On the way to school, a young Texan spotted a black object hovering over her vehicle (which her grandmother was driving at the time). While she didn't get a picture, she was kind enough to submit a photo and description of what she saw, and it even bears an eerie resemblance to one of the most famous Texas UFO cases, the Cash Landrum incident:
My grandma was driving me to school, and we saw a huge black UFO hovering over our truck. It had no lights, and was just pitch black. I included a drawing of what it looked like.
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None of the videos appear to be hoaxed or easily de-bunkable, but the verdict is still very much out on what this routine San Antonio UFO witness is seeing!
The latest video features a pair of two glowing white orbs rotating in mid air. Could this be a balloon? Any ideas, guys? Share in the comments!
And of course check out the video and read the full witness testimony below:
December-22-2013 multiple U.F.Os Orbs were captured on video traveling high in altitude over San Antonio,Texas.*** EQUIPMENT USED: JVC GZ-HD3U 200XZOOM It was a clear day with no clouds in sight..As i was Skywatching facing west,i notice this glowing object traveling high in altitude...I grabbed my camcorder for a closer observation..When zooming in a two rotating Orbs traveling high in altitude came into view...You can clearly see them rotating as they traveled overhead..They were traveling at high altitude.Used the top of the roof as reference point(giving the altitude it was traveling)...On the video stills you can clearly see these U.F.O Orbs..I tried to keep them in frame as they traveled overhead..This U.F.O Orbs were traveling at a high altitude right above my house. I did not hear any noise coming from this U.F.O...I followed until it was out of sight....In my opinion this glowing object was clearly no aircraft,weather-balloon or satellite.....
TUS received photo and testimony from a Texan who witnessed... something... in the night sky. The photo depicts an object with multiple, bright colored lights - on its own, it could be an RC plane, drone, or even a balloon! But of course it could also be quite the strange and mysterious craft!
I'm awaiting more details on how the object behaved, but if you saw the following in the Plano area, report your sighting!
No idea it's beyond my rational thinking. Could that be the space station? It was the darkest night in 500 years.
Whenever big mass UFO sightings happen on big holidays, the first thoughts that pop into my noggin are Chinese lanterns, or may fireworks. Celebrations tend to yield these things, and as a results, UFO sightings spike! That doesn't mean there aren't real UFOs flying about just like on any other day, however. And in fact, those who have suspicious crafts at their disposal may choose nights like Christmas night to test them in public.
Anyways, we have a great video (it's actually 2 parts) featuring a set of several orbs hovering and flying about the night sky in Houston. It's difficult to call these Chinese lanterns - they appear to move like air craft, but also appear to sit stationary in the sky and even interact with each other, too. But of course this could all be a trick of an eye. We could also be watching planes at a distance or some other surprising but no less straightforward explanation.
For now, please check out the video and witness report, both submitted to MUFON:
At approximately 1:40/45 in the morning I was sitting in my truck in a parking lot talking with a friend. He pointed out the driver window and said "what is that?" I looked and saw 5-6 small red/orange lights flying in the air. My first thought was reflection on my window so I rolled it down but that wasn't it. We got out and watched as they flew in a loose formation. The lights appeared to flicker slightly not flash or remain constant as aircraft. There was no noise at all. I was watching the brightest one in the back when my friend said the front ones just faded away. A few seconds later the last one faded away as well. There were clouds and they did appear to fade into the clouds but there was no visible light behind the clouds. Approximately 10-12 min later I saw the lights reappear again with no noise. Again they were in a loose formation and again faded away. They were not simply floating randomly but were directed somehow. There were fewer the second time. Video was taken with iPhone 5s.
Others from around the web chimed in to share similar stories. Some might very well be of Chinese lanterns, but others might still be good mysteries worth investigation:
I saw the exact same thing last night in Orlando, FL last night 12/25 around 7pm, it was a group of 3 orange balls moving horizontally with the same speed in the distance slowly fading and disappearing one by one a couple minutes after I saw them, 10min later a group of 4 same movement and speed as the first, and one last one at a different part of the sky about 20min later, this one was moving faster than the first 7 (other than that same color and slowly faded away over a couple minutes). I was watching at the sky for another 20-30 min but I didn't see anything else. The balls were orange and bright a little bigger then the biggest brightest star in the sky. The last one was a little bigger and moving faster (maybe it was simply closer to me so it seemed that way). Anyway I have no idea what they were.
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A great video depicting several glittering red lights hanging in the night sky was recently uploaded to YouTube. They look like Chinese lanterns to me (they were filmed on a Saturday night, after all), but there's really no way of knowing unless others who saw it chime in!
Here's the video:
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