Mysterious Aerial Lights Mimicking Stars in Texas and Oregon

“The light that stopped seemed to have gotten a little brighter and to be mimicking a star in the sky!”

-  Dripping Springs, Texas eyewitness

Now the 3 ‘stars’ on the horizon seemed to form a perfect triangle pattern, but the lower star kept rising.”

- Eastern Oregon eyewitness

Dripping Springs, Texas, is about 25 miles southwest of Austin, Texas. Also, recently there have been several half-cat mutilations reported in the Shady Hollow subdivision in southwestern Austin.
Dripping Springs, Texas, is about 25 miles southwest of Austin, Texas. Also, recently there have been several half-cat mutilations reported in the Shady Hollow subdivision in southwestern Austin.

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Aerial Lights That Mimic Stars, Helicopters and Airplanes

July 12, 2009  Dripping Springs, Texas - A year ago on June 6, 2008, I posted an Earthfiles report entitled, “Aerial Ring with Antennas in Southern Ohio Forest and Downtown Chicago Dragonfly Drone Sighting,” that is now in the Earthfiles Archive.

The dragonfly drone sighting was reported to me in a May 23, 2008, email reprinted here as background for another July 11, 2009, email from the same source sent to me about another unusual aerial sighting southwest of Austin, Texas, that seems to fall into the category of unidentified aerial lights that mimic stars, airplanes, helicopters and satellites. Also, over the past two weeks in the Shady Hollow subdivision of southwestern Austin, there have been several bloodless, half-cat mutilations reported yet again.

 

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