Really great video showing dozens of strange bright lights floating or gliding over the Houston area has been sent to TexasUFOs. In the video, you can hear (what appears to be) a father and his children discussing the sighting, and understandably feeling quite alarmed. "Lobito73" writes:
about 20 yellow lights on the sky moving north making a diamond shape and straight line
As eerie as this sighting was, did this family just witness a group of Chinese lanterns? Or something else a bit more mundane than, let's say, aliens? Share your theories in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
As well, if you also saw these UFOs, please help crack this case and report your sighting!
A "saucer-like" object was witnessed ascending over Houston, Texas, according to a recent MUFON report (case 85502):
Saw saucer like object in the sky near convention center...
Houston is a heavily-populated city. Did you see this UFO as well? Report your sighting, so we can crack this case!
Meanwhile, browse all recent UFO sightings in Houston and Texas.
When: July 18th, 2017 at 8:30 PM
A witness to a bright star-like object hovering for several minutes over the Katy area submitted photo and testimony to the site. When viewed through binoculars, the "star" in actually appeared as a "U-shaped fireball." What is also noteworthy is the witness was able to see this UFO from different parts of their neighborhood (or town, it isn't entirely clear), implying that it was rather big:
Was diving home and admiring the sunset behind a large cloud that was casting a blue shadow on the sky when I noticed a bright light lower in the horizon to the left of the sunset. It looked like an early star. So after. Got home I ran in and got my binoculars and was surprised to see a clearly defined u-shaped fire ball. It remained in the same spot in the sky for a full five minutes. Did not change shape. But then got smaller as if moving slowly away from me and out of my range of sight. I attempted to take a photo with my iPhone but it only shows up as a light speck. But the image in the binoculars was extremely defined.
This sighting reminds me of another July sighting from Texas, specifically a MUFON report detailing a strange color-changing light hovering over San Antonio:
Could these UFO sightings in Texas be related? Do you have theories on what these witnesses saw?
Share your ideas (meteor?, plane?, spotlights?) in the comments below, or join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter!
While you're here, browse all recent Houston area UFO sightings.
Incredible eight-minute video showing at least two bright white lights or crafts sitting stationary in the sky and also slowly moving around, and seemingly even disappearing at times, has been uploaded to YouTube and also shared on sites like Reddit by the witness. The sighting occurred in Cypress, Texas, specifically along Satsuma Dr:
In nearby Houston less than a month before, many more lights like this were filmed hovering. Could these cases be related?
Or can these cases be explained?
In the most recent UFO case in Cypress, perhaps we are looking at surveillance drones or planes incoming at an airport. Or perhaps we are looking at something alien!
6/26/17 Update: The witness has graciously followed up with me about this sighting, insisting that these in no way could have been Chinese lanterns: "I had 9 other friends that saw this event. We saw 12 total lights 1 at first then the three and the 2 and then one every couple minutes apart. they were all a couple minutes apart.... it also was not a windy night. so to have the lanterns move so quickly and be so bright it is hard to say it was Chinese lanterns. "
At least a dozen mysterious orbs glided over a group of friends in Houston, who were able to capture a video and upload it to YouTube:
Approx. 9:18 Sat night myself and nine friends saw 12 alien lights. 1 at first then 3 in triangle formation. Then we saw 8 others fly in the same path towards the sky and disappear. This video shows the triangle formation.
Could these lights simply be Chinese lanterns, military flares, or fireworks? Or do these lights represent the confirmed of increased UFO sightings in Texas, especially triangle sightings? If you live in the Houston area and saw this as well, report your sighting! Otherwise, share your theories in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!