Friday, May 15, 2015

UFO SIGHTINGS: The Latest UFO Sightings Across The Globe - May 15, 2015!

UFO lights over Brazil.

May 15, 2015 - EARTH
- The following videos constitutes several of the latest sightings of unidentified flying objects across the globe.

WATCH: Multiple red UFO lights over Sau Paulo, Brazil - May 12, 2015.

WATCH: Cigar-shaped UFO sighting recorded over Vancouver Island, Canada - May 11, 2015.

WATCH: UFO sighting over Tallahassee, Florida, United States - May 8, 2015.

"Big Red" UFO Seen Over Oregon

Have you been seeing something suspicious in the skies over Lane County?

Over the past week, viewers have sent in reports about strange lights in the air.

"And we happened to look up in the sky and saw this big old red something up in the sky, and it just stopped," said Bill Morse of Springfield. "And it stayed there for maybe a few minutes. And it just - the light in it, just went out. We don't know where it went from there. It was remarkable!"

Morse said he's heard a few theories on what it could

"I saw it on Friday night over by the airport," Michele Waggoner Bryant wrote. "I was on Northwest Expressway. It was blue tho. I kept looking at it thinking it was a plane landing but it stayed in 1 spot. Then it would disappear for about 5 seconds then come back. Now I know it wasn't my eyes playing tricks on me."

"I saw a super shooting star southwest of Eugene around 10:15," Hilary Willis wrote. "I was driving on Lorane Hwy just past Fox Hollow."

Some speculated the origin might be out of this world.

"A UFO!" a meme posted by Erik Journey said. "Quick! Grab the worst camera we own."

The extraterrestrial teasing attracted a rebuttal.

"I'm sorry but it's ridiculous to assume that we are the only sentient beings in a universe so full of other planets that we don't even have a number for how many there are," Matthew Toomb wrote. "I just hope First Contact is with somebody nice."

Eugene astronomer Jerry Oltion said that, based on the color and direction, the light is likely from a sky lantern.

"Just a very lightweight balloon with a little candle inside to warm the air," said Oltion, with the Eugene Astronomical Society. "It's just a little, minature hot air balloon. They rise up in the sky and just float there, looking beautiful for 10-15 minutes until the candle burns out."

And James Lemmon confirmed that theory.

"We sent two of the lanterns up Saturday night," he wrote. "One only went a few hundred feet and I bet the last one was 500 or better."

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