People baffled by 'unexplainable' video of 'UFO hovering in night sky'
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People are flooding to social media in debate over an alleged UFO sighting in Texas.
Prepare to fall down a rabbit hole searching for more 'UFO sighting in Texas':
The video was sent into KABB FOX 29 News, San Antonio, by someone named Adrian Tolliver.
The recording - posted to Facebook by the news channel - shows Tolliver using his camera to keep track of something in the sky as life goes about as normal down below, cars continuing to drive around in the streets.
However, normal life has come to a standstill for Tolliver, who's spotted a warm fuzzy light roaming across the sky.
In the video, he says: "Not sure what this is, but it doesn't look normal.
"You can clearly see there's something flying. And it's been circling around for like the last 15 minutes. There it is again."
People are flooding to the post, some with their own accounts of spotting the strange light in the sky and others to weigh in on what they really think it is.
One Facebook user said: "We saw it Friday night in Schertz
My husband and I assumed it was a spot light the view in Schertz was better and brighter."
"Back in early 70s seen a UFO ship 15 feet away over my friends house south of San Antonio about 18 miles we saw it fly away," another added.
"Dude, I live in Cibolo and have been seeing it for the last week. It’s a spot light, and this is embarrassing," a third wrote.
A fourth user resolved: "Definitely a spot light."
Well, hold your horses doubters, because it turns out it might not actually be a spot light.
Another video uploaded by KXAN on 14 October, 2023 shows what appeared to be a 'fireball' in the sky.
The footage reveals a similar soft-edged circular glow to Tolliver's video, KXAN reporters saying the light was seen between 7:30pm to 8:00pm on Friday, 13 October.
CBS19 Chief Meterologist Brett Anthony has since spoken out, stating the bright light spotted by multiple Texans that night allegedly resulted from the SpaceX launch of the Falcon 9 rocket carrying 22 Starlink satellites on Friday (13 October).
Well, it seems it's a good day for SpaceX and Elon Musk fans, but not so much for alien lovers. Sorry UFO believers, better luck next time.