An extremely large, bright meteor (or "fireball") was seen and filmed falling down from the sky about a week ago, and hundreds of people reported it to AMSMeteors.org, with one witness even uploading a video of it, and famous paranormal investigator Amy Bruni tweeting about it, and informing TexasUFOs that she saw the fireball from Bristol, Rhode Island:
The fireball appeared to streak like a meteor, but iI'e NEVER seen a meteor of that size. Maybe it was VERY close to earth?
Witnessing a large space rock fall from the sky is always an exciting and beautiful event, but are we getting bigger and more frequent fireballs than in the past? And could these meteor events be tied to natural weather here on Earth? A few days before the California wildfires for example, a large fireball was seen falling in the area, and possibly landing nearby, and there was also meteor activity reported in Texas before the hurricanes.
Also, do you believe this was a meteor or something unidentified, perhaps a crashing satellite or ET ship? Share your theories in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
If you've seen a bright fireball or meteor light up the sky, report your sighting!