Austin Residents Spot UFOs

Some residents in Austin want to know if a UFO visited their area on Monday night after they recorded a video of a strange airborne object. It appears that they are not alone as many others reported seeing something mysterious in the sky over Texas.

Witness Rachel Jensen believes they are UFOs giving an impressive show in the sky over East Austin. Jensen says that by the time they arrived, they just went up and took off at a tremendous speed.

On Monday night, her roommate saw three lights in a triangle formation coming at him. He then called Jensen outside to check the fantastic aerial event.

Just when Jensen stepped out, she looked to the sky and noticed the triangle that just separated into three. She says there was one object in front and two others behind it. Jensen describes them as bright orange, glowing, and almost fiery.

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At one point the two witnesses saw another light. They say it was moving back-and-forth erratically. Jensen grabbed her phone and captured as much of the mysterious light on camera.
After the unusual event, she called Austin 311 to report it.

On the same night, the American Meteor Society also got sighting reports of a fireball over Louisiana and Texas from at least five people.

Meanwhile, Austin Photographer Christopher Sherman captured a stunning photo showing Downtown Austin, but looking closely at it, a long curved light-streak passing through the tree can be seen, and another smaller streak to the left is also visible. The picture was also snapped around the same time Jensen saw strange lights in the sky.

For now, the aerial event in Austin is a mystery.

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  1. Nuclear warheads in controlled burnoffs? Is there not some understanding that nuclear war is the ultimate end result of a nuclear-armed Israeli-controlled genocidal tyranny such as is America today?

    Will we not say a prayer of thanks to our good God above for having His angels hold the thermonuclear warheads and safely burn them off high in the sky preventing them from reaching us?

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