These photos were just emailed to me from a buddy of mine that works in the professional sports media world as a camera man for television such as FOX Sports, NFL, MLB, NBA, PGA, etc...
He is a trustworthy guy, a stand up man. He has a co-worker/friend that shot these over Houston, Texas following the MLB All-Star Game at the Minute Maid (Enron) baseball stadium just this past week. Notice, the UFO flying over town!
(Thanks to Coast to Coast AM)
The following are 2 other reports from Houston, TX, on the day before the above photograph was taken, describing possibly similar objects. (source: National UFO Reporting Center)
Occurred : 7/13/2004 15:20 (Entered as : 07/13/1904 15:20)
Reported: 7/21/2004 2:02:04 PM 14:02
Location: Houston, TX
Circle floating in and out of clouds on a dead still day at about 2000 feet. Near Hobby airport departure lanes (surprisingly close to one departing turboprop).. Circle moving in and out of clouds, though clouds were not moving. Changed location from above me to about 5-miles away in very short period of time and hovered there for a period of time. I am a pilot, this was not a ballon or other aircraft.
((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous. PD))
Occurred : 7/13/2004 16:20 (Entered as : 07/13/2004 16:20)
Reported: 7/13/2004 3:36:04 PM 15:36
Location: Houston, TX
White oval moving in still sky from near downtown to over Astrodome area. Did not rise above clouds and did not move above clouds so not a balloon. Hovered in East of my position then moved to a Southerly position very quickly and hovered further (all in a still sky). Grew tired of watching and left after 20 minutes.
((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain anonymous. PD))
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