This morning, on a Dallas sports show called "The Ticket," radio broadcaster George Dunham shared personal UFO sighting of multiple lights flashing extremely high in the night sky in West, Texas, which he said were later described by the government as high flying transport planes, an explanation he doesn't believe:
A similar sighting, interesting enough, occurred in West, Texas later in the month as well:
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"Bigger than almost anything I had ever seen before" - UFO Spotted Over West, Texas
According to a witness report and video sent to MUFON (case 88811), an extremely large, oval-shaped craft with bright lights moved strangely and silently over West, Texas:
Spotted twice on Interstate 35
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Okay, guys, you are going to have to help me confirm or debunk this one.
I did not expect to be blogging about the horrific, deadly explosion of a West, Texas fertilizer plant this morning. I'm heartbroken for all those who lost homes and family members and I really don't like turning the story into a UFO story, but there is all kinds of talk on the web about a possible UFO or fireball that hits the building before the explosion. I did not see a UFO/fireball, and I've reluctantly watched the videos of the explosion over and over again. So far, I'm not buying it.
Saying that, if there was some sort of missile, meteor or drone at the scene of the crime, that's a huge news story, worthy of a cover up, and I'd like to get these rumors on the public record. Supposedly a gif was posted showing a UFO clearly hit the building, but it's been taken down.
Here's the lousy screen shot I took that may or may not show the UFO, you see a big burst of light before the big explosion - I don't think it is:
And the reason for all this speculation, some quotes from online forums, specifically GodLikeProductions.com and AboveTopSecret.com:
I paused it right when the fireball enters the screen from the left... I can see the movement from left to right and it hits the building then explodes. Maybe someone with better equipment and get a good shot or 2 of it and post.
And the video (caution: this is shocking):
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