5/4 9:49 AM Update: It appears the latest sighting of a "ring of lights" may have been due to a light show put on by the nearby Mystic Lake Casino, according to a Twitter tip from UFO researchers @ufoofinterest and @TheOutThereChannel. What do you think?
A Minnesota resident witnessed a large, bright ring of lights hovering in the evening sky over their neighborhood. They fortunately sent in testimony and photos to MUFON (case 83477).
I saw this ring of lights last sat night, April 29, 2017. The lights were in the western sky, and it was an overcast night. The ring of lights were stationary and did not move at all for many hours. The lights were coming from behind the clouds.
Could this sighting be related to the (still unsolved) November 2014 UFO wave? During that time, people saw an unusual ring of lights hovering in different parts of the Lone Star State, namely in Houston, and even in the world:
Or perhaps this event is more like the mysterious "smoke rings" that have been seen occasionally over the past few years, like in Long Beach, New York in February 2017:
What do you think of this sighting? Is this a real UFO? Or could this be something more explainable - perhaps spotlights, flares, or even a hoax? Share your theories about this sighting and more in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
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