south. It was light grey, crescent shape and metallic. It made no sound at all the entire time I watched it. There were no lights, and no other observable or audible aircraft in the area at the time.
An incredible and frightening encounter of a fireball zooming through the sky and emitting a trail as well as a metallic disc that then appeared to land. During this sighting, there was citywide blackouts. Read the report submitted to NUFORC:
Fireball passes overhead, shiny disc appears and lands
There is a comment on the report made by NUFORC suggesting this could be a hoax. As I have not seen any other reports like this out of Austin, that is definitely a possibility. Or perhaps this witness just saw a meteor and then experienced personal problems with electronics and there was just a misunderstanding?
Do you live in Austin or were you visiting on 9/11? Did you see any UFOs or experience any blackouts? Help crack this case and report it!