A really interesting daytime video showing a bunch of white lights floating and seeming to move with intelligence. Perhaps these are just balloons reflecting light, or a high-powered fleet of drones, or perhaps these are truly unidentified. There is a fairly known phenomenon of white orbs appearing at volcano sites and during and after cataclysm weather like earthquakes ("earthquake lights"), as well a ball lightning. Compare the footage below to similar footage from Japan below:
I work as IT and was out side having a smoke and saw this today. Unedited. Original. Sorry for my country ass accent. Location was Texas tech University. #TTU
This sighting reminds me of a phenomenon that is often seen in Japan, wherein orbs dance about the sky in almost an intelligent way. See the video of a UFO fleet over Japan after the 2011 tsunami:
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The Lubbock radio station Kiss FM picked up a story about a local man and his run-in with the supernatural. Leonard Nickerson of Lubbock, Texas, was reviewing his home's security camera footage when he noticed something shocking and frightening - window blinds opening and closing on their own! There are also a few dust particles that show up that are suggested to be spirit orbs:
After reviewing his home security camera footage, a Lubbock, Texas man was surprised to find that wooden blinds on a door were moving on their own. He has no idea what could have possibly moved these blinds. He's caught this phenomenon on camera at least three times.
If ghosts are not haunting this Lubbock home, what could be afoot? Although the writer for the Lubbock Radio Station claims to know the witness, this could be a hoax or perhaps a non-ghostly stranger has been visiting.
The writer of the story claims to know Nickerson, vouching for his sincerity. Nickerson had this to say about his haunted home: "The most alarming thing I’ve encountered was a series of nights where I was awakened by a LOUD popping noise. This happened at least three times, once twice in one nigh... It was alarming. I could never identify it. I began to look online and read something about exploding head syndrome. I thought it was in my head. But then, the last time it happened, I had my dog in bed with me, and he heard it. I saw him jump. So I knew it wasn’t me.”
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Multiple witnesses watched golden lights travel overhead at a constant speed. While these could be Chinese lanterns, flares, or even planes, the witness who submitted the testimony believes they witnessed the "Lubbock Lights." The Lubbock Lights were UFOs that were famously spotted and photographed in 1951 and still have not been explained to this day.
Read the MUFON report below and compare to photos of the Lubbock Lights:
Object was bright and stationary yet at a very low altitude likewise to helicopters and began to pulsate light and emit almost a fireball type of phenomenon. After parking the car and observing, witnesses observed the pulsating orb ascend slowly northeast towards what would seem to be Abernathy, Texas. The flight path of the object was considerably random with ascending and descending movements but what at a constant speed of about 50 knots ( maybe 70MPH ), as being a avid observer of these phenomenon it was another unmistakable Lubbock Lights experience. The lights were Red/orange and emitted a golden glow at random points and had vanished from sight within 5 minutes of the start of the observations.
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Two oddly similar reports have come in to MUFON and this site, and they are worth sharing together in case they are related.
A bright pink light was reported traveling overhead on May 11th in Houston, and then in East Texas on May 12th. In Houston, a large sound worthy of a jet accompanied it and it may have caused a power outage. However, in East Texas, the witness was able to get a good view and noticed a black triangle shape with three lights. Read the two reports below.
May 11th at 4 AM in Houston (Sugar Land area):
A very bright pink light came over where I live , it burnt out some light bulbs around the apartment complex , I heard a very loud noise , it sounded like a very loud jet before the light showed up.
May 12th in Elysian Fields (East Texas):
was driving home from bringing my sister's boyfriend his power cord for his ps4 when i saw a bright, but distant, glowing pink-red light. At first I thought it was just an airplane, but it didn't move. After about 3 minutes I noticed this light was part of 3 other lights (each white) and had a black shape between each point. About the time I turned to get on one of my local roads to start my final stretch home when I noticed it following me, or at least heading my direction. I soon there after lost it behind some trees, and immediately thereafter came here to report my sighting. I do have a photo, but it's on my phone and is blurry. I swear it's real!!!
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A local meteorologist in Hereford noticed an anomaly on the weather radar for Lubbock, Texas - specifically a large hovering object that doesn't act like a cloud or other typical weather pattern. The witness attached photos and a video (scroll down) of the radar to a MUFON report:
Anomaly measured on Lubbock, Texas weather radar (KLBB) at approx 7K feet. Is stationary through several radar cycles. The same object does not appear when viewed from the Amarillo, Texas radar (KAMA) where the beam intersects the same area at approx 4K feet. Meaning, that the Amarillo radar beam passed "under" the object that reflected a signal to the Lubbock radar when sensed the object at 7K feet. I'm a meteorologists and have been using radar remote sensing for 20-years, this object isn't "weather" such as a cloud as it does not move in a lateral direction through several radar cycles.
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