So, I recently reported on a massive UFO sighting in San Antonio - although there weren't any photo or video evidence (that I could find, at least), there were loads of eyewitness reports of orange/red orbs in the sky, as well as green flashes. Apparently, a KABB Fox San Antonio viewer was to blame. On the night of May 22nd, they were lighting sky lanterns.
Reasonable enough explanation. However, what strikes me as odd is it doesn't explain the sightings of green flashes and lights, the prevalence of UFO sightings in other nearby Texas towns on the same night, or the speedy movement/disappearing of the UFOs. Could there have been other things going on that night, too, perhaps a meteor?
Here are a few of the eyewitness accounts again:
I looked up and saw what I thought to be at first a helicopter search light...but then I noticed there was no noise. The object was round and about half the size of a full moon with a slight orange outline. It was moving very quickly across the sky (not as fast as a commercial airplane and much faster than a helicopter. The white light and object were extraordinary...like what you see when iron is so hot it turns brilliant white. It seemed like it was only about 200-300 feet above me. I ran out into the yard to get a better look and it was no longer in the path it had been traveling (West to North) and had disappeared.
I saw that UFO that was on the news today and just saw a bright ass green light hovering with @KATEBR00KLYN and @Hippo_Jose.
Compare this to a video of sky lanterns: