A few reports have just now hit MUFON and there's a chance they're related. In Houston, a selfie turned into a great photo of several UFOs:
However, the UFOs were not noticed at the time the picture was taken, implying they were traveling at incredible speeds. Or perhaps they are just balloons. Or some sort of strange digital artifact? You can read the full secondhand account right here:
Friend was working at event where he took a selfie and he accidently captured a fleet of ufos streaking by possibly at light speed unseen by the human eye.
What gives this photo some power is a drive-by comment attempting to discredit the sighting: "What a load of crap. You are so special dude. Your life is now complete." This is the kind of irrational spam that often attacks more legitimate UFO events. But of course that does not mean anything by itself.
What also gives this photo a little more power is the very same day, but in North Richland Hills (Dallas area), someone spotted a collection of objects zooming through the sky and making a high-pitched lawn mower like sound. They were apparently red and green, however - not black like in the picture above.
This story also received a comment - "drone"! Comments aren't terribly common for MUFON reports collected on UFOStalker.com and typically only show up when a sighting has reached a lot of popularity, can be verified by others, or is being undermined by suspicious "debunker" types. "Drone" does not seem to fit the bill at all for this sighting, making the comment even stranger.
Here is the drawing and the testimony from the Dallas area witness:
I was standing beside a chair I was sitting at previously outside a little after midnight, when I heard a sound of a lawn mower, but at a higher pitch, which seemingly came from the sky above me. I scanned the sky, and seconds later the object came into view. The lights were in A star-like formation, a green light positioned at the front and five other red lights positioned like a five pointed star. It moved in a direct and stable straight-line, never changing course or stopping abruptly. It was unknown to me, as I had seen many planes that night that looked nothing of it, and the distance to the ground comparative to a plane seemed to be a few thousand feet. The lights appeared to be brighter and larger than that of a plane, which may be relative to the distance to the ground. I saw it for what seemed to be about ten seconds maximum, before it was behind a neighboring tree, I quickly walked to the side to catch a better view of, but it had disappeared. I wasn't necessarily frightened, more intrigued, but very unsure of what I may have seen.
Just recently in the Dallas area, a separate witness also heard (and recorded) strange high-pitched screaming sounds that seemed to emanate from the sky. You can read more about that story here.
Could all these events be related? Do you have anything to add to the story? Report your recent Texas UFO experience, comment with your theories, or join in the conversation on the TUS Facebook page.
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