A really bizarre report of a "bright fiery object" changing shapes and then eventually disappearing over a lake in Texas has been submitted to NUFORC (case 144219). Before the UFO mysteriously vanished, "three smaller objects" flew up into it:
We saw a bright fiery object in the sky that changed shape frequently and had smaller objects fly up towards it.
Is it possible that this is mistaken report of ball lighting, versus a UFO? Ball lightning is a rare, but real natural weather phenomenon wherein a literal ball of lightning hovers or moves across the sky. Famous engineer Nikolas Tesla was famous for experimenting with ball lightning.
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According to a recent MUFON report (case 91089), multiple people witnessed a bright ball of light wander around the daytime sky with their naked eye:
saw a never before seen seen round blue [light] in sky moving
While at first glance, these photos seem to show a lens flare, I think these photos may actually show a UFO. In some photos, the blue light seems to go behind some clouds. As well, the light was seen with the naked eye instead of when viewing photos later.
Other cases like this have been reported before, including in California in January 2011. What could these witness have seen? Could this blue ball of light be an example of a rare but real natural phenomenon called "ball lightning"? Could this be a spirit orb, aliens, weird weather, or even a hoax?
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YouTube video showing a bright fiery orb hovering near the sun, followed by the appearance of additional, blinking orbs, has been uploaded:
Orbs reflecting in the setting sun. This same evening we witnessed strobes in the sky around midnight in the vicinity of the ABIA. The flashes were in varying parts of sky and decreased in intensity before we could no longer see them. These events took place 8/12/2017, the same night of an intense meteor shower.
Pretty interesting sighting! Do you have theories on what this witness in Texas filmed? Could these be alien satellites, something man-made, or ball lightning? Share your theories in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
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A report of a "bright white sphere" growing and shrinking in size and disappearing over Texas has been submitted to NUFORC (case S136074):
Bright white sphere high in the morning sky, illuminating light grows in size, then vanishes in an instant.
Considering the recent hurricane activity in the area, could this be a case of "ball lightning?" TexasUFOs also reported on strange lights over Mexico during a recent earthquake, which could represent a similar phenomenon called "earthquake lights."
Many cases of bright spheres of light performing strange moves over witnesses have been reported over the years, and sometimes even seem to be intelligent or at least intelligently controlled, like the Cash-Landrum incident in East Texas during the 80s, or the many accounts of lights going into and out of volcanoes, or even a case from January 2011 in California where an orange ball of light hovered for several minutes:
What do you make of this UFO report out of Texas? Weird weather? Aliens? Reflection from the sun? Share your theories in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
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Great footage showing bright solid blue orbs of light hovering and disappearing and reappearing, along with some strange isolated spots of thunder and lightning, has been uploaded by the witness to YouTube.
Here's a screenshot of one of the orbs that is the easiest to see on video:
Here are a few screenshots that show some of the lightning occurring in the area:
Although only one orb can be clearly seen in the video, the witness describes on camera seeing multiple orbs just like it, some even moving.
Perhaps this witness has simply filmed planes or drones flying through a typical Texas thunderstorm (the isolated pockets of thunder and lightning are not, by themselves, paranormal or super mysterious). Or are these blue orbs something far more mysterious, perhaps even a result of the storm itself, like "ball lightning," or as the witness suggests, ETs harnessing the power of the storm's electrical energy to charge up their spacecrafts? Share your ideas below in the comments!
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