Interesting CCTV picture that apparently shows a flying disc landing . Picture and report of sighting was submitted to MUFON who are now
investigating. Report filed on January 5, 2013. The incident allegedly occurred on July 5, 2012. Footage is pending.
"My father works in an oil company here in Texas, and they had noticed that some people were taking the crude oil in the night," the witness stated.
"So they started putting cameras up around the areas. One night one camera caught a UFO."
The witness explains that the photo had been circulated, but with no further explanation.
"The news had spread throughout the workers and they soon emailed it to my father. My father had sent it to me and now I'm posting it here on
Looks like a low rider eh? I can't quite make out the scale of it. What are the time lapse for snapping shot on these things? Are they motion
tripped and then shoot pics? A time frame would be useful perhaps. Curious about the shadows in the rest of the pic do not seem to correlate with
the anomaly, unless that is it's shadow right beneath it?
Interesting at least..
pictures are worthless.. I need to see a video of it, since it just so happens to land exactly perfectly in camera frame I would need to see it come
into frame and land as well as leave to be able to tell if whatever it is, is actually real..
Also how did they steal the oil, does anyone get out and grab it or what? I want to see video of that.
Where in TX is it? I am in TX I will go there and put cameras of my own.
It is so small, maybe 8 feet by 2 feet, that if it really flies it would have to be a droid of some kind. But there is no proof of flight here, so
unless someone else sees a flying bumper, I do not expect to hear about this again.
Just going by the tracks in the (snow/sand?) I would say something other than E.T. because that would be one small craft and the supposed aliens would
be tiny beyond belief. The lights on it seem to have the shape of todays L.E.D. type side marker lights so maybe its some kind of trailer or other
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