A YouTube video - posted by a friend or acquaintance of the anonymous witness - featuring a pair of white lights that appear to belong to some kind of craft or plane just hovering there in the sky (or flying toward the camera in a straight line) has hit the web.
All by itself, the video doesn't necessarily show a UFO, but it's still worth sharing as the witness claims this was definitely no plane. Watch the YouTube video and read its description below:
This was sent to me. I did not take it. He swears it's not planes, but I will leave that up to y'all to decide.
Can you confirm this UFO sighting? If you saw this, too, please report it!
Heads up Dallas!
In the Glen Heights suburb of the city, someone recently reported a large green light eerily surrounding his mobile home. Now, in Forney, someone has reported a similar experience, but while on the road, to TUS:
Someone I know reported to me that around 7:00 this evening, he was pulling into his driveway when a light beam shown onto his car. He said the light perfectly paced his car and stopped on a dime when he stopped. It appeared to come from an oval object in the sky approx. 0.5 miles away. He said the object sped off and disappeared. He is not crazy or on drugs.
No reports of "missing time" or other hints of an alien abduction from either witness, but you never really know, do you? : ) Is this just a case of spotlights and car headlights and shadows on the walls, or something far stranger? TUS does not normally see reports quite like these.
This is in addition to another Dallas area sighting on Valentines Day.
If you've seen anything goofy in the Dallas area sky, or experienced something like this yourself, please report your sighting.
Drawing by LightsIntheTexasSky.com
This week, we saw a flutter of eerily similar UFO sightings all over the Great State of Texas, from San Marcos to Austin (see depiction by LightsIntheTexasSky.com). Here's a summary of the week's sighting of intelligently moving orange orbs:
This week's been a great week for UFO sightings - though we don't have great video or photo evidence to go along with them. Anyways, a set of friends in Forney, TX (outside Dallas) saw a blue flash in the sky - as if there was an explosion - followed by three glowing orbs, which seemed to travel in their direction for about 3 minutes, before disappearing one by one. Here's the full testimony of the May 12th sighting:
Was sitting out on the front porch with some friends. I was facing east, the others were facing west towards the house. I saw a large blue flash in the sky that lasted about 1 second. I told my friends about it, it was a large flash that sustained about 1 second. I commented it looked like a blue explosion. Similar to something you see from a nuclear event. Then about 2 minutes later I saw the glowing orbs, three of them shining brightly in the sky with a red-orange color. They seemed to be traveling in my direct and appeared in the sky for about 3 minutes. We all walked out on the lawn to try to determine what it was. The light spacing looked very consistent if there would have been four lights together, with the third light away from me not lit up. The continued to travel towards us and then the furtesh light faded away and the the middle light faded and then the closest light faded away. We all discussed what we had seen and agreed it was something we could not explain. The lights looked like they were at least five mils away but were very bright and clearly stood out in the night sky.
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