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Flying ‘Triangle’ Reported By Police Officer | UFO CHRONICLE –1960

New Angle Added to Flying Saucers - Omaha World-Herald (9-16-1960)

     A police officer says he saw a flying triangle.

Officer Don Anderson at the West Los Angeles police station said a woman called at 7:30 am to report she saw an object hovering about 300 hundred feet to four hundred feet above the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Santa Monica. Several others called about it.

Officer Anderson went outside and saw it too. …

Omaha World-Herald
9-16-1960

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Triangle UFO Reported Hovering at Treetop Level

Triangle UFO Reported Hovering at Treetop Level
“It began to slowly, and at an extremely smooth and constant speed, fly over my car heading the opposite direction as me. As it passed overhead I saw that it had three red lights on all three corners and the front one was blinking.”

     A Georgia witness at Moultrie reported watching a triangle UFO with lights at each corner hover and then move directly overhead silently at the treetop level, according to testimony in Case 80091 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was driving at 7:45 p.m. on October 28, 2016, and stopped at an intersection.

“I saw a strange object right in front of me in the sky that was sitting still,” the witness stated.“I thought it was a plane, but it was way too


By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
11-8-16

close to the ground to be a plane. So I rolled my windows down to listen just to be sure.”

The object was completely silent.

“It began to slowly, and at an extremely smooth and constant speed, fly over my car heading the opposite direction as me. As it passed overhead I saw that it had three red lights on all three corners and the front one was blinking.”

As the witness continued to watch, a white light turned on along the right corner of the craft, right beside the red light.

“I tried to see if the white light was coming from a window, but could not tell due to its speed. I want to make it very clear that I saw the outline and bottom of the craft as well as the lights on the end, and I am 100 percent certain that it was not a plane or jet of any sort.”

The witness finally moved through the intersection. …

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Triangle UFO Reported Hovering at Treetop Level

Triangle UFO Reported Hovering at Treetop Level
“It began to slowly, and at an extremely smooth and constant speed, fly over my car heading the opposite direction as me. As it passed overhead I saw that it had three red lights on all three corners and the front one was blinking.”

     A Georgia witness at Moultrie reported watching a triangle UFO with lights at each corner hover and then move directly overhead silently at the treetop level, according to testimony in Case 80091 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was driving at 7:45 p.m. on October 28, 2016, and stopped at an intersection.

“I saw a strange object right in front of me in the sky that was sitting still,” the witness stated.“I thought it was a plane, but it was way too


By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
11-8-16

close to the ground to be a plane. So I rolled my windows down to listen just to be sure.”

The object was completely silent.

“It began to slowly, and at an extremely smooth and constant speed, fly over my car heading the opposite direction as me. As it passed overhead I saw that it had three red lights on all three corners and the front one was blinking.”

As the witness continued to watch, a white light turned on along the right corner of the craft, right beside the red light.

“I tried to see if the white light was coming from a window, but could not tell due to its speed. I want to make it very clear that I saw the outline and bottom of the craft as well as the lights on the end, and I am 100 percent certain that it was not a plane or jet of any sort.”

The witness finally moved through the intersection. …

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Triangular Shaped UFO Videotaped Over New Jersey | VIDEO

Triangular Shaped UFO Videotaped Over New Jersey 12-24-13

By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
2-2-16

     A New Jersey witness at Hazlet reported watching and videotaping a silent, triangle UFO with three red lights, according to testimony in Case 53663 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was returning from a friend’s house on Christmas Eve 2013 when the object was first seen.

“I was making a right turn from Highway 36 onto Middle Road in Hazlet, N.J.,” the witness stated.“After I made a turn me and my wife saw three red objects round in shape moving slowly east about 100 feet above the houses on the right hand side of Middle Road.”

The witness stopped his vehicle at the first house next to Airport Plaza shopping center.

“I pulled out my cell phone to video the object. When I started to video the object it was over me and it started moving straight up. There were no sounds coming from the object. I kept taping it until I couldn’t see it anymore.”

New Jersey MUFON State Section Director Ed Dobson investigated this case and closed it as an Unknown. The case was reported to MUFON on January 22, 2014.

“The object is described as being triangular in shape and having red and white pulsating lights,” Dobson stated in his report.“It was unknown degrees above the horizon and first being noticed out of the west. The witness puts the size between 101-300 feet.

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Triangular-Shaped UFO Flying Low Over Columbia, Tennessee

Triangular-Shaped UFO Flying Low Over Columbia, Tennessee

By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
1-6-16

     A Tennessee witness at Columbia reported watching a slow moving, triangle-shaped UFO with bright white and red lights, according to testimony in Case 73483 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was walking to his mini van parked on his driveway to pick up his girlfriend from workwhen he saw three “incredibly bright lights” moving toward him.

“The lights were moving parallel to Highway 31 from the north towards the south,” the witness stated.“The object was moving so slow and the lights were so bright it made me stop instantly in my tracks.”

The witness could not see the body of the craft, but could tell it was large and quickly became curious how it was moving so slow without falling.

“The three bright lights/object were heading behind the roof tops of the homes to my left so I went and got into the van, pointing north, waiting for it to reappear on my side of roof tops. Well, that took a tiny bit longer than expected. It either slowed down more or stopped for a brief second, but finally crossed over the roof tops back into view. Once the object was in my sight again I could start to see the bottom of the object and it started making a banked turn.”

The witness said that looking at the bottom of the craft was a complete surprise.

“It was totally lit up with multiple large, bright lights, and I could see a perfect triangular outline of the object.”

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Triangular-Shaped UFO Sighted at the Nellis AFB Nuclear Weapons Storage Area

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Air Force Nuclear Bomb Depot (Area 2) at Nellis AFB
Credit: Las Vegas Review-Journal

By Robert Hastings
www.theufochronicles.com
4-22-15

     Christopher Cabrera recently told me, “I was a Security Forces member in the United States Air Force from 1998 to 2002. Beginning in October 1998, I was stationed at Nellis AFB, Nevada, where I witnessed two separate, strange and unexplainable incidents while on duty.” He continued:

At the time I arrived in [Las] Vegas, Nellis’ ‘Area 2’ served as one of two main Air Force nuclear weapons depots in the United States and ranked 4th in the world, in terms of the number of stored nuclear warheads. The 896th Munitions Squadron, a unit of the USAF Materiel Command, oversaw them in conjunction with the Air Combat Command.

Along the perimeter of Area 2 were numbered markers which were assigned to security teams known as ‘Whiskey’ posts/patrols. As a perimeter security team/patrol we were tasked to cover approximately 20 markers per team. Most teams/patrols were composed of two members who drove pickup trucks while other teams/patrols had up to four members and drove Humvees.

The first incident I witnessed occurred in late 1998, while working with a partner on the Southwest perimeter patrol. I worked the 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. shift. It was winter and by 5:45 p.m. it was completely dark.

Approximately 15 minutes before leaving my shift for the day, my patrol met up with the Northeast patrol at one of the markers to chat, before being relieved of our duties. Our trucks were parked facing southeast, when all four of us noticed three extremely bright lights blinking sequentially in a vertical, triangular formation. The event lasted about 10 seconds and the lights were so bright that it felt like it was daytime again.

The first light to shine was at the apex of the formation, then the second light, which was at the bottom left of the formation, and then the third light, at the bottom right. They did this pattern at least twice, fading in-and-out rather than just blinking on-and-off. The color was a light amber color when fully lit and a dark amber color right before it disappeared.

The bottom two lights were about 100 feet off the ground; all four of us had to look up slightly to see them. They seemed to be about a quarter-mile from us, or maybe a little closer. They didn’t seem like separate objects but lights affixed to one solid object. No clear outline could be seen but this thing blocked out the stars behind it. There was no sound at all; it was eerily quiet.

Once the light display was over, we all were asking one another if we really had seen what we saw and, most importantly, what was it? Next, we immediately notified our Control Center of the incident, as it was our duty to do so.

Even though it was our shift-change, Control put a halt to any patrol movements inside the Area and sent an outer perimeter team, called an Oscar patrol, to investigate. Another patrol with a senior member decided to assist the Oscar patrol in the investigation. The process took about 30 minutes and then the shift-change was allowed to proceed. I, along with my partner and the other patrol who witnessed the incident, were called into our Flight Chief’s office to discuss what had happened.
When we entered the lobby outside of his office, were told to fill out an incident form. We were then asked general questions by our Flight Chief and then separately pulled into the his office and asked to tell our story in detail. During my conversation with him, I never got the impression that he didn’t believe me.

Right before he allowed us to head home for the night, he strictly instructed us that the incident never happened said that we were never to talk amongst ourselves or to anyone else about the incident. We were threatened with dishonorable discharge, among other things, which was very confusing and angered me.

The next day, as part of our morning meeting, the Flight Chief addressed the whole staff, saying that there was no incident the night before and that no one should talk about it or they would face stiff penalties. As instructed, my co-workers and I never talked about it.

I never found out what happened to our incident reports and never found out if it was further investigated. I continued to work in the Area as a sentry for another five months until I was promoted to working at the Armory, within Area 2, for three more years. Although I didn’t experience any other incidents during the rest of my time at Area 2, others did report strange lights, disembodied voices, shadow-like humanoids and strange claw marks on certain surfaces.

At this point, I told Cabrera that I had heard about sightings of “shadow people” at Area 2 from another former Security Policeman (SP) who had worked there from 2002 to 2008. This individual gave me a detailed written statement and allowed me to record a telephone interview with him in 2010. I found him to be credible, cautious in his assessments, but nevertheless unequivocal in his remarks to me. In one email he wrote, “My experiences involved:

● Unexplained lights in the sky to include lights that hover, move in irregular patterns, appear for entire nights and disappear the next, and a unique incident involving a small light at very close proximity that caused a chase by security personnel

● Inexplicable penetration alarms with odd phenomena at the scene to include metallic taste in the air, humanoid sightings, extreme temperature differences and loss of radio communications

● Sudden commercial power failures and failure of back-up generators

● Sightings of humanoids, shadowy figures, foot chases, and a weapons-free incident

● Animal mutilations

● Harassment of security personnel [by superiors who mandated strict secrecy]

Although he had provided me with his DD-214 service record, and told me that I could publish his statements, this individual later became concerned about possible official repercussions relating to his disclosures and ceased communications with me. Consequently, I will not identify him here.

In any case, this former SP told me that one night in 2004, he had had a humanoid sighting himself, of a silhouette-like, 8- or 9-foot-tall figure that outran three teams of SPs who were sent to investigate a mysterious light seen in a distant corner of the weapons storage compound.

Upon arriving at the location in vehicles, no light could be found. However, seconds later, one SP spotted the towering figure, visible against the moon-lit sky, which quickly turned and ran. After disappearing over a rise in the terrain, with six Security Policemen in hot pursuit, the unknown intruder seemingly vanished into thin air.

Upon relating this testimony to Cabrera, he seemed relieved that someone else had reported such an encounter, telling me that he was concerned that I would think him a liar or mentally unbalanced.

He then mentioned a former colleague, who had arrived at Area 2 just before the end of his tour of duty there, had also reported incidents involving the so-called shadow people. I later spoke with this person by telephone, who described his sightings—two, in daylight—but he ultimately decided not elaborate in writing or on audiotape. Regardless, I consider his comments to me to be credible and it was clear that he had been deeply affected by the encounters.

One might be tempted to dismiss these humanoid sightings as ridiculous “ghost stories” told by young, bored military guards to pass the time. However, given their Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) status—whereby a Security Policeman could be immediately reassigned away from guarding nuclear weapons if his mental stability were in question—these guys had absolutely no reason to go around spreading UFO and humanoid sighting stories. Nevertheless, they did, sometimes informing their superiors, whereupon they were told never to discuss the incidents again, rather than being reassigned.

In any case, Cabrera then continued with his narrative:

I was supposed to be discharged in late July 2002 but was held at Nellis for two more months. During this time, I did go on base Police patrols, worked on the flight line and at the various entry control points. Every now and then, we were tasked and sent to work at certain off-site stations and other bases.

One of the places we were sent to was called Indian Springs, now known as Creech Air Force Base. We were there to fill-in at the entry control points at the front gate and another entrance. Indian Springs was located approximately 30 miles from Nellis, but it took over an hour to get there while traversing the barren desert landscape.

I found out during my time at Main Base, that Indian Springs was primarily a practice spot for the Air Force Thunderbirds. There was also a rumor that it was also the testing ground for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Drone fighters. There were rumblings as well, of UFOs and humanoid beings that were spotted there.

I had worked Indian Springs a handful of times and always found it to be very unusual. There were never many people there and the activity was extremely low. It was like a ghost town sometimes. I never stayed late when working there so I never experienced what the nightlife was like.

One morning in late September 2002, I was told that I was to go there and fill-in at their entry control point for one shift, which was to begin at 7 a.m. and end at around 5 p.m. I was to be partnered with another individual but when I arrived, there was no partner so I proceeded to work my schedule as planned, but on my own.

At 5 p.m. I was eagerly anticipating the end of my shift but no one showed up to relieve me. I called Nellis to get an update and was told that there was a slight delay and that I would be picked up soon. About 45 minutes later, I decided to step out of the ECP—entry control point—and get some air. It was dark by this time and the environment seemed different to me; almost foreign.

I looked at the night sky. It was a cold, crisp night with tons of stars. For some reason, I felt compelled to look behind me towards the base. When I did, an amber/red orb caught my eye as it hovered motionless over Indian Springs. I stared at it for about two minutes when, suddenly, a red beam shot out from the orb and hit the side of the nearest mountain. The beam lasted about one minute and I noticed what looked like molten rock dripping from the mountain. The beam abruptly ceased and the orb just disappeared. A few seconds later, the molten effect on the mountain also dissipated. This incident took me aback and I was really eager to leave the base. Finally, I was relieved of duty, about 20 minutes later, and left Indian Springs for the last time.

Learning what could happen from my 1998 incident, I never told anyone. My fear was that I would be dishonorably discharged and/or be dropped in rank and ridiculed the rest of my time in the Air Force. These two incidents have changed my life profoundly and I stand by what I’ve stated.

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Confronting The [UFO] Triangles

Confronting The [UFO] Triangles

By Billy Cox
De Void
4-1-15

     When it comes to The Great Taboo, everyone’s got an angle. Few are as unique as David Marler’s specialization bonanza — Triangular UFOs: An Estimate of the Situation — which came out in 2013. Relentlessly, perhaps obsessively, informed, Marler’s profile of the triangles is remarkable for its historical depth as well as its dogged and exhaustively-sourced quest for baseline details. In fact, it may be the most cogent and challenging account of the ongoing mystery since Leslie Kean’s UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record became a New York Times bestseller in 2010.

Initially intrigued by the 1989-91 Belgian UFO wave, Marler plunged headlong into the controversy following the southern Illinois sightings of Jan. 5, 2000, which became famous for, among other things, igniting befuddled radio chatter among multiple police departments (see below). His family also has a riveting personal back story that no doubt greased the skids for his curiosity. Anyhow, last weekend at a Florida MUFON meeting in Valrico, Marler made his pitch for a centralized and accessible digital database. As he informed nearly 70 listeners, those who suspect classified military technology is the culprit may be in for an ice bath. Marler states the first documented discussion of observable triangles appears in — wait for it — an 1882 edition of Scientific American. More than a century ago, astronomers claimed to have detected “triangular luminous appearances” traversing the glow of the moon. Marler fleshes out additional 19th century references, as well as 20th-century triangle encounters observed generations before stealth designs were factored into the U.S. arsenal.

Almost as amazing as the voluminous compendium of incidents is the mind’s-eye image of Marler — or practically anybody, actually — sifting through reams of ancient newspaper, magazine, and journal articles to stitch these narrative threads together. But here it is:

An International News Service piece about 300 West Berliners reporting triangles above the divided city in 1953; Texas sheriff’s deputies reconstructing a highway game of cat-and-mouse for the Houston Chronicle in 1965; law enforcement agents relating tales of a “pyramidal UFO” to the Memphis Press-Scimitar in 1977; multiple witnesses, including a named FAA air traffic controller, detailing for California’s Auburn Journal how a delta-shaped object followed a major freeway in 1978; “hundreds of residents” from Kansas to Missouri witnessing a triangle event in 1980 and chronicled in Missouri’s Express & News daily; Fort Worth’s Cross Country News recording how “hundreds of sightings” of triangle-shaped objects erupted across Florida, Georgia, Ohio and Michigan during two days in 1975 — this stuff goes on and on and on.

In short, said Marler, who began to have suspicions about military candor during his formal requests for radar data on the 1/5/2000 Illinois case, in reviewing more than a hundred years’ worth of reports, “We don’t see an evolution in the technology of triangular UFOs . . . We’re dealing with a tangible phenomenon that’s been around for a long time.”

The licensed hypnotherapist offered some broad characteristics about triangle-class UFOs:

The overwhelming majority are nocturnal and silent. Landing cases are virtually non-existent. More often than not, they’re seen cruising speeds at below-radar altitudes, but they can rapidly accelerate. The suckers are large, averaging 200-300 feet in length. They can hover and make sideways right-angle turns without banking. They can move in non-aerodynamic fashion, broad edges forward, tapered edges aft. Superstructures are sometimes observed, as well as shape-shifting properties. In fact, according to unfiltered National UFO Reporting Center surveys, categorically speaking, triangles trail only “lights” in eyewitness volume. In a 2012 listing of configurations, in fact, flying-saucer discs don’t even rate a bronze.

“What we need,” Marler said in an appeal for more volunteer investigators, “are more bodies in the field” to gather data. After all, say MUFON officials, a revolution in optical technology with the potential to generate mountains of evidence is right around the corner. More later on that.

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Hovering, Triangular Shaped UFO Spotted By Motorists

Hovering Triangular Shaped UFO Spotted By Motorists

Georgia family encounters hovering triangle UFO

By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
2-24-15

     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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Triangular Shaped UFO Sighted Over Basking Ridge, New Jersey

Triangular Shaped UFO Sighted Over Basking Ridge, New Jersey

By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
2-2-15

     A New Jersey witness at Basking Ridge reported watching a fast moving, black, triangle UFO, according to testimony in Case 62925 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was driving westbound along Spring Valley Boulevard at 6:50 p.m. on January 27, 2015, when the object was noticed “just under the cloud cover.”

“I observed a very large, black triangular object with flashing red, white and blue lights,” the witness stated. “It was moving at a very high speed and was not making the sounds that a low flying airplane would.”

The witness had trouble keeping the object in view.

“I kept losing it among tall trees and houses, but I did follow it long enough (and saw it enough times) to see it make a sharp turn downward and to the left, all the while its lights flashing brightly and appearing to alternate in color from red to white to blue.”

The witness was still looking for the object when he reached his destination.

“I parked in front of my house and ran from my car just as the craft disappeared from view above and behind the trees of the Bonnie Brae School. . . .

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Motorist Snaps Photos of Triangular Shaped UFO

Low Flying Triangular Shaped UFO Over Valley Forge, PA 1-12-15

By Roger Marsh
OpenMinds.tv
1-13-15

     A Pennsylvania witness at Valley Forge reported watching a “brightly lit, triangular-shaped object hovering over the trees,” according to testimony in Case 62584 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was driving home from work northwest along Gulph Road towards Phoenixville and away from King of Prussia when the object was first noticed.

“I noticed three very bright lights just over the tree line in the distance,” the witness stated. “I think I noticed them just about the time I passed the Washington Memorial Chapel. The lights were side-by-side.” . . .

. . . “It was moving, but slowly. When I was finally back on a straight part of the road, I had decided that this was just too weird and started snapping pictures. As I got closer it was more apparent to me that this wasn’t a plane or a helicopter. I considered pulling over, but had someone behind me. It was also very dark and 17 degrees outside.” . . .

. . . “This is when I realized that it was literally just above the tree line and shaped like a triangle. Once I was past the lights I could distinguish the shape vividly.”

The witness was upset over the experience. . . .

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