A fast-moving craft with bright lights moving very low in the sky caught the attention of some neighborhood dogs near Interstate 20 in Weatherford, Texas, according to TexasUFOs reader "BB," who wrote:
I heard dogs barking rather unusual for after dark, my cat suddenly took off, i stepped outside and something caught my eye moving extremely fast, quietly. There were three lights, one center that gave off a different ‘glow’ and two identical brighter lights evenly spaced to either side and slightly lower than the center light. The object was too low and moving too fast to be an airplane. It was heading north west. Than the lights vanished.as in, flicked off.
Was this UFO so mysterious as to scare the local animals? Or do you think these events were unrelated?
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Really clear video of triangle UFO hovering over Austin has been uploaded to YouTube. However, could this just be a kite with lights, as even the witness suggests? Or possibly a drone? As always, you be the judge:
A very spooky sighting of lights hovering and making formations and eventually disappearing has been shared with TexasUFOs by a Facebook fan. Check out the photos and testimony sent in below:
My husband and I saw strange lights in the sky near our home on thanksgiving night. I asked around our neighborhood and one other neighbor witnessed the same strange lights. I wasn't sure if I should contact someone about it or report it but I truly believe it could not have been drones or Chinese lanterns. The lights moved from a triangle to a straight line back into a triangle before a fourth light joined it and they they all flickered out completely. We got video and pictures of the whole thing. As I was trying to use my "big camera" not my cell phone it froze up and wouldn't take a picture but as soon as I got home it turned on perfectly fine. We captured everything on our cell phones. Here is a few pics. Let me know what you think of it all.
I am following up for more information (like the specific location), but in the meantime, if you have thoughts on what these UFOs could be, report your sighting!
November 13th, 2017: Many more reports have come into TexasUFOs since this initial article was posted. Some people online have suggested that these lights belong to nighttime parachuters. However, many witnesses aren't so sure, and so far I can't find any local nighttime shows. Stay tuned for much, much more on this real, unsolved mystery.
Amazing video showed a set of yellow, pale lights traveling in a triangle formation over Tomball, Texas (north of Houston), has been submitted to TexasUFOs by witness Alec P:
3 pale yellow/ orange lights, at first thought could be airplane or a shooting star, bright and small, seemed to float slightly over the house/ tree horizon, each moved independently of each other but moved in formations such as following each other or making triangles, the dots appeared to made entirely of light or fire and had a small tail when moving, would disappear and reappear or slowly blink in seemingly no particular rhythm or pattern, moved below horizon after moving within one area for a few moments
Triangle UFO sightings are a fairly common UFO phenomenon these days, with sightings happening in Texas and other parts of the world regularly. You can browse other recent triangle sightings in the map below:
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The triangle UFO reports keep rolling in, and one of the latest is both amazing and charming. A 70-year-old Texan was sky gazing one evening when they noticed a gray triangle-shaped craft gliding across the sky. Although the witness explained that they "don't believe in extraterrestrial UFOs," they also described the UFO sighting as "first" and "truly amazing to see." Read the testimony sent into NUFORC below (case S136991):
I stepped outside to look at the clear moonless sky. My location is 10 miles west of Intercontinental Airport Houston IAH. I have never before seen anything in the sky that looked strange, but I saw a V or triangle shaped grayish object with no sound or lights against a dark sky gliding pretty fast north to south, then turning southeast when directly over me. It flew perfectly smoothly and was headed in the general direction of downtown Houston or Ellington Air Force Base about 25 miles away. Its form was static like a plane and seemed to be gliding at a few hundred feet, or perhaps flying too high to hear. At age 70 this was a first for me - I don't believe in extraterrestrial UFOs, but this was truly amazing to see.
Although this triangle UFO sighting was not photographed or filmed, many others like it have been over the past few months and even years in Texas and all over the world:
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