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Black triangle - Manchester CT

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posted on Jun, 15 2006 @ 08:34 PM
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Can anyone tell me if these or at least the one I will describe below have been identified to be some sort of plane?

2 days ago @ aprox 2:00 A.M. in Manchester, Ct.

A very low flying black triangle having somewhat large round lights at each tip. I did not see any blinking lights with standard planes. I didn't notice any noise or at least remembered any.

I have seen this thing at least twice before once with a red light between the two rear white lamps.

I will try to remember compact flash next time. darn

Anyway each time was very low. One time I was one do a 90 bank. Also dived down in a metro area which was very odd.




posted on Jun, 15 2006 @ 08:38 PM
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It could have been a stealth plane



posted on Jun, 15 2006 @ 08:38 PM
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Do you have an idea on how big it was?



posted on Jun, 15 2006 @ 10:44 PM
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this sounds almost EXACTLY what i saw back in 1995, i think it was. i was walking my dog at night, when i looked up in the sky and saw something very eerie. it was a triangle shaped aircraft not more than maybe 300 feet up, it was way low to the ground. the strangest things about it was that it appeared to be moving incredibly slow, almost to the point it wasnt moving at all. also it didnt make any noise, the thing was totally silent. i could tell it was a triangle because it was close enough i could make out the silouette and the lights were such that they were kind of in a triangle shape. the lights also were not blinking. being that at the time i was living in st.louis i assumed it was likely some Boeing (they bought McDonnellDouglas) project. the plane wasnt that big i didnt think so maybe it was a drone or RPV of some sort. it did seem risky to me to be flying it over where i lived which was a very densly populated suburb of st. louis. even back then i knew of aurora. i may have only been 14 when i saw it but i sure as heck know what i saw and this and other claims such as those from the oil rig worker just verify what i saw. my dad and sister saw it too, so they can back me up on this. it was probably the oddest experience of my life.



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