UFO Sightings in California on New Year’s Eve
According to a number of witnesses, mankind wasn’t the only one on New Year’s Eve enjoying firework shows across the country.
Apparently, civilians in California spotted unusual objects in the sky amidst the entertaining pyrotechnic displays.
Witnesses in Sacramento and Auburn reported UFO sightings around the same time, making the claims a little more plausible to say the least.
Kaye Pinlac, a resident of Stockton, actually recorded the object in action.
“I seen like six bright orange colored lights,” she said. “They were almost like in a diamond or triangle shape. It was weird. And so they started just separating.”
Steve Brown from Sacramento said he saw the alleged UFO amongst the trees in his yard.
“It was bright enough to shine directly through the trees without any problem seeing it,” he told KPLC TV.
Of course this isn’t the first time people have reported their sightings and even then, every day people aren’t the only ones who are intrigued by the mysterious objects that look to be aircrafts from another planet.
In September, the Huffington Post reported a story on a live broadcast done by meteorologist Sean McMullen of KLKN in Lincoln, Neb.
McMullen noticed a twinkling triangle-shaped entity on live video captured by the stations towercam.
His response to it all seemed to be perplexed explanations.
“At times, it seemed to have tethers hanging from it, but I really think that’s just an artifact — I think it’s light being refracted through the dome that covers our lens. I think that’s really just a star, but I haven’t really seen that before,” he said.
One thing is for certain: UFO sightings have been a topic of debate for years. Some believe while others don’t.
Even classified documents have been released revealing CIA’s involvement with UFO activity.
Opposed to popular belief of Tuesday’s sighting, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor confirmed, “there was no unusual flight activity reported Tuesday night.”
Well with that said, hopefully there’s a reasonable explanation for the strange sightings on New Year’s Eve.