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It had been raining and storming most of the morning and then there was some calm in which I felt it was okay to run into town to do some errands.
Upon returning home and just after turning onto a county road, I was probably no more than 250' down the road when (simultaneously I believe) a deafening crash of thunder and a tremendous bolt of lightning hit on the side of the road approx. I somehow knew this and instinctively ducked my head downwards as I kept hold of the steering wheel because I felt that the car was going to be hit.
Instantaneously, a bright light appeared in the middle of my room it was a ball of 20cm floating with a soft trembling (120cm over the floor), its color was the color of the "electricity", I mean the same color of lightings, it was there by 3-5sec then suddenly again desappeared, no explosion, no sound.
I was alone with closed doors, my window also closed but the curtains were open.
Then I listened my brothers calling me to go upstairs to the terrace roof, where they showed me the tree in front of our house (and also in front of my room) that belongs to our neighbour, around 20mts away of our house, it had one of its branches completely burned; then I realized a lightning had struck the tree, and also we thought that was the source of the ball lightning I saw in my bedroom.
Sdenka SALAS Dallas, TX June 15, 2012--Am asleep during severe thunderstorm (in early a.m.) with enough loud thunder & lightning to semi-rouse me.
It was red, like a tomato with yellow streaks in it.
As I got closer to it, it looked more like a bubble or ball, it was a see through blue and in the middle it had redness to it and it was bobbing slightly up and down moving at a humans walking pace.
It was near the power-line and moving slowly away from it.
The ball was a little larger than a baseball and appeared white with a yellowish tinge.
It floated out into the center of room and seemed to hover just above the floor, lasting no more than 30 seconds before it disappeared with an audible pop.
NHarrison I experienced what I believe must have been a form of ball lightning in the mid-1980s.