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Texas UFO Sightings - and other parts of the web - have received additional reports of the famous Texas flying saucer, which has been photographed, recorded on camera, and described in detail by witness after witness after witness.
Well, I thought I'd take a second to share one of the latest, though not out of Texas (more like Hilliard, Ohio). Which sort of makes this story all the more interesting.
This Texas UFO Sightings reader would like to remain anonymous:
Saw a single light low in the trees driving home. It was going straight up slowly, was really bright. Seemed odd. Then the other lights started turning on in a ring. About the size and height of a water tower. I was a bit freaked out as I watched it continue to rise above the treeline. As I drove past it I had to look away to keep from crashing, by the time I got stopped (30 seconds) it was gone. Occurred to me after that it looked like the thing had landed and was taking off. Absolutely 100% the same ring of lights in your pics.