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Monday, March 10, 2014

1986 `Three Light Triangle' UFO - Fayetteville - (Latest MUFON Reports)

I'll have a few comments after the articulate report:
(submitted 3/9 - highlights below)
 
....Then I saw something that seemed out of place. It first appeared to be another airplane but it was much lower than the other two I had seen and was moving much slower. I saw three white lights. They formed a perfect triangle. The lights themselves were quite small. They looked about like stars but they were moving in unison so they certainly weren't stars. There was a dark mass between the lights so it had to be a solid object. I know that because it obscured the stars as it moved. As far as the size, it looked to be about the size of an airliner at an altitude between 500 and 1,000ft. I pointed it out to my mom and uncle. It was moving slow enough that we were able to follow it in our car for some distance. We actually got ahead of it at some point and it flew right over us. My mom and uncle dismissed it as an airplane. I continued watching it as we went on our merry way. A few minutes later, the craft changed from three white lights into one large white light and began to accelerate. My mother and uncle saw it too. Suddenly it took off and vanished. It moved so quickly it left a streak of light in it's wake. About thirty seconds after it disappeared, three large airplanes flying one behind the other and quite close to each other, came from the direction of the air force base. They were at about the same altitude as the UFO heading toward where it was when it disappeared. When they reached about where it had been they started flying in a circle. They remained there for I guess about ten minutes and then headed back toward the air force base. ....
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I'm of the nature that I'm beginning to wonder if the so called 'Military Helicopters and Aircraft' that `visit' these UFO sites in this fashion aren't just some sort of continuation of the entire UFO perception experience.
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