Friday, April 10, 2015

Witness Loses Time After Triangle UFO Encounter

Witness Loses Time After Triangle UFO Encounter

By Roger Marsh

      A Missouri witness at Union reported a two-hour time loss after watching a triangle-shaped UFO hovering below the clouds, according to testimony in Case 64426 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was at home cleaning rain gutters about 8:10 p.m. on March 24, 2015, when the incident began.

“I stood on the porch to see if the water was going through the gutter and down the drain,” the witness stated. “I then heard what I thought was a jet or something to that effect. I thought it was kind of odd with the weather that was going on.”

The witness stepped off the porch and looked up in the sky and saw the object.

“I wasn’t for sure what I was looking at. It was a black, triangular-shaped craft with a gray triangular shape on the underside with three red pulsating lights on each corner. It was hovering just below the cloud cover.”

During the first minute of the sighting, the witness saw “pulsating white lights” coming from the object.

“I’m not sure how long this went on for I remember nothing after seeing the lights. All I remember is going in the house and looking at the clock and saying to my wife; it’s 10:30 p.m.”

The loss of time is upsetting to the witness.

“This has been weighing on my mind for over a week with what had happened and not knowing what happened to me in the two-hour difference and not knowing who to tell my story to. I am still in shock – scared – over this. I do not have any pictures or video of this occurrence for it was something I was not expecting and it all happened so fast.” . . .

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