Friday, February 3, 2012

UFO blazing across Texas sky Captured on Film by Police Officers... but FAA says it's just a meteor

The Federal Aviation Administration says a bright, streaking light seen in the skies over parts of Oklahoma and Texas last night was 'most likely' a meteor.

Reports from people who saw the object as far north as Oklahoma City and as far south as Houston flooded the agency after a fireball blazed across the sky at about 8pm last night.

Spokesman Lynn Lunsford said FAA officials knew it wasn't an airplane people were seeing, as pilots radioed air traffic control to report the mysterious sighting from thousands of miles up.

As the Dallas Morning News reports, Bell County, Texas police chief Troy Hess captured the fireball blazing across the sky during a routine traffic stop. Read More