A couple (I believe) witnessed and recorded a video of a bright orange flaming object in the sky - however it hovered (or traveled in a straight line toward the witnesses) for quite some time and didn't fit the typical "meteor" archetype:
It's burning... what is that?
Interestingly, the couple mentions recent earthquakes in the town. Not really related. But is it? Right before discovering this video, I was comparing the current tornado activity to the current UFO activity in the country and I couldn't see any big correlations but I do know that UFOs tend to show up in places of distress (either politically or environmentally).
Even Nepal experienced one of the more impressive triangle UFO sightings in recent memory. The same craft also showed up in Peru and is also eerily similar to the many triangle UFO sightings that Texans have been seeing.
And consider the similarity of the Nepal earthquake that has now claimed the lives of at least 7,500 souls (please give if you can) and the 1906 San Francisco one, which claimed 3,000. The last time we had a sun as weak as it is right now was... you guessed it... 1906. Let's hope the San Diego UFO is a lens flare or a hoax... I guess?
No matter what, though, earthquakes and natural disasters are always a threat. It's always a good idea to be prepared.
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