As countless students of Ufology will be aware, the last couple of decades or so have envisioned a rise in reports of one particular type of UFO. It has become known as the Flying Triangle.
The FTs are triangular in shape and very often black in dye, hence the name, of course! They often radiate a low buzz noise, and have a trio of glowings on their underside. They typically have rounded recess more, rather than sharply tilted fringes.
And, in some way, “thats really not” unlike the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit( otherwise known as the Stealth Bomber) in scheme. This has, quite naturally, established rise to the possibility that the FTs are next-generation Stealth planes, rather than genuine UFOs. It’s not an ridiculous presupposition. But there’s a problem with that scenario: the FTs are actually not new, or even recent, at all.
While digging through a whole multitude of formerly categorized documents on UFOs at the National Archives at Kew, England in 1996, I came across a one-page report dated 28 March 1965 that, I confess, I approximately ignored. On closer inspection, nonetheless, I realized that it was potentially one of “the worlds largest” UFO-related documents that I had ever come across.
According to the MoD paperwork, on the night in question a witness learnt at approximately 9.30 p.m. over moor-land near Richmond, North Yorkshire, England: “Nine or ten objectives- in close triangular shaping each about 100 ft long- orange lighting below- each triangular in shape with rounded corners, constructing low-grade humming noise.”
Interestingly, as noted in the first paragraph of this article, the “rounded corners” and “low humming noise” are precisely what many evidences to Flying Triangle-style UFO encounters are reporting today- in a world-wide capacity , no less.
Recognizing the significance of this, I made a photocopy of the document and set about locating the witness, who is identified in the documents, I should stress. This did not prove to be a difficult task.
I inserted myself and explained that I had can be found at the National Archives a duplicate of the original report that dealt with his sighting all those years ago. It is fair to say that the man was shocked, to say the least, to find that details of his long-gone encounter had been restrained on file by the MoD for more than thirty years.
“Yes, I did send in a report all those years ago, but I didn’t think they would have remained it all this time, ” he told me, with dread in his expres. As he asked, on 28 March 1965 at approximately 9.30 p.m ., he had been driving through the North Yorkshire moors. On approaching the hamlet of Skeeby, near Richmond, nonetheless, the engine of his automobile began to splutter and die.
“It was a 1951 Ford, ” he territory, lending with some feeling, “and it was a good car but a little unpredictable at times. I didn’t want to break down on the moor because it was icy cold and the nighttimes were still dark. I went out of the car to have a look at the engine and that’s when I saw this light.”
He continued: “At first, because it was so dark, I wondered if it might be a weather balloon. But then I had a good look at it over the fence and realized how large-hearted it was and how low-spirited down it was. It was about one hundred feet from end-to-end, about one hundred feet above the moors and shaped like a huge triangle and grey, milky-white in colour.
“It kept coming towards me and then stopped about two hundred yards from me over the moors. It levitated for a while- nothing came out of it, but there was a light below it that really thumped like a light bulb. There could have been quite a few lighters on it but from great distances the lighter really looked like a incandescence. Then without a informing, it just taken away from at a speed that isn’t recognised. Good amiable, I belief, it must be a UFO!
“As it shot up , not vertically but at an direction, it connected groupings of others that were indistinguishable and that were in a triangular or V-formation. The others is indeed very, very high; a entire sail of them. They all then thoughts south, I envision, at a tremendous speed and disappeared over the horizon.
“I accompanied the main one for no more than a couple of instants, ” he cancels, “but after they had gone I was still stood by the moor watching this fleet disappear. I waited in case something else exciting happened, but of course it didn’t.”
Curiously, shortly after the encounter, and when you have reported the incident to the Ministry of Defence at Whitehall, the witness began to notice “awful red scores on my skin which were like a strain brand, but they were like a depth salmon red and they preserved coming and moving. But I didn’t have them before.”
The most odd slant of the entire episode was still to come, however, as the three men now graphically illuminates:
“For about eighteen months after the sighting, I would get strange telephone calls from people. These would be every two or three months. They just phoned out of the blue but didn’t introduce themselves. They just said they were from some dresser or other. They didn’t mention the name of the bureau but deterred mentioning’ sightings’ and would be interesting to know whether I had ensure anything else strange. Had any followers come to interview me? ”
The witness was never visited by anyone with regard to his Flying Triangle encounter , nor did the MoD ever offer an explanation as to what it was that he saw on that fated nighttime in March 1965.
He was, nonetheless, frightened by those mysterious telephone calls- chiefly because aside from informing the MoD of “whats being” existed, he made no other report( either official or informal) with anyone and remained the details to himself: “The only report I ever spawned was the one I sent to the MoD. It was so exciting that I had to tell someone.”
This important testimony raises a number of vital questions. Why was someone so determined to find out if the witness had received any strange visits with respect to his meeting? Why the interest in knowing if he had had any other exceptional meetings of a UFO nature? And most important of all: who was his mysterious caller?
Finally, if as some researchers battle, the Flying Triangles are a relatively modern-day creation of the military, how is that an part squadron of them- right down to the triangular shape, the underside-illumination, and the low-spirited buzz music- could have been seen flying over England 56 several years ago?
By Nick Redfern( Nick Redfern is a kind of the world’s preceding officials on UFOs and the author of many important records, including Covert Agenda, Cosmic Crashes, Strange Mystery etc .)
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