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An Ohio family reports yet another low-flying triangle (see source link below). So I have to wonder: could the advanced surveillance craft called the TR, which is featured in Whitley Strieber's novel the Grays, actually be real? Admittedly, triangle UFO stories go back too far for them all to be called secret aircraft, but these silent, low-hovering craft, which seem to be showing up more and more often, have me wondering if perhaps Whitley knows more than he is saying. So I emailed him.
Here is his response: "As far as I know, I made up the idea of the TR surveillance platform. But it's far from an impractical idea. It could work, actually. Every functionality and piece of hardware available in the craft I invented in the Grays is available. Put them all together and you get the TR. If it is in testing, it would be logical to start field testing here in the US rather than abroad. This way, UFO reports like this one could be read and procedures and systems evaluated based on exactly which witnesses notice them and why. So, yes, I think it's possible that these could be manmade surveillance systems in testing. As far as having inside information, though, I have none."
However, as we all know, his books do have an uncanny way of turning out to be true...
Whitley Strieber comments: "You want an audience? Simple. Lie. You'll sell out the house every time. Tell the truth, though, and you'll have four people in the room. Thing is, those four people will be really worth knowing."