Sunday, December 09, 2012

What's That Strange Object in the Sky?

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What's That Strange Object in the Sky?


     On the same November evening, a couple of hours apart, witnesses on Auburn's West Hill and in Kent's downtown claimed they saw the same thing, something awfully peculiar, flashing and darting across the heavens.

A strange, low-flying object – a three-orange-red-light triangle – appeared for a moment, suddenly tipped upward, pivoted and zipped out of view. Witnesses had little time to record the visitor, yet they were willing to try to explain the unexplained.

As one of the Auburn witnesses described that night to the Mutual UFO Network, or MUFON, one of the oldest and largest UFO investigative organizations in the country: "The lights pulsed repeatedly, but they looked nothing like anti-collision lights on aircraft we have seen thousands of times in our area."

The same "three-light triangular object" description came from two witnesses who reported such a formation moving silently across the sky in Spanaway a week before. . . .

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