When a chemical fire broke out in Deer Park, Texas, the television news covered it. And when the TV news accidentally captured footage of UFOs, a viewer at home covered that, uploading a recording to YouTube. Is it possible, though, that these lights were really just reflections or spotlights, or even a camera anomaly? As always, you be the judge:
"They appeared after a HUGE streak of lightning went across the sky" - Mysterious Lights Over Deer Park
A MUFON report detailing several lights behaving strangely in the night sky, shortly after a large lightning strike, was posted a few days ago. The witness was able to snap a photo (see below) and capture a video, which although very dark, does clearly show a white object descending.
There were so many UFOs flying around, I couldn't go us on just one.
A resident of El Lago, TX - that's right in between Houston and Galveston - and her kids spotted a large glowing object in the sky, headed their way. It then stopped and hovered over them, before shooting up into the night sky and darting the right before fading out.
The kids were witness to even more of this UFO before the mother - who submitted a report to MUFON - arrived at the scene. Here's her testimony (which accompanies the photo at the top right, taken by her daughter):
I had just got home with the kids. I went inside and the two teenage girls went to check the mail. Suddenly they started knocking on the kitchen window and called for me to go outside. I went outside with my younger daughter and saw them pointing at a large object in the sky. The object was orange/yellow in color. It was a disc/sphere. It looked like fire was coming out from the bottom. At first I thought it was a hot air ballon, but it was moving too fast. It travelled toward us, faster than a hot air balloon but slower than an airplane. It made no noise. It hovered near us for a few moments before it shot straight up into the air at a very high rate of speed. Then it changed direction to the right and appeared more white in color. Then it faded out of sight. The girls said that it changed directions and descended again over the trees and faded out, but I did not see that happen. We watched the object for several minutes before it shot of into the sky. My daughter took a couple of pictures with her cell phone. We really couldn't get a good shot to tell what it was or see any other details.
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A Houston, Texan sent a report to Texas UFO Sightings that sounds darned thrilling! Six bright orange orbs showed up in the morning sky, and sped through the sky, one veering away from the others and zooming out of sight. Judy, who saw the UFOs while walking her dog, wishes she had a camera, because no one in her family believes her.
It always saddens me when someone questions their own sanity because they saw a UFO. And people wonder how this very real phenomenon has been kept under wraps: maybe because of the totally unfair stigma!
There could be a reasonable explanation for what Judy saw, but typical air crafts (planes, helicopters) can be ruled out, and so can meteors and satellites. This could be a case of wedding lanterns taken up by the wind, or flares. However, so far we can only really be sure that these are UFOs.
Here's her full report:
I was walking my dog about 3 am in the morning. As I usually do I look up in the sky. Out of nowhere 6 orange round balls came across the sky in front of me all following each other the first went straight up out of site the other ers followed the same way they were going so fast I thought I might be seeing things. The reason I did not report until now is none of your shows i have seen had this description until the other nights show A guy gave the exact descrpition. They were as orange as the sun. I know it was in march eighter the first or second week. Did anyone else see these.
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