About LITS

Object captured in photo by SW.
About "Lights in the Texas Sky"

I began LITS (Lights in the Texas Sky) in 2008, after having captured a UFO in a photograph.  At the time I was taking photos of clouds after a storm.  I didn't see the object at the time I took the photo but it has since been analyzed by experts in photography (aside from myself) and has been verified authentic and "unidentifiable".

That same year (2008), I later had several first hand sightings.  Up until that time, I had never given UFOs more than a passing thought.  I'd seen strange aerial phenomena before but life in general took precedence over such whimsical thoughts.

It wasn't until I actually was "chased" and threatened by an unidentified flying object, that I made the decision to get to the bottom of this UFO phenomena and bring the public in on the "investigation".

Then in 2009, I had a close encounter of the 4th kind, that changed my life forever, resulting in physical damage to my body and the release of years of suppressed memories.

It is now my goal to study, albeit scrutinize the subject of UFOs and Aliens, to inform the public and expose the truth behind the UFO phenomena.

On occasion, I do onsite investigations of sightings here in Texas.  It is my goal to have other investigators around Texas and even the U.S., that will volunteer to investigate other sightings reports.  This is all volunteer, with no compensation other than the reward of helping others.  However, donations for gas money to and from on site investigations are greatly appreciated.


I have a background in professional photography and have owned and operated a custom photo lab and studio; have also worked with law enforcement and am a forensic artist and a photograph analyst.  I've also been told I am very "intuitive".

On a personal note, I am married to a 13 year Army veteran, who is the love of my life.  I have two children (son and daughter) and a beautiful grand daughter, who is almost grown! 

I live with my spouse on a small farm 50 miles East/Northeast of Abilene, near the "oil boom" town known as Breckenridge.


LITS has acquired two new investigator "trainees" and several who have expressed interest in a 'training session'.  I hope to schedule one soon.

As I write this today, there have been over a quarter of a million page views on this site.  I've received many sightings reports and a good number of kudos for my work.  I must be doing what I was intended to do.  I sincerely appreciate all my readers and those who report their sightings.  Many thanks!

Knowledge is power!

Keep watching the skies.

With kindest regards,

Sunny Williams, a.k.a. Sky Watcher


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