A group of UFOs seem to have found a home, a little ways south of San Antonio. Multiple witnesses have spotted them - not once, not twice, but many times. They typically show up in between the Big Dipper and the Cassipea constellations, and flash on and off, before flying off into different directions and disappearing. It's as if they're chasing each other. One time, the neighborhood dogs wouldn't stop barking until they left!
Here's the full (and very fascinating) witness report, submitted to MUFON:
While we were star gazing during the latest meteor shower, we started noticing lights that look like stars but would suddenly flash randomly and then go black. The lights would then take off in different directions. We've been seeing these mostly in the northern sky between the big dipper and the cassiopea constellations between 9.30 pm and 10.00 pm central standard time. One night last week when we saw this, the dogs (about 30 neighborhood dogs) all around us were barking loudly and continuously until the lights left. Last night, when we were walking, we observed the lights again. The light flashed bright then went black - about four times. Then the light disappeared all together. We've also witnessed two lights doing this at the same time then chasing each other across the sky. We know they are not planes. But we can't tell how close or far the objects are. We don't have the equipment necessary to film this observance. Hopefully one of you can.
Have you seen these odd-behaving lights in the San Antonio area? If so, please report your sighting.