A San Antonio resident was surprised one evening by the sound of "loud booms" that could not be attributed to a thunderstorm, according to a recent email sent to TexasUFOs:
FYI- Sat, June 23, 2018, 9:49pm hundred/s of loud booms. We thought it was thunder. We went outside to hear the "thunder". We checked the forecast but there were no storms in the area. Boom every 2 seconds. Very low, broad booms. We live near Babcock & Wurzbach. We have no idea the source of the booms.
In addition to mysterious lights in the sky, mysterious sounds "in the sky" are another interesting phenomenon that TexasUFOs has covered many times. Could this San Antonio resident have heard a sonic boom originating from an aircraft, perhaps even a top-secret military craft, or is something far stranger going on here, and could this be related to other strange sounds heard around the world?
Around the same time, similarly strange "loud booms" were reported by a local in North Carolina.
Other than that, in recent weeks, bright fireballs were seen over Belgium and Russia, and small, possibly artificial seismic activity was reported in Mexico City. However, these places are a good ways from San Antonio, Texas, leaving us to wonder what could have caused these loud booms.
The only way to solve this mystery is to hear from you! Do you also live in San Antonio? Did you also hear these mystery booms? Report it!
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More than a dozen metallic triangular objects were seen flying in formation over San Antonio earlier this month, according to a recent NUFORC report (case 139742):
20-25 metallic triangular objects spotted on Cinco de Mayo in San Antonio.
Could this recent UFO sighting be related to other triangle UFO cases in Texas (see picture of a sighting below), or other recent mass sightings of lights in formation? As always, you be the judge!
Bright red orbs of light were seen in the night sky over a Wal-Mart San Antonio, according to a video recently uploaded to YouTube.
What do you think of these UFOs seen over Texas? Could they possibly be Chinese lanterns, fireworks, or something explainable? Or do you think they are more mysterious than that? As always, you be the judge:
Went to Walmart to re up on some fishing supplies and as I was walking to the truck I saw 9 orange lights in the sky and one coming from a far. As soon as the one light traveling towards the other 9 grouped with them 6 of them just disappeared and that's when I pulled out my phone and recorded the remaining 4 that seemed to form a triangle. Could it be a UFO? You decide...
According to a recent MUFON report (case 91089), multiple people witnessed a bright ball of light wander around the daytime sky with their naked eye:
saw a never before seen seen round blue [light] in sky moving
While at first glance, these photos seem to show a lens flare, I think these photos may actually show a UFO. In some photos, the blue light seems to go behind some clouds. As well, the light was seen with the naked eye instead of when viewing photos later.
Other cases like this have been reported before, including in California in January 2011. What could these witness have seen? Could this blue ball of light be an example of a rare but real natural phenomenon called "ball lightning"? Could this be a spirit orb, aliens, weird weather, or even a hoax?
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TexasUFOs has received testimony of a triangle craft with red lights over San Antonio. "Pink Panther" writes:
Triangle/V-shaped craft with Lights of red and and flashing
Did this witness see a triangle UFO, like so many others have been seeing in Texas and other parts of the country? Many believe there are top-secret military craft appearing in our skies, and that they are reverse engineered from alien craft.
Or did this witness just see a commercial or military plane?
Another sighting of a loud triangle craft in San Antonio occurred a month before this one, so perhaps the sightings were related. As always, you be the judge!