6/7/2021 Update: According to another witness, similar-looking UFOs were seen over the Virginia coastline. Could these events be connected?
5/18/21 Update: I've gotten some comments about this sighting - some saying that the "halo" effect is caused by the camera focusing in on the lights. That makes sense to me, but I'll have to find a way to test that or learn more. As well, the witness followed up to say that she thinks that what she saw was a Starlink satellite train. She came to this conclusion after talking to her husband, who pointed out there was a Starlink launch that night. I don't think the photos or iniital testimony sound like Starlink, but who knows? It's tough to tell now that we have so much advanced aerial craft up there. Let me know your thoughts in the comments!
"K Beall" sent me photo and testimony showing mysterious balls of light, which were purportedly seen north of Dallas. Now, I've gotten many reports of UFOs like these... I call them "halo" UFOs! Could they be something easy to explain, like drones or Chinese lanterns? Or something more alien going on here? I included another similar-looking UFO photo to compare this one to, as in that case, the photo was taken by a Navy pilot. Could these UFOs be related?
I saw 6-7 oval/round objects in the sky, fairly large in size, like slightly smaller than a full moon, bright orange/red in color - all moving slow from left to right in a row, eventually moving out of sight as they got smaller in size. One or two appeared to come back, headed in my direction as if to get a closer look? I have no idea, not a plane, not a satellite- any other reports on this night in the Texas sky? I took pictures with my iPhone but they just didn’t turn out well.
Compare this photo to the one that George Knapp recently shared, which was taken by a Navy pilot, and dubbed "the sphere:"
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