UFO Sighting? Bright ‘Fireball’ Captured Over Oklahoma on Video

by bluesbaby5050 on November 24th, 2014

UFO Sighting? Bright ‘Fireball’ Captured Over Oklahoma on Video [click on image to enlarge] A bright fireball was spotted over Oklahoma City a few days ago and it was captured on video.

Some speculated that it was a “UFO,” but it was most lilkely a meteor.

The Weather Channel dubbed it a meteor, and it was captured on video Wednesday morning.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56IHZDo9g8U&feature=player_embedded#t=0 A number of people in Edmond and Oklahoma City said they saw it.

“Look what i was lucky enough to capture this morning. Flew right by and north towards Edmond,” said one eyewitness.

Another added: “Posting this a little late but I saw this flying through the sky this morning. Kind of cool and eerie at the same time.”

Added another: “Caught this when I was taking the garbage out this morning! I assume this is a meteor from the comet that passed by earlier this week?”

A few weeks ago, the Leonid meteor shower peaked–with up to as many as 15 per hour. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaT7SCkmu54&feature=player_embedded#t=0 “Wednesday’s sightings marked the second time in just weeks that people in the Southern Plains reported seeing a large meteor. On Saturday, Nov. 9, the American Meteor Society received hundreds of reports of a ‘bright green light’ over the skies of San Antonio, Texas,” said the Weather Channel of the likely meteor.

But last year, a witness in Norman, Okla., claimed to have spotted a “boomerang” shaped UFO about 1,000 feet overhead with white lights.

“I looked up and saw a boomerang-shaped object less than 1,000 feet overhead,” the person said. “It had white lights in a V-shaped pattern on the wings. It moved slowly from east of where I was standing to west. It made no sound at all.”

According to a report from Examiner, Oklahoma has a higher number of UFO sightings nationally. - http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1098721-ufo-sighting-bright-falling-star...

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