An everyday Youtuber, Linda Morales, uploaded an excruciatingly brief video featuring - I think(?) - an oblong craft with lights all around. Sort of like, a, flying saucer. Or... it could be a bus passing by, or a lit up office building, or... something far stranger. As always, you be the judge!
Read a few quotes from the video (for folks who are at work and can't listen) and watch it here:
Should be an airplane
The video earned a cute comment from the witness' niece:
That's my uncle!! Did you get abducted???
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!
"Just now remembering I saw UFOs tonight... no big deal. #notkidding #freakistshitever"
Here's the video of the Irving sighting:
Over the past few days, we've seen a significant uptick in Texas UFO sightings. They varied from strange orange lights in varying formations to green flashes. Many sightings did have a "meteor" feel to them. Well, it now appears that over the nights of May 22nd and 23rd, according to
Elpasoallsky.blogspot.com, there may very well have been a meteor fireball over Central and North Texas. Does this explain some of the recent sightings, or was there something else zooming through our skies that has been mistaken for a meteor? Certainly stationary lights in the air don't fit that bill.
A recap: (this one's being chalked up to sky lanterns)
Update: Sky watchers ElPasoAllSky.com received sightings of a meteor/fireball for thsi time period (either way, there was definitely a UFO flying over Central and North Texas).
Someone has reported an Austin UFO sighting to the message board GodLikeProductions.com. The May 22nd/23rd sighting was of a meteor-like object, green in color and with an explosive quality. From the forum:
Big one, headed approximately east to west, lots of green (copper) and an explosion. Did anyone else see it?
Others chimed in and discussed similar sightings from the past. A resident of Wimberly, TX seems to have seen the UFO, too:
I saw it in Wimberley TX
Huge green/blue with large visible smoke trail, then faded out, with no noise.
One person from nearby Round Rock heard a sonic boom during the same time period:
I'm in Round Rock and heard the sonic boom. But since I was naked at the time, I could not run outside and look.
What's interesting is another meteor-like object - a blue, flashing light with a red tail - was seen in nearby Georgetown the same night.
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