I'm not claiming an outer space origin. I'm claiming an electro magnetic origin. Like lightning but contained in a ball. Some people even use the term ball lightning.
and the witness reported feeling nauseous.
Another low flying orb, this one is interesting because Ivanov spoke of "heat rays".
That could be a drone with a flashlight controlled by local kids.
There are too many possible causes of nausea to establish a direct connection to the lights. If we say so for the sake of the argument, photosensitivity may even trigger seizures in certain people. That still could be a drone with a flashlight... or something else of course. The balance of probability is on the drone's side when compared to some outer space origin of that light.
Hey is that why i'm posting on a thread called.....
Wait for it......
The Real Ball Lightning theory!!
Drone is still more plausible explanation for the light in the picture. I am only judging by the picture as we don't have more data. Nausea of the witness is inconclusive at best.
Full reportA Tennessee witness at Elizabethton reported watching a large, low-flying, triangle-shaped object, according to testimony in Case 85762.
The witness began to feel light-headed and queasy just before seeing the object at 11:26 p.m. on August 8, 2017.
“We were traveling northeast when I first spotted very bright lights in the sky to our right,” the witness stated. “We pulled over facing Waffle House. It had two really bright, white lights that caught our attention on its front like headlights. It was flying very low over trees and buildings. Did not see nose of a plane. It appeared triangular. It flew diagonally to our left and behind us southwest to west. We turned around and pulled over near QP and observed as it appeared to hover over a mountain west-southwest. Noticed it wobbling. Was blinded by light after which did not see it anywhere.”
Tennessee MUFON Field Investigator Leonteen "Lonnie" Connolly closed this case as an Unknown Aerial Vehicle.
“She and her husband were driving in the Elizabethton, Tennessee, business district preparing to get gas and shop at a nearby Walmart store when the witness started to feel queasy and unsettled,” Connolly stated in his report. “She further described the feeling as much stronger than mere queasiness, but rather like standing on a moving dock on water, and then also added that she felt as though riding on a roller coaster. The couple witnessed a large triangular craft flying low just above trees at 1498 W. Elk Avenue in Elizabethton. The light was very bright, nearly blinding, so they stopped to view the craft better and described it as very large, totally silent with blinking lights that flew over their car and then toward the nearby mountain and over it.”
Then they noticed that the craft stopped.
“Just out of sight but still able to see the blinking lights, the witness noticed the craft stop and hover. She had gotten out of the car but had to brace herself on the car window to settle her disorientation. The craft then moved on out of sight from the northwest to the southwest of her position. Her husband told her he did not recognize it as any craft he was familiar with. The witness described the distance of the craft to be approximately 200 degrees above the horizon at about 1,470 feet elevation (according to a phone app the husband was using to monitor it).
“In the supplied video, an mp4 file, I observed what appeared to be a very large, silent craft just as was described by the witness but could discern no movement due to the movement by the witness. The entire description was very similar to an earlier case I had been assigned in January of this year, MUFON case #81628. The witness described a silent, gliding, triangular craft in the same county in the city of Kingsport, Tennessee.”
Elizabethton is a city in, and the county seat of, Carter County, Tennessee, population 13,372.