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No doubt you've heard about the meteor impact and sonic boom that gave residents in Nevada and California a startle on April 22nd. A fireball was spotted zooming down to Earth, along with a loud noise and quaking! Although the sighting occurred during the Lyrid Meteor Shower, scientists speculate the culprit was a more sinister, random meteor. A similar sighting - later chalked up to a simple jet contrail (hmm...) - also happened in San Antonio earlier in April.
What's going on here, folks? These cases aren't surprising or new! A mixture of trumpet-like sounds, rumbles, hums, and booms have been popping up all around the world.
Eery sounds have been recorded and reported all over - there was a strange uptick in January. Here's a great compilation:
Texas has been no exception. Here's just one of MANY YouTube uploads featuring strange sounds in the Lonestar State. This one's from April 11th in Houston:
A case in Clintonville, Wisconsin recently dominated the local news:
Well, it seems the phenomenon is making its way to Texas again. (continued...)
On April 22nd, someone in Justin, TX - outside Dallas - went out to star gaze with her husband and the pair heard a large boom, and witnessed flashing red and green lights seemingly crash land at a distance.
On Saturday night April 21, 2012 I observed an extremely bright star in the west and on Sunday evening April 22, 2012 I wanted my husband to see the star, so I went into the back yard to see if the star was visible yet. It was, so I stepped back to the back porch to have my husband come and see and as I approched the door there was a loud "boom" (like an explosion sound) and my husband was coming out as he had heard the noise also---I had him walk with me out into the yard to see the star and as I was pointing it out to him we saw an extremely bright green flashing light, then a extremely bright red flashing light a little distance west of the green one. They were moving very fast toward the south and thru a clearing between the trees we could see a red light farther south from the other 2 lights. The whole event took about 30 seconds. We stayed out a few minutes looking for more but we did not see anything else. The event took place at 8:50 pm. I have never seen anything like that ever. It was exciting but at the same time disturbing.
But that's not all, folks!
Late last night a tweet from Spring, Texas mentioned the "sound" of a UFO, versus the sighting of one. The tweet reads "just heard a UFO outside not even gonna lie."
Update: a roaring sound and a UFO was heard/spotted in San Antonio on April 25th.