A mysterious light was observed for two minutes moving slowly, and changing colors (amber and orange were seen), over the city of Keller, Texas. The witness comes from a military family, and is used to viewing aircraft and drones, and so they are certain this was not anything explainable...but instead, a UFO. Check out the testimony sent to me below and let me know what you think in the comments, or if you've seen this yourself:
no sound at all, couldn't see a shape just light. at first glance i thought, "hey cool a satellite ." I knew right away it was not a airplane or helicopter. It had no nav lights, no anti collision strobes etc. Navs and strobes are required on all aircraft by the FAA and worldwide govts. Then it clicked in my mind that satellites move quick and zip along out of site quickly. i watched this nearly two solid minutes. This was not a aircraft i can id or speculate about, being a former uniform service member and from a long history of veteran family members, im fairly decent at aircraft spotting. Not to mention living in the flight path of major airports including dfw international, alliance, love, even the Joint NAS / Carswell air base and several recreational airports. So I have seen lots of aircraft and aircraft lights in my day. No this was not a drone. this was very high in altitude. normal airtraffic was far below this object. It moved so slow i am sure more people saw it.
James Christopher submitted a photo and testimony to Texas UFO Sightings. According to Christopher, a circular, white glowing light hovered over the Dallas area a few mornings ago.
6:44am Just recorded this. It appears to just be sitting there, then slowly starts to move around hovering in the sky, then darts to the left and to the right. Too bright to be a star as there are no others visible, not an airplane or helicopter because there was no sound or flashing lights of any kind
Could this be a simple misidentification of something man-made like a drone? Or... is it possible aliens are visiting Texas right now? Let me know, as always, what you think the comments. And if you also saw this UFO, report your sighting.
Amazing video and testimony showing a white-glowing, cigar or rod-shaped UFO hovering in the sky over the Fort Worth area has been shared with TexasUFOs. Check out the footage and learn about the interesting witness details in the YouTube video below:
@Macadamia1994 of Keller, TX (outside Dallas) spotted a shooting star that - wait - stopped and changed directions? A fireball over the southeast Texas area (mainly Houston and then Louisiana) made headlines and also confused star gazers, as it wasn't necessarily your typical meteor. The leading theory? A Chinese rocket re-entering orbit. On another possibly related note, the Dallas area has been a huge UFO hot spot of late, with mass UFO sightings in Terrell and Irving, and a great video out of Arlington (of several orbs). What's falling down on Texas?
I think I just saw a UFO... bright burning ball in the sky with a tail behind it, stopped, then drifted off into the distance. I'm not crazy
This UFO sighting was initially reported by Fort Worth's Star-Telegram.com. And it's a goofy one! An 11-year-old from Keller, Emily Casey, was searching a home on Google Maps. The Collyeville home was of her friends, and was about to be sold. What she found was pretty strange. Check out this snapshot of, what looks to be, a pink flying saucer with an aura around it.
This is clearly not a hoax - you can see the Google Maps street view image for yourself, though from my view, the saucer is pointing in a different direction! Is it a joke played by a Google employee, an explainable anomaly, a trick of the Google street view cam, or perhaps a lens flare?
From the story:
“I turned it to the top of the page, up into the sky, and I saw this thing,” she says. “At first, I thought it was just a cool-looking cloud. Then I started looking closer at that. And I said, ‘What is that?"
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