Are Mysterious Triangle UFOs REAL? Sightings of Huge Silent TR-3B Craft Keep Happening
SIGHTINGS of strange triangular UFOs keep being reported, leading to claims aliens could actually be visiting Earth in the mysterious crafts.
The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) has received 15 reports of “triangle UFOs” being spotted in the skies since the start of December.
The MUFON global database of UFO sightings receives hundreds of similar reports each year, with numbers seemingly on the rise.
The reports are often eerily similar, leading to speculation the bizarre UFOs could be REAL.
Many reports tell of a silent triangle shape, defined by a series of lights, that are said to be in some cases as big as a football field, moving slowly across the sky.
The most infamous mass triangle UFO sighting was the Phoenix Lights incident of March 13 1997 over Arizona.
Five lights were seen in a formation by thousands of people over three hours from 7.30pm to 10.30pm.
The sightings took place a cross a 300-mile area from Phoenix to Tucson.
It was blamed by officials as military flares at the time.
Another mysterious case was the Belgian UFO wave from November 1989.
Thirty different groups of witnesses, and three groups of police officers, reported seeing on November 29 a large object flying at low altitude.
The craft was described as “flat, of triangular shape, with lights underneath”, and being silent as it slowly moved across Belgium towards the Netherlands and Germany.
Some alien hunters believe they are the motherships of extraterrestrials visiting Earth.
However, many conspiracy theorists believe they are actually secret aircrafts developed by the US Air Force (USAF) which are being tested.
The TR-3B is alleged by conspiracy theorists to be a secret “black project” spy craft of the US Government that can be flown into space.
The allegations are that these crafts are created at top-secret military bases like Area 51 in Nevada, by reverse engineering alien technology.
Last month Express.co.uk reported on an alleged TR-3B sighting and video that was reported to MUFON after a couple visited close to the mysterious Area 51 USAF base in the Nevada
desert, where conspiracy theorists claim UFO technology is experimented on away from public view.
Scott C Waring, editor of ufosightingsdaily.com, later blogged about the sighting.
He wrote: “The video shows a TR-3B-type craft that is not fully powered up. “When a TR-3B craft is powered, the centre orb will glow the brightest, but here the centre orb is there,
“If this is a TR3B, then its has a higher chance of being a new pilot from the USAF learning to handle the alien technology craft at night so the public doesn’t see it flying about, but
since it lights up like a christmas tree at night…that is actually a foolish assumption.”
MUFON received another report from a witness on December 13, about an alleged sighting at 5am on November 25 above Little Mountain in South Carolina.
The report said: “Planes don’t fly at 4.45 to 5am and no planes are triangle shaped.
“It was hard to see the ship but I saw the outline because of the green lights in the shape of a triangle. It moved without a sound.”
A couple reported seeing one on December 10 at 4.44am over Windsor, Maine.
The report said: “It was large and shaped like a carpenters framing square, triangle shaped, with at least six red lights, and a weird turquoise light that went off at its point.
“It was silent. It made my wife and I sick to our stomachs to see.
“It wasn’t your normal plane it was huge and close enough to make out.”
The reports have kept coming, with another made on December 8, at 8.15pm above Virginia.
The witness said: “I drove right under it near the reservoir on 17.
“Black triangle. It hovered then flew slowly away, no noise. Red and blue lights pulsating.”
Another was seen on December 5 at 8.30pm above Bay Village, Ohio.
The report said: “I thought it was a very very large plane moving extremely slow across the southwest sky.
“It had blinking lights, yellow, golden in colour, and looked to be the shape of a triangle.
“The lights were three to four spaced on either side.
“This object was moving so slowly, a normal plane could not stay up in the sky given the speed of this object. No sounds.”
US-based MUFON is the biggest organisation in the world dedicated to UFO and alien research.
Its chief investigator for Ohio, Ron McGlone, is investigating another local sighting, with an image, from November 29, which was close to the Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
Conspiracy theorists claim this base is a centre for the TR-3B and other experimental crafts because it houses the Air Force Research Laboratory.
The witness from Springfield, also in Ohio, reported a close encounter with a “gigantic, triangular UFO,” according to their testimony.
They were driving along Highway 2-75 approaching Columbus when “lights in the sky” were seen at 10pm.
They said: “Now it was huge, and no longer looked like an airplane because of its massive size and obvious triangular shape.
“And I’m thinking, ‘maybe it’s a plane crashing,’ because we were also near the Wright Patterson Air Force Base and I start hyperventilating and just absolutely freak out and thinking
I was going to die.”
He described it as a “blackish grey base with red lights somewhere on it and on the three corners there were three white lights.”
Although MUFON investigates the bizarre triangle sightings, it still urges caution.
Roger Marsh, MUFON director of communications, said: “Please remember that most UFO sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made.”
But he urged for any UFO sightings to be made to the group.
Scott Brando runs website ufoofinterest.org which exposes hoax UFO sightings.
He is sceptical any unexplainable sightings have been made.
He says the Phoenix Lights Incident was explained as aircraft and military flares.
He told Express.co.uk: “The Phoenix lights were explained with two different events. The first was the flight of five planes in V-shape formation.
“This is what the witness saw in that day.
“The second event was the launch of military flares over Estrella mountains.”
He said of the Belgian UFO Wave: “The Belgian UFO wave began as a normal sighting (some lights in the sky) and then spread virally, but it took more time because at that time the
media coverage had no internet like now.”
Referring to triangle UFOs generally, he added: “About other similar sightings I’d like to see some reports by MUFON, however many formation of sky lanterns or the launch of skydivers
Golden Knights were often mistaken for UFOs.”