Out There stories relating to "Black Triangle"
Sunday, October 19, 2014
The ten miners who report seeing three enormous black triangles pass overhead a low altitude may well be describing a genuine unknown. There have been a very large number of black triangles sighted recently. They are always silent, often at low altitude, and moving slowly. These three objects are no exception to this rule.
The UFO phenomenon has been lingering in the background for over sixty years. What would happen if it suddenly came into focus? There is really a great deal of activity lately, and mankind is approaching the environmental crisis the visitors have been warning about virtually from the beginning of the modern emergence of the phenomenon.
Friday, October 3, 2014
A witness got in touch with Unknowncountry.com to describe the low flyover of a triangle UFO in the Hillcrest neighborhood of San Diego last night at approximately 8:15 PM. The object was extremely low and very large. It was a dark color and he could see that it appeared to be solid. It was outlined with pale orange lights. One of the lights detached itself as the object flew directly over the witness's head, moved in a circle, and joined another of the lights. The object was absolutely silent, and so far there are no other witness reports and no known video.
San Diego is a major area for sightings of black triangles and also an important US military installation with large Marine and Navy presences. The source linked here details a number of other recent triangle sightings in the San Diego area.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Military pilots reported a low-flying triangular UFO flying just 500 feet overhead. It was evening, but there was enough light in the sky for them to observe it in detail. It had no vertical stabilizer and had a row of pulsating white lights along its trailing edge. Flying with it was a smaller craft.
One witness said that he could see seams in the dull black material the object was made of, but no regulation anti-collision lights.
The description is similar to hundreds of others about dark colored, low flying slow triangles, and another example of how these objects just don't go away, and neither are they explained.
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Low flying triangles are now commonplace in the United States. Are they US serveillance aircraft, or something very much stranger. For other recent stories, click here
. Out There's best guess: whomever overflew Arizona in 1997 likes it here and has decided to hang out, at least for a while.
Friday, April 1, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Monday, March 28, 2011
This is quite a clear video of the lights of a dark triangle that are very commonly seen, usually at low altitudes, in the US. These are not FAA-approved strobes, which would--or should--be present on any aircraft flying outside of military restricted airspace in the United States. As the creator of this video has been identified, there is no evidence of hoax, and the lights are not FAA approved, this video is graded B.
Saturday, March 26, 2011
This isn't an effect. It's unlikely to be a kite. It could be a balloon, but it seems unaffected by the wind. Probable unknown triangular craft. Graded B.
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Thanks to our site designer James Beeson of Referensys.com for this one!
Monday, December 27, 2010
Friday, November 26, 2010
This story from 1974 is a reminder of just how long black triangles have been sighted, and Missouri has been a hotbed of these reports for three decades.