“The witness wrote to MUFON that the company that owns the site began noticing crude oil was being siphoned from onsite tanks nightly. A security camera system was installed to catch the thieves in the act and gather information that could be forwarded to the Sheriff’s Department.
The company didn’t catch thieves, but it may have caught a UFO instead, at least on film maybe.
Most UFO landings, Stansburge said, happen for a reason. Ninety percent are near bodies of water, which leads UFO observers to believe aliens need water. The sudden appearance over one of the hottest oil plays in the nation, he suspects, may mean the aliens stopped in to gas up.”
I witnessed something similar while working at Ft. Hood. A friend and I were leaving Lake Belton and saw about a dozen orange orbs. They hovered, split and rejoined, accelerated at an impossible rate to the horizon, then reappeared. We watched them for about 30 minutes. We went to a restricted area on the base the next morning and told the occupant about it. He said we were crazy and the military had nothing like that. We hadn’t even started drinking yet. Never saw it again in six months I was there.