Lake Tahoe is the largest mountainous lake in North America. At an altitude of 4,580 feet and an area of 191 mi sq, there is a lot of water to experience. The lake itself is beautiful and pristine, and the surrounding mountains are majestic. The area beckons anyone who loves outdoor recreation. There’s no denying it – the sceneries are some of the best you’ll find. Since the waters are clear, would that mean every sighting is clear enough for each and every resident? Recently, a man named Mario Cazares saw seven luminous objects hovering in the sky at about 6 pm on April 10, 2015.
He is obstinate that the objects’ movement proves they are not balloons but are more mysterious. He claimed that such UFO sighting changed their positions and flew at different speeds. He tried to record them, but the lights were so bright that he could not see his video screen clearly. As he watched the tape, more than seven similar objects in the sky were seen. He says that if you use at least a 24-inch monitor, the UFOs are hard to spot. On May 7, he began to post all of his videos on YouTube under Daniel Neamtu.
On his video, he wrote that the lights are small. Since the balloons have changed their direction, he is sure that they are not just balloons. For support, he says that balloons do not fly at different speeds, and cannot move in and out of the clouds. One of the most typical species of UFO is small white orbs. Some white orbs reports have turned out to be balloons, including the report made by a man who was debunked his sighting after an investigation.
Is the UFO sighting hovering in the sky, a balloon or Aliens? The answer is all up to you.