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Aircraft mechanic encounters massive, silent flying triangle near interstate

Date: May 23, 2001
Location: Allen Park, Michigan, United States

"The object was unmistakably triangle-shaped and extended beyond the width of both north and south bound lanes of M-39, at an altitude approximated between 500 and 1,000 feet. Mr. J. told me that his years of experience working around aircraft (including the military), left him with the feeling that this aerial object was not an airplane."


Witness drawing of UFO to approximated scale. (Credit: Darryl Barker)

Source: Darryl Barker (Producer: 'Edge of Reality' documentary on Illinois sightings)
[go to original source]

FLYING TRIANGLE MAKES APPEARANCE NEAR MICHIGAN INTERSTATE

"In July, 2002, I received an e-mail from a resident of Allen Park, Michigan. A phone conversation ensued and the witness described the following experience. The man, herein known as Mr. J., is a jet aircraft mechanic of 30 years, and is currently employed as such. On May 23, 2001, he was driving home from the job at approximately 1:30 a.m. on the eastbound I-94 expressway and had exited onto M-39 South Field Road when he sighted, through the front windshield of his truck, three very bright white lights ahead of him. The object was unmistakably triangle-shaped and extended beyond the width of both north and south bound lanes of M-39, at an altitude approximated between 500 and 1,000 feet. Mr. J. told me that his years of experience working around aircraft (including the military), left him with the feeling that this aerial object was not an airplane. The object passed directly over his vehicle and although Mr.J. rolled the window down and listened for a sound; there was no sound from the object.

At the time Mr. J. and I spoke on the phone, I was not engaged in posting any information regarding flying triangle sightings that were was not directly related to the January 5, 2000 Illinois case. Due to my recent posting of supporting cases on this website, I contacted Mr. J. again on October 22, 2003, and he agreed to a recorded audio report. Mr. J's case is consistent with those of other witnesses who have been sending me reports from the Northern Illinois and Michigan areas. This report, like the January 5, 2000 case, is unmistakably indicative of an ongoing overflight by an airship of large proportions. The contention that these sightings are the products of eager imagination is no longer acceptable. The real question is, what is in our airspace that no one in an official capacity wants to acknowledge?"

 

Source: http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case588.htm
 
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