Two really interesting videos showing UFOs over Texas have been uploaded to YouTube. According to the person who uploaded the videos, these UFOs were seen on a live, local web cam for the city of Lake Conroe (possibly this one, I'm still verifying). In the first video from December, you can see a ball of light hovering and then ascending up into the sky. And in the second video from January, you can see a mysterious flash of light speed across the sky:
Pay attention starting at the :15 mark -
What do you think these videos show? Are aliens visiting Lake Conroe, Texas? Or are these easy-to-explain misidentifications?
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A report of multiple "silver or lit up" orbs has been reported to TexasUFOs. Although there are no photos or videos, and any group of lights could really just be balloons or birds or even Chinese lanterns, the fact that some of the orbs appeared to fly at "hyperspeed" makes this testimony extra interesting and has me recalling the famous Lubbock Lights incident of the 1951. John writes:
30 UFOs traveling in a straight line, like a string of beads, at a high rate of speed, evenly apart, up in our atmosphere. The line of them was about 10 miles in length. 2 were trailing behind and went to hyperspeed to catch up with the rest. sighting lasted about a minute and a half.
In the latest YouTube video, UFOJane recalls recent cigar UFOs reported to TexasUFOs and other famous cases of cigar or rod-shaped ships.
A dark, cigar-shaped object was observed and photographed hovering over Lake Conroe, according to a witness who shared their encounter with the TexasUFOs Facebook page:
Over Lake Conroe, saw it while driving and then took best picture I could from the 19th floor of my hotel. It was very dark but wasn't moving just hovered there.
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A resident of a Lake Conroe neighborhood, "Chelle," was amused by a blue object that moved all over "fluidly" and then descended. It also changed colors. See the photo and testimony submitted to the site:
I went outside to walk to up my street and through my neighbor's trees saw an odd bluish light. Stopping and looking at it, it moved, fluidly, left and right and even seemed to move forward and back. I took off into the street out from behind the trees. This was crazy! That was not an airplane, which we see all the time. I wanted proof. It's very dark in my neighborhood, my camera was not going to get a video. So I took a picture thinking I would get it in one spot with the houses in view and get another as it moved, but after the first it started to dim instead of moving. Then suddenly turned red, made me gasp, even flickered back to blueish white then red again. Seconds later it starts to descend! I turned my head away for a second to tell my husband and when I looked back the sky is black. The light was gone. In the picture, all the lights at the bottom are from the street and houses.
Could this have been a drone? Or something more mysterious? If you saw this UFO as well and can verify (or explain!) this, report your sighting.
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