3/21/16 Update: This UFO may have also been seen near Fort Worth
A resident of Wichita Falls spotted a pretty alarming sight - a dark triangle-shaped craft with "blueish white" lights. Read the report submitted to NUFORC:
I was standing in the early morning hours of 0614 central time I-44 and Bacon Switch rd. in Wichita Falls, Texas. I was at the rear of my trailer, and looking up at the sky.
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Wow, what a week. There have been mass UFO sightings in Texas out the wa-zoo, of all sorts. I thought they were worth a post all on their own. Here's a wrap up of the strangeness in the skies of the Lone Star State... basically, everyone's seeing orange.
Could a meteor shower be to blame? According to ElPasoAllSky.com, possibly. A fireball explains some, but certainly not all, the sightings. As well, a local San Antonian has admitted to lighting sky lanterns the night of the mass sighting in San Antonio (however it doesn't really explain the exact nature of all the sightings).
In other oddball UFO news...
Here's a photo of the lights seen in League City, apparently identical to other sightings around Texas.
The Lights in the Texas Sky blog has written up a great post about recent UFO sightings all over Texas - from League City to Katy. Apparently, on May 19th, residents all over the Lone Star State, as well as Missouri and Pennsylvania, saw red/orange lights moving in formations. This sighting is just like the mass sighting that made the news in Texas City (near League City) and is still unexplained! It's also similar to the red/orange lights seen the week of May 14th in various Texas cities, especially San Marcos. Here's a picture of the more recent event, from a Mesquite, TX and League City resident.
A few days after this sighting, there was a mass sighting of a fireball-like object over Central and North Texas, according to ElPasoAllSky.com.
Here's video of the League City sighting, from May 18th and 19th.
And here's video of what appears to be the same UFOs in Mesquite the same night:
Here are some testimonies from Lights in the Texas Sky:
Lots of great sightings in Texas this week - many seeming related. This time we've got a MUFON report for a May 15th encounter of a triangle-shaped craft that made a loud, rumbling noise and glided over Electra, TX - near Witchita Falls. Here's the testimony:
My daughter and I were outside sitting on the front porch steps, when we heard a strange rumble sound coming from the East. We both thought it was a low flying plane at first, then we were able to see two white/blue light that seemed to pulse up and down. As it got closer we knew it was not a plane by the low rumbling sound it made, and the two lights in front were hanging down from it, almost as long as a telephone pole. We could not see any type of body for this craft. As it slowly passed over us, I flashed my flashlight at it three times. It then turned on a third light, gold in color, located behind and in the middle of the first two. It looked as though there could have been five feet or more between the lights. After that we stepped out into the street and started walking in the direction that it flew away in. It never really moved very fast it seemed to just glide away almost. As it drifted off into the distance, maybe ten miles ahead of us, it stopped blinking it's lights, and just went out of sight. We were not frightened by it, more amazed than anything, and thought it was cool that it seemed to respond to my flashlight by turning it's third light on.
Drawing by LightsIntheTexasSky.com
This week, we saw a flutter of eerily similar UFO sightings all over the Great State of Texas, from San Marcos to Austin (see depiction by LightsIntheTexasSky.com). Here's a summary of the week's sighting of intelligently moving orange orbs:
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