| Two weeks ago, a resident of Grovetown, Georgia took a brief look skyward during a Friday night football game between the Grovetown Warriors and the Lincoln County Red Devils. What he saw in the sky that night immediately arrested his attention.
By Anthony C. Hayes
Moving west to east at a slow rate of speed was a wedge-shaped object – its triangular light configuration clearly visible from the stands. The witness (who wants to remain anonymous) first tried to use his cell phone to record the aberration. When his phone malfunctioned, he borrowed the phone of a friend who had joined him for the game that evening.
The witness later texted the picture to Donnie Brooke, a member of the Georgia Chapter of MUFON (Mutual UFO Network). MUFON is the world’s oldest and largest UFO phenomenon investigative body.
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Georgia family encounters hovering triangle UFO
||By Roger Marsh
A Georgia family at Augusta encountered a hovering triangle-shaped UFO along Furys Ferry Road and drove under the object for a better look, according to testimony in Case 63503 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The husband, wife and son were driving along Furys Ferry Road when they first saw the hovering object about 7:30 p.m. on February 21, 2015.
“Wife thought it was new cell tower or something, but the lights were white and very bright,” the reporting witness stated.
The family drove toward the object.
“Drove underneath and to one side and saw it was a triangle with bright lights at each corner and a small red light in center.” . . .
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Maine family drives by hovering triangle UFO
||By Roger Marsh
Â Â Â Maine witnesses at Augusta who had just left I-95 north at exit 109 reported watching a hovering triangle UFO under 500 feet that made no sound about 8 p.m. on September 7, 2014, according to testimony in Case 59680 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
âWe all noticed something hovering in the sky on the opposite side of the highway in front of us,â the reporting witness stated. âIt was triangular. It was not moving.â
The witness described the object.
âAt each vertex of the triangle there was a white light. The three lights appeared equidistant from each other. We could see a flat bottom and the light allowed us to see a 90-degree angle where the bottom met the edges that then moved up to give the object height. Most of us couldnât stop looking at the edges because they were not anything like any aircraft that we are familiar with.â
The witness described the objectâs color.
âWe could see that the object was a flat metal color. It had no shine to it. Where the light hit the object, it looked like a tin color. There were no color lights at all.â
The entire family was witness to the event. . . .
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