Some of the best footage to date of the infamous and illusive black triangle has been submitted to MUFON on today, the 12th of January. The sighting took place in Royorsford, Pennsylvania back in July of 2013 when the witness states that they were driving home from the local 7/11 on a warm summer night. The witness reports seeing the triangular object hovering over houses that were around 3,500 sq. feet in size, to give a size reference to the object. The viewer was not alone however, and had two other witnesses with him or her in the vehicle.
I would be willing to go out on the limb to say that the craft that this witness observed was a man made, black budget funded TR-3B or variant thereof. And with the amount of R&D taking place along the Eastern Seaboard it just seems all the more likely that we have a homegrown UFO on our hands.
The witness even goes as far to have filed a police report regarding the object.
As some may remember, or are familiar with the late 1981 Hudson Valley UFO flap in which numerous witnesses in the South-Eastern New York are observed a massive triangular and multicolored craft. (For those not familiar with the incident an excellent summary can be read here.)
On Tuesday, Dec. 9th a witness reported having a strange feeling only to look up and see a massive hovering craft. The witness remembered having the crap scared out of them when he/she was younger. Coincidentally around 20 years ago around the time of other mass sightings of black triangles.
You have noticed a trend here of obsessively reporting on cases of black triangles. That is because WSFM, along with many others for that matter, are of the belief that these mysterious craft are not in fact extraterrestrial, but completely a homegrown creation of some engineers in the black world who have a lot of time, and even more money on their hands. Only time will tell, and until you can touch one at an airshow WSFM will continue to bring them to your desktop.
While browsing Youtube I came across this interesting video put out by Lockheed Martin. In the short three minute video, Charles Chase, a futurist with Lockheed, mentions integrating energy storage, sensors, ect. within the skin of an aircraft.
However, this concept is highly reminiscent of Col. Philip J. Corsos’ 1997 book, The Day After Roswell.
“…engineers marveled at the thin amalgam of the most refined copper and purest silver they had ever seen that covered the ship’s underside. The metal was remarkable for its conductivity, as if the entire craft was an electrical circuit offering no resistance to the flow of current.“[p107] Corso, P.J. (1997) The Day After Roswell
Watch below and ask yourself what Lockheed might have been inspired by.