At around 4 AM on Thursday, power poles mysteriously ignited all over a broad area of Texas in as many as 60 individual fires, according to one news source. The poles resembled oversized candles, with flames originating at the top and burning downward. Although another power pole fire in north Texas was blamed on “arcing power lines,” the energy company admits they’re unsure of the cause of the sudden and simultaneous ignition of all these other poles, suggesting that heavy fog interacting with dust buildup may have somehow led to an electrical short.
Curiously, however, video posted at Youtube today shows what appear to be glowing disks hovering in fog over Austin at about the same time Friday morning. The thick fog and early hour may mean few saw the Austin UFOs, but luckily two witnesses managed to get inexplicable video of what clearly isn’t swamp gas, Venus, or a bug:
Despite the distracting blur and shake of a cel phone video, it’s worth watching the entire nine minutes as the UFOs hover and gradually manoeuvre from one place to another. If you don’t have the time or patience to watch it all, be aware that some of the clearest frames appear at around the 3-minute mark, but to appreciate the movement of the lights compare that to its position during the last minute of the video. Is it possible that the Austin UFOs, and not dust, are linked to the mysterious power pole fires that sprang up at the same time one day prior?
Please note that as this profound multiple-UFO sighting unfolds, the witness’ commentary rings true and holds potentially important clues, but may not be suitable for sensitive ears.
STACE TUSSEL COLLIGAN