Aliens over Texas
Apparently over two dozen people saw some strange lights in the night sky above the small town of Stephenville, Texas a few days ago, but no one took a photo or a video. In this day and age when almost every cell phone has a camera, why were there no photos, especially when the lights were visible for nearly five minutes?
It's enough to make you suspicious. Without photos or video there's nothing that can be examined by impartial scientists.
Perhaps Stephenville needs an economic boost. This will certainly bring in the tourists. A new Roswell perhaps?
As Carl Sagan once said about UFO sightings, they could be: "unconventional aircraft, conventional aircraft with unusual lighting patterns, high-altitude balloons, luminescent insects, planets seen under unusual atmospheric conditions, optical mirages and loomings, lenticular clouds, ball lightning, sundogs, meteors including green fireballs, and satellites, nosecones, and rocket boosters spectacularly reentering the atmosphere."
Quotation from: Sagan, Carl. (1995). The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark.