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The population was 10,151 at the 2010 census. Leon Valley is an independent municipality completely surrounded by the city of San Antonio.
In 1952 residents filed a petition  for incorporation as an independent city since the residents did not wish to be annexed by San Antonio.
Leon Valley, Texas
originally posted by: Bybyots
”Texas couple describes triangle UFO at 20 feet”
Hi ATSians and Good Morning!
I found this scintillating first-hand UFO report posted by MUFON's Roger Marsh on January 12th.
A Texas couple near Leon Valley and San Antonio reported watching a slow moving, silent, triangle-shaped object just 20 feet off of the ground that appeared to be partially transparent move behind their home and yard, according to testimony in Case 62530 from the Mutual UFO Network witness reporting database.
originally posted by: chachonee
I thought to post these two video's.
Incident in La Crosse, Wis.
Incident in Eau Claire, Wis.
I had stated earlier in a post that it was the same day, but it was the next day in Eau Claire, Wis.
originally posted by: KellyPrettyBear
a reply to: Emerys
From the other post:
I've got myself highly curious now, about the possible (likely) correlation
between changes in the human cerebrospinal fluid caused by microwave
radiation, which should track very nicely with density of military bases
(I'm ASSUMING there are a lot of microwave communications/radars at most
and the perception of UFOs being in the area.
I'm not saying that IF microwaves are a key component to the perception of
UFOs that means the 'UFOs' are not there at all (but that is also possible
of course), but the possibility of the correlation really intrigues me.
There's nothing quite like possible hard evidence.
“’It’ looked like it was made out of one sheet of metal. There were no panels, rivets, sections, windows, fumes, smell.
originally posted by: FormOfTheLord
Haha skeptics got nothin. . . .
Yet more evidence to go in the UFOs ARE REAL part of my brain. . . .
originally posted by: Answer
If these are supposedly top-secret military aircraft, our government is extremely lazy about keeping them away from prying eyes.
With all the expanses of desert owned by the government, they choose to test out their top secret triangular craft over highly populated areas? It just doesn't make sense. Besides being seen by random folks, which COULD be passed off as yet another UFO sighting, what if the experimental craft crashed in the middle of a neighborhood?
I find it hard to accept the "secret military aircraft" explanation for UFO's over populated areas.