It’s been a banner year for unidentified flying objects. This year the US Navy confirmed that pilots have been reporting sightings for decades, and they’ve been maintaining files, establishing guidelines for service members to report, and the Army confirmed they exploring new metal technologies, partnering with To the Stars Academy, which will allow them to adapt to other-worldy threats.
One of the most startling stories of a credible UFO sighting came this past October when William Guy posted a You Tube video shot on the deck of a ferry boat in the middle of the ocean off the Outer Banks of North Carolina where fourteen very bright lights can be clearly seen hovering over the water in the distance.
“We’re in the middle of the ocean, on a ferry, nothing around. Look. Nothing around. No land, no nothing,” the commentary says.
Marines posted that flares are sometimes dropped from aircraft to light up the sky during training exercises, however the US Navy said their closest base wasn’t running a training exercise that evening and did not report aircraft being sent up.
So maybe there is a close encounter of the unusual kind in our near future. But perhaps not in Texas. The states reporting the least number of sightings are all in the southern United States, Texas among them.