They are being called “red fire balls in the sky” by the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office and so far no agency has come forward to claim responsibility for several unidentified flying objects (UFOs) that were spotted in the sky above Daisetta, Texas, around 8:27 p.m. Saturday, March 24.
The resident who made the initial claim was not the only person to see them. In fact, when two Liberty County sheriff’s deputies arrived on the scene just a couple of minutes after the call, the fire balls were aloft.
“There were at least 10-12 other citizens on the scene that were observing the same sightings,” said Ken Defoor, spokesperson for the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, in an emailed statement.
The lights were traveling in a southwest direction at an altitude of approximately 3,000 feet.
The deputies reported the lights were in a “loose line” that appeared to be about 10 miles apart from the front light to the last light in the line and moving rather slowly. . . .
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