3 Nights ago, I heard the same old odd noise I've heard for the past 2 weeks. It sounds like a jet plane and a prop plane molded together, only in a
very deep base-like sound. Angered by not being able to sleep, I looked out my window to find a triangle shaped object. At first I thought it was a
chopper passing by, with a light on the tail, upper rudder, and body, forming a triangle. But when it kept doing zig zags and not passing by like a
normal heli or plane would, I took an interest. Along with the 3 main lights, it had a center smaller light (probably one of the lights reflecting off
the craft itself) and a bunch of red lights (3-5, probably more) and boy were they bright. The red lights blinked while the white triangle lights
I recorded a bunch of videos over a time of about a half an hour. It was there for an hour or so, then I fell asleep (actually, I got afraid, because
it seemed to try to literally beam one of the bright lights at me, like some kind of retina scan, so I freaked out and closed my eyes, falling
So, here is the you tube video, along with a couple of pictures. Unfortunately, I had little experience with the camera, and couldn't get it to zoom
in until later on. The pics looked like a double image because it was behind a window. It happened between 1:40ish 2:30ish AM on September 6th.
Three small notes:
1) Using Google Earth, it happened around 35 miles almost EXACTLY North of were the NJ UFO supposedly crashed.
Lon 74° 3'20.74"W
2) It made a sound, as I said above, which isn't like triangle UFOs which are usually silent.
3) It may have been some 50 feet or so. It went really fast at times: going out to the Atlantic, then instantly back.
That is not very conclusive, the quality is too poor. Does your camera have night vision capabilities? Look through the manual and practice taking
night shots in order to get better definition. Then if you see it again we will be able to see if it indeed is a triangular object or something else.
Yea I know. I've seen the nigh vision working, but I don't know how to use it. It's fairly stupid in menu structure. There's an option for sunny,
but no night, just cloudy. All I know is it was up there for a long time, so that's what the vids prove.
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