Several bright white UFOs or "orbs" speeding through the daytime sky and then disappeared over Houston, according to a recent MUFON report (case 83963):
I stepped outside, just for a cig and to look up. I like looking up. It's been cloudy for awhile. Haven't been able to see blue or anything in the sky lately other than overcast. The sky was remarkably clear for a change. Approximately less than 10 clouds. Which is why it was easy to notice a bright dot come out of a cloud to the Southwest and proceed West-Southwest. The cloud soon dissipated when it left. Very starlike. Small. I'll add I was wearing sunglasses. Without them, the sky washed the orb out visually since I'm photo-sensitive. I paused, went oh hell no... went inside and grabbed my camera, hoping to catch it on camera but it was gone. I always look up. That's another story.
According to the witness, the UFOs were moving too fast to be planes, drones, or birds. So what could they be? Orbs like these are, believe it or not, a common type of UFO sighting, and were famously seen in Japan during the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster:
Some believe UFOs like these are actually "earthquake lights" and suspect they could be caused by strange atmospheric conditions. However mysterious or not, they may have also showed up in Waco in April. Do you think these orb sightings are related? Or could this sighting be more easily explained? Share your theories, or if you have ever seen anything like this before, report your sighting.