Skip to comments.Observers think UFOs hovered above the Eagle Ford Shale
Posted on 01/15/2013 12:01:48 PM PST by BenLurkin
Strange things are afoot in the South Texas oil patch and in the sky above...cellphone video, taken by worker Xavier Garza, shows a reddish-orange orb in the northern sky.
Witnesses say the camera didn't pick up a dozen more lights that appeared and reappeared several times, typically hovering in formation. It happened two nights in a row.
And last week, a photo surfaced on the website of the Mutual UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) Network, a volunteer group that investigates UFO claims, purportedly taken at a well site in the same stretch of the Eagle Ford.
Allegedly taken from a security camera, it appears to show a large saucer-like object, with an array of four lights, hovering over the caliche pad of a La Salle County well site. Other odd orbs can be seen in the background.
This was 12, 13, 14 lights, that were all spread out, flying all over the sky. And when they moved, it was at unbelievable speed, from horizon to horizon and back.
Cantu was on a work break when he saw the lights. He yelled out to co-workers, who joined him watching the lights, which put on a 3-minute show, bouncing around the heavens like a celestial pinball machine.
The lights vanished for 25 minutes, then returned for another 3-minute show.
Then delivery trucks, which had been waiting down the road for their turn to approach the site, pulled up.
The truck drivers were all, 'Did you guys see those lights up there?' Cantu said. So it wasn't just us.
The next night, Garza had his phone camera ready to go. But because of the blinding glare from the floodlights, he only caught a few seconds of a single orange sphere. This time, however, there were nearly 20 witnesses.
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That’s it, I’m buying some of those. Stay tuned for an outbreak of UFO’s over Dallas.
Because if they revealed themselves, they would likely become involved in our politics and issues. Imagine the social unrest among those whose ideology and ethos cannot include the existence of extra-terrestrials. The middle east cannot even handle cartoons. Imagine a spaceship landing.
Do you make yourself known to the insects and creatures of the forest when you go hunting or gathering firewood? They likely see us the same as we see lower-life forms and our existence and our affairs are likely beneath them.
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