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UFO Wave Over Texas

Source: Filer’s Files #45; November 7, 2001

HOUSTON—Robert Thompson who lives in the Willowbrook area reports that on October 25, 2001, I was up at 1:30 AM and saw what I believe was a UFO.  It didn’t have any lights on it, but I was still able to see it very clearly traveling across the sky.  It was traveling west very fast and was oval.  It was very high in the sky.  It was the size of a quarter held at arm’s length. I would put my hand on the Holy Bible and swear to you that I saw what I said I saw.  I don’t know what it was.  However, it was big enough to see in the dark night sky, and it truly frightened me.  In addition “NO” it was not an airplane.  Thanks to

HOUSTON—Beau writes, “I want to report sightings for the last four nights. I’ve seen unexplainable lights in the sky.  Both my wife and I have seen them, also on two nights a friend saw them from another location five miles away.  The first night there was one about 30 degrees in the sky, and to the east of me over Spring, Texas.  We saw many light patterns from it with all colors.  It appeared to “get tall” then return to its original size.  Then it would hover from side to side and up and down.  We saw it for 40 minutes then went to bed, at 11:00 PM.  The second night we saw it again, 35 degrees up a little to the south from previous night.  I called my friend who saw it too.  Then he said he saw two and when I walked further away from trees I saw the second as well.  We watched it for 2.5 hours, until 2:00 AM.  The third night there was only one that I observed for thirty minutes from 12:00 to 12:30 AM. The fourth night there were three in a pattern like a check mark. They took turns being “active.”  We watched from 7: 30 to 9:30 PM.  My friend saw them and my neighbor too.  She had binoculars so I could see the colors a little bit better. They were brilliant colors of every shade, but mostly blue, purple, and green.  I went out again from 12:30 to 1:30 AM and the check mark shifted and inversed, meaning the low point of checkmark was now the high point.  Last night was a full moon too, and these “devices” still were plainly visible when the stars were not.  We called the local FOX weather desk; they reported no meteors or weather balloons etc.  These sightings in my opinion are definitely mechanical in nature and not stars or planets.  We were watching something bizarre.  Thanks to BEAU

ADKINS—We were standing outside on my front porch on October 14, 2001, when one friend noticed a bright light moving.  He first thought it was a star, but it began to move erratically at 6:00 AM.  He pointed out that it was unusually bright and had an odd shape.  We began to watch as the craft came closer towards us.  It was moving slow and seemed to be dipping and rising.  We grabbed our binoculars; we noticed it had a red light around a bright white light.  I thought it was two red lights, one on top and bottom, while my friend saw red on bottom and blue trailing.  Two of us saw a blue slow blinking light heading towards the main craft.  When it got near the craft, it suddenly headed straight down, leaving a blue tail like that of a comet.  We watched for about two hours until dawn, when we could no longer see it.

HUNTSVILLE—I’m part of a marching band and we’re from Houston.  We went to a competition in Huntsville October 28, 2001, and for our lunch break we headed back to the bus from the stadium and we saw a whole bunch of flying white things.  At first we thought they were birds but every 3 seconds they would disappear and then come back, and then disappear and come back, repeatedly.  It looked like a school of fishes, but in the sky.  There were two groups of them.  The whole band saw it.  AUSTIN—On October 25, 2001, there was a firework like flash with a lighted point hitting another and creating a short spark shower.  It then disappears.

NUFORC Note: We believe the date of the incident might be October 31, 2001. BUNA AND DEWEYVILLE—Several friends and I saw a slow or nonmoving object almost due east from my house on October 25, 2001, at 1:30 AM.  It was flying at about 10 to 20,000 feet high, with a constant, very bright white light and alternating flashing blue, red, green, and maybe purple color flashing.  Sometimes two or more colors could be seen at once.  The object remained in its position for 30 to 40 minutes and seemed to move up in elevation very slowly.  There was no lateral movement seen.

SAN ANTONIO—Last Friday night, at October 18, 2001, my wife and I traveled back to San Antonio from Victoria, Texas after a High school game.  My daughters are on the dance team and their buses were unloading at 1:30 AM.  I was talking to a friend of mine as we were standing by his truck, there were low streak looking clouds above us.  We were less than a ¼-mile from downtown San Antonio.  We happened to be looking up for a moment and saw a turquoise luminous cigar shaped object streak across the sky.  It was as if a neon light has turned on for a moment and streaked across half the sky above us, then turns off then back on again.  This object was cloud high and confounded the two of us.  We both saw it at the same time but could not say what it was.  Thanks to Peter Davenport NUFORC

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