One of the more common UFO phenomenons is the sight of stars moving - sometimes it's satellites, sometimes its meteors, sometimes it's just an optical illusion. But sometimes... well... sometimes it's just UFOs. Makes you wonder if we are sometimes witness to space battles... Star Wars-style.
Just the other day, Texas UFO Sightings shared a report from a witness in Paris, Texas who saw a "moving constellation." Well, we've got a few more to add to the pool - Another Texan (in Spicewood) saw the same thing on the same night, and then a few nights later, a family saw some similar UFOs in San Antonio, though more activity was reported. Read the interesting sightings kindly submitted to the site:
Comment from Spicewood, TX:
I saw it as well. I live in Spicewood. I saw it around 11pm. Traveling slowly west. At one point looked like a small orb came out and then reacted itself to the main lights. I was looking at it through my telescope and the lights were really brilliant. Funny thing is this makes my fourth ufo sighting this year, but this one was the most compelling
Report from Encino Park in San Antonio on March 14th at 9 PM (submitted by Greg):
my wife, 8 yr old son, and me were outside sky watching around 9pm on listed date. We've seen lots of cool stuff in the skies before. Tonight, star-like objects flying around. They tend to kind of bounce around and skip across the sky. Then stop on a dime and change directions. Very exciting to watch! Sometimes, like tonight, there was one that flashed twice. A really really bright kind of diamond shape light. Now keep in mind that this all appears to be atmospheric. Because all the while you'll see planes flying their paths to and from the airport. And the planes are considerably lower altitudes than the ufo's. My son asked me, "why doesnt more people see them?" Answer- "a lot do. But mostly, people arent watching." We see them alot. We've thought about filming but it always happens spur of the moment.
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