SOLVED! According to the Internet, this photo clearly shows a bird...or a drone! I found it amusing that people were certain this photo didn't show a UFO, yet they had some disagreements about what it really did show! That said, I think both explanations are reasonable, especially when you compare photos up close of the "UFO" and a drone as well as a bird:
An odd, almost disc-shaped, metallic object over Dallas was photographed by a stereo camera in the daytime. Although the UFO was not seen with the naked eye, the photo captured is high-quality enough to learn from, and so far, it doesn't appear to be tampered with. What do you think of this sighting? Take a look at the photo and testimony submitted to MUFON (case 103922) below, and let me know what you think of this recent Texas UFO sighting on Twitter or Facebook, or in the comments. Perhaps it's a drone or camera anomaly or... aliens!
Unknowingly caught on stereo cameras. Appears to be some kind of aircraft.
January 11th, 2019 Update: Many more reports of these lights have come rolling in, but it turns out aliens aren't visiting, after all. According to local news, the National Weather Service explained the lights as caused by "light refraction after a temperature inversion" earlier that evening. The flames by the nearby oil rigs were suggested as the culprit. Did you see these lights as well? Do you agree that these were just light reflections?
TexasUFOs received two very similar reports and photos of strange red lights over Texas. On the night of January 8th, 2019, UFOs were seen over the nearby Texas towns of Midland and Odessa. Check out the photos and testimonies submitted to TexasUFOs below:
Odessa, Texas on January 8th, 2019 at 7:55 PM:
Alex writes about seeing a "rod/cigar" UFO sighting:
Midland, Texas, at the Permian Lodging in Midland, Texas on January 8th, 2019:
Justin Reynolds writes:
What do you think of this recent UFO sighting over Texas? Could these be military flares, fireworks, or something else explainable? Or evidence of alien visitation? Share your theories on what these witnesses may have seen in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Did you see these UFOs as well? Help solve this case, and report your sighting!
November 12th, 2018 Update: TexasUFOs received a comment from a Facebook fan that has helped crack the case! Apparently, on this evening, the US Army's Golden Knights parachute team dropped down into a Canyon High School football stadium. The jump is no longer listed on the Golden Knights website (likely because it is now over), but you can find the event information in a cached Google result (see below). You can compare the latest video to footage of the Golden Knights (also below). As always, though, if you think that this video still shows UFOs, leave your thoughts in the comments here or on YouTube, or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
In the latest YouTube video from Jane Kyle, a recent UFO sighting video sent to the TexasUFOs Facebook page is discussed:
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Earlier in the month, TexasUFOs.com reported on a mass UFO sighting in California, with people - once again - mistaking an Elon Musk SpaceX rocket launch with an alien invasion! However, the rocket was seen from much greater distances that you would expect, with a video from El Paso showing the launch popping up on YouTube:
Is it really possible for a Los Angeles-area rocket launch to be seen from El Paso? If so, could it also have been seen as far away as Ohio, too? TexasUFOs.com featured a video showing a strange white white elongated light splitting into two over Chardon, Ohio on the same night as the SpaceX event.
If the SpaceX rocket launch created a bigger show than astronomers expected, this is something worth documenting and understanding better as SpaceX rocket launches will probably not slow down anytime soon. As well, considering the long history of disinformation and government cover-up of the UFO phenomenon, we should consider all UFO sightings that are reported and not necessarily assume they've been explained, just because they occurred during known or planned events.
Share your thoughts on this amazing video out of El Paso and more in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Do you also live in Texas and did you also see this event? Share your photos and videos!
A really cool-looking photo of a cloud was shared with TexasUFOs, and even though it's not a UFO, I thought it was worth sharing! Check out the spaceship-shaped cloud that hovered over Flatonia, Texas earlier this week:
Although there's no direct evidence of UFOs or aliens, do you think this cloud is too weird to be a cloud? Could it be cloaking a spaceship? Share your theories in the comments below or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
Have you seen mysterious-looking clouds in your neighborhood? Send photos!
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