Another large, low-flying, silent V-shaped craft has been spotted over Texas, this time south of Dallas. Read the report sent to National UFO Reporting Center (case S134000):
a chevron shaped object flew 50 feet over my head at about 8-10 mph for 30 seconds going north and then vanished
Compare this testimony to the many photos, videos, and testimonies that have been sent into TexasUFOs and other online UFO reporting outlets and detail triangle-shaped crafts overhead in Texas and the rest of the world. Before this sighting, a dark triangle craft was filmed flying over Austin. This trend started this past summer and has not let up:
What do you think about these triangle UFOs? Share your opinions in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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11/1/2014 Update: A similar object was spotted a week later in El Paso.
A very long and very intriguing YouTube video was recently posted and in it you can see a bright star-like object wiggling in the night sky and changing colors from white to blue to purple to pink and so forth.
Since the object doesn't do any crazy maneuvers, we have to really rely on the witness description (you can listen to it when you watch the video) to make sense of the sighting. As this could simply be a star or satellite that looks weird on camera:
Unidentified Flying Object Over Dallas County
If you saw this strange orb as well and can verify this UFO sighting, please share your experience with Texas UFO Sightings!
A neighborhood in the Waxahachie area was witness to dozens of lights that passed overhead, two waves of them to be exact. Could this have been two large crafts, Chinese lanterns (seems very unlikely based on the description and photo, though this was a Saturday evening sighting), or...?
Check out the blurry photo (the witness is trying to track down higher quality photos from other witnesses) and testimony and judge for yourself:
My son came down stairs because he thought he heard something outside. I went out with him just to entertain him. While outside he and I noticed a row of 9 lights, round and orange in color moving from northwest to southeast at a quick constant rate of speed. They were coming from Midlothian, Tx area from where we where standing. They made a slight turn heading due south and just disappeared about 5 seconds after heading that direction. Just as the last of the 9 started the southernly turn another group came up over the horizon. We watched and estimated 40-50 of these lights over a period of 20-30 minutes. The objects made absolutely no sound. There were 6 other witnesses. 4 from the 3houses next door an across the street, and 3 from the neighborhood that stopped to ask if we were seeing the same thing and I we knew what they were. I'm including a pic but I could not get the camera to focus clearly on the object. One I the neighbors has some very clear pics and I will ask if they will let me use them if needed.
Did you see these objects as well? Report your experience!
Spooky sounds. Triangles. Meteor crash. And what the heck is going on in Tomball? (All kinds of activities in the Houston area, especially this town, this month.)
Catch up on all the weirdness in the Texas sky for the month of May right here:
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Last Update: March 16th, 2013 9 pm central
Along with UFOs, the source or cause of loud rumbling booming noises have boggled peoples' minds for years. And also like UFOs, they seem to happen in "spurts" and travel in a direction throughout the country. Well, Texas got a wave of these odd sky sounds on the nights of March 8th, 9th, 10th, and 12th. Though South Carolina got it started. Here's the timeline:
Here's video of a South Carolina news story on the booms residents are hearing in the state:
Here's a compilation of strange sky sounds heard around the world from 2012:
Have you heard similar sounds in your town? Do you have theories on what is causing these sounds? Let me know!