A daytime video showing a bright fireball moving very slowly over Houston was uploaded to YouTube a couple of years ago; although the witness has just now brought this footage to my attention, I did report on other similar witness reports at the time. According to this witness, Rice University analyzed the footage and "debunked" it as a bolide, or exploding meteor. But could Rice University have been wrong? Check out the footage below and judge for yourself:
Watched this from my balcony Sunday at around 5:40pm for around 5 minutes. Can't explain it. To slow for a meteor. Any thoughts?
Here's another photo snapped the same week, or possibly even the same day; in this case, the bright light does appear to be moving quickly, resembling a more typical meteor:
Here is a video showing a bolide, or meteor exploding in the air, to compare to the footage above:
This newly-discovered video of a fireball over Houston does not show a meteor or a meteor exploding, in my opinion, however other photos and reports from the area at the time do support that theory. The sightings may or may not be related, but it's hard to imagine the latter. Perhaps we are viewing ball lightning, or some other strange albeit natural sky phenomenon besides a meteor?
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A really intriguing video showing multiple white orbs speeding around the daytime sky and seeming to tumble (reflecting light) has been posted to Liveleak, and discussed on Reddit:
This sighting is very similar to one in Houston late last month:
There was also a sighting closer to this one in Seattle of strange glowing white orbs in formation:
Could these sightings be related? Or is this perhaps just a case of balloons? Share your theories in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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An amazing video of UFOs over Arizona has been posted by the witness to their Faceook page. Since the video was posted, local news caught on and the video has now received over 2 million views! The witness insists that the strange lights they filmed are not meteors, as local news apparently reported:
As I was driving back to Phoenix this evening, I was a few miles past Parker, AZ when I saw a shooting star with a green hue in the corner of my eye. I kept driving for a few miles and noticed a small orange light far in the distance to my right. At first I thought that maybe a meteor had hit nearby and set a fire in the desert or possibly a distant antenna light.
This footage is very similar to a sighting in Houston during the same month:
Both sightings in Houston and Arizona are eerily reminiscent of the famous well-documented Phoenix Lights incident in 1997. Do you think these sightings are related? If so, could they be military... or perhaps alien?... in origin? Share your theories on this UFO sighting and more in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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