Friday, December 11, 2009
Huge Triangle UFO Witnessed Over Illinois
MUFON Case # 20941
Reporting Date: December 10, 2009
Sighting Date: October 20, 2005
Location: Moline, Illinois
Report: Gigantic black isosceles triangle the size of a large air-craft-carrier ship flew over our neighborhood at 1,000 foot altitude and was seen by me and significant other simultaneously.
We could see lights at the apex of the angles of the triangle and these lights were a dull yellow/white; you could see the structure of the underside of the craft and it looked like a starship as you might imagine in a Star Wars movie script.
The craft was totally silent and moving West to East at very slow speed, estimating at perhaps 15 to 20 miles per hour.
The craft continued East for another 1/2 mile or so -- still visible because the lights of the city were illuminating the object -- and it banked to the left (North) and then took off at incredible speed, estimating at some hundreds to thousands of miles an hour instantly and disappeared into the night in the North.
We were dumb-struck by the sighting. Totally silent, huge, isosceles triangle, structure underneath, lights at apex were not colored red/green or any real color than a dull dirty yellowish. No visible means of power; no jets, no sound, no hum... nothing.
It had to be antigravity being that huge and silent. And the speed as it took off was simply amazing indicating it was no blimp or other terrestrial craft as it appeared to defy physics at that point; from just barely moving to like Mach 10 instantly and gone.
We filed a police report at the time. Police took report and that's the last we've heard of it.
It was absolutely clearly seen and huge, silent... not from here. I would have liked to have seen radar records from the local airport of the time in question but whoever was piloting this craft had, apparently, no concerns about being seen so I suspect the craft was not visible to radar.
There is a military base in the same general locale but this thing was nothing like I have ever seen.
I've seen B-1 and B-2 bombers, etc., and F-114A jets, etc., and this craft was NOT any of these. It was not an Aurora or T3BA either... it was a ship like I have never seen and was not from here as best I can determine.
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Editor's Note: Here is another report that would seem to 'shoot down' the 'stealth blimp' theory. I can not fathom how even a semi-ridgid vessel could go from a near standstill to thoudands of miles per hours in an instant, without collapsing let alone not being ripped to shreds.