Have you been seeing anything strange in the sky lately? Last year, Stacker listed the states with the most UFO sightings in the nation, and Texas was ranked 4th in the country. A recent observation in South Texas may be one more to add to the list.

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UFOs in Hays County, Texas?

According to KTBC in Austin, more than one person has seen glowing orange orbs moving through the Kyle, Texas sky in the last several months. Sal Sanchez saw the orbs for the first time in January. Since then, he’s seen them a handful of times, including last Sunday night when he took this video:



Sanchez has compared his video to others filmed around the country, and believes the sighting is not a drone because it makes no sound, despite flying very low to the ground.

Jane Kyle (no relation to the city), a Texas ufologist, has been documenting UFO sightings across the state for over 10 years. After watching the orb in action, she says a drone can't be ruled out, but that it would have to be a very advanced piece of equipment to behave as it does in the video. Kyle also pointed out that while similar lights have been reported many times in the last 16 years, drones have only been allowed in civilian airspace since 2006.

Where is Kyle, Texas?

Kyle is eight miles north of San Marcos, 20 miles south of Austin, and about 60 miles north of San Antonio. It's also the second largest city in Hays County, according to the city's official website.

KTBC is reporting that a Hays County spokesperson said no one in the county had been notified about anything related to the video, and as of this writing is still waiting to hear back from the city of Kyle.

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