Are the triangle crafts back? Starting in the summer of 2014, Texas and other parts of the US and even the world started to receive an onslaught of triangle UFOs. Giant, dark, solid triangular crafts hovering and flying overhead became almost commonplace, until the spring of 2017, when they seemed to fade out. Well, over this past week, TexasUFOs has received a report of a new black triangle, and so has NUFORC. Check out the testimonies here and compare them to photos and videos of past triangle UFOs:
SammyR from Bryan, Texas writes to TexasUFOs:
My friend looked up and saw this dark shadowy object hovering over us. She said in a scared voice look up! I looked up and saw what seemed to be some sort of of black metallic craft moving at a slow pace, sort of just gliding along the sky. It was explainable and I'm still startled at what I saw. There was no sound and it moved eerily through the sky. It sort of had a cloak or disguise to it.
NUFORC Report from September 7th in Richmond, Texas:
Black triangle over Texas.
Here are some photos from recent triangle UFO sightings in Texas:
Could this be the rumored top-secret military craft called the TR-3B that many conspiracy theorists have researched over the years? Or could aliens be surveying us humans in waves, perhaps related to recent natural weather disasters and even warfare here on Earth?
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A giant green fireball was spotted by many Texans on the night of September 12th, and some even got to see and hear it explode!, according to AMSMeteors.org:
Was at a football game and saw what appeared to be a large light green tinted meteor that had come from over my right side and went north. Ended in an explosion. Never saw one before. Surprised by color. - Jackie H
Recently I put a post together about the uptick in meteor sightings in August and September, and well, this is just another one to add to the lot! I'm quite used to the rhythm of UFO and meteor sightings, and we're definitely seeing a healthy amount of sky activity right now!
Did you see this meteor? If so, report your sighting, even if you have a different explanation for what you saw!
Yesterday evening, a really gigantic asteroid got a little too close for comfort, if you ask me. Not to worry, NASA says, because it's too far away to harm us. However, on that same token they say they are ramping up efforts to detect threats like these in advance and prevent them from damaging the planet. Hey Obama, can we get NASA more funding!?
Meanwhile... on the very same evening Texans spotted some pretty spectacular meteors, so certainly the asteroid has - at the very least - flung some stuff our way... and are likely, if not certainly agitating our current wave of storms. Check out these riveting descriptions, reported into the wonderful resource AMSMeteors.org:
A bright streak, going up and to the right, that quickly faded, no smoke, just a very bright streak.. I would like to know if anyone else saw, recorded or reported this phenomenon, it seemed odd that it appeared to be going up, but I'm guessing it was an optical illusion due to its trajectory as it entered the atmosphere. - Adam H. in College Station
This video surfaced a few hours ago of what appears to be Asteroid 1998 QE2 in action:
Here are a few interesting quotes from the USA Today article:
Astronomers plan to study asteroid set to pass Earth to avert future catastrophes.
Here's the full NUFORC report:
Two red and white lights moveing east one stoped and made W movements after I waved at them.
A Texan tweeted about a UFO they saw, describing lights moving through the sky, the pattern of formation and the colors changing all the while.
"Yeah man it was crazy. Lights flashing in patterns moving in a circular motion then disappearing"
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