May 2, 2011

UFO Sighting over Tuscaloosa, Alabama during tornado, April 26, 2011 photos.

UFO Sighting over Tuscaloosa, Alabama during tornado, April 26, 2011 photos.

Sighting Date: April 26, 2011
Sighting Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA










I was on the weather channel the other day watching videos of the tuscaloosa tornado in Alabama that occured this past week. On one video titled "Tuscaloosa tornado". I downloaded it to my hard drive and when playing it back I noticed some orbs at the bigging of the the film and some strange red lights in the sky at the end. They last only about a second.










This may of course be debris flying around but it doesn't look like debris to me. I Captured 2 images from the video. One shows the 3 orbs in a triangle pattern and the other which is at the end of the film shows what appears to be red or pink light or lights. Perhaps this is the sun trying to come through but it looks strange.

Source: MUFON




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2 comments:

  1. This is the first I've heard or seen of this particular sighting, although I have heard of ufo's being sighted inside of or in close proximity to funnel clouds. One of which was out over the Gulf of Mexico just off the coast of Pensacola, Florida about 15 years ago. Two red orbs were seen by several people just outside the form of a water spout which was temporarily illuminated by flashes of lightning.
    There have been several ufo sightings in Tuscaloosa County. One of which was by yours truly in the winter of '94.

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  2. I must say that the 3rd still and the following close up of it (#4), is facing east. At the time of day that the storm hit, the sun would've been low in the western sky. In other words, I don't see how the orange lights/orbs in question could be the sun. It's in the wrong direction. I should know, I live about a ten minute drive from the location where this vid was shot.

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