A Franklin, MI, witness recounts watching a series of huge triangle-shaped objects moving overhead west to east that emitted an “enormous humming sound,” according to March 29, 2013, testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness says he heard “unprecedented rumble for about 10 minutes” before moving to a window to see what was making the sound.
Description of photo: A Franklin, MI, resident described a series of triangle-shaped object moving slowly overhead. Image: Franklin, MI.
“I immediately noticed a very unusual shaped object that seemed huge — for a moment I thought a jet plane was crashing down toward me and I was alarmed to say the least.”
The witness described the objects.
“This was roughly triangular, with lights on five points of the vehicle. I kept watching, noting a white one that glowed in the (apparent) front, and on either side were two amber lights on each (apparent) wing. It seemed like a movie to see this monstrosity, and then I realized it was not moving quickly at all and I glanced further out the window and saw a whole series of these light formations. Some were triangular like the one overhead and others were small circular, amber-colored, smaller lights that flickered around the line of aerial curiosities.”
The witness discovered there were other witnesses reporting the same thing.
“The next day I checked online and sure enough folks from the Detroit/southeast Michigan had phoned the TV and newspapers carried it too. I’ve not since heard the rumble nor seen any peculiar lights or airborne craft of inexplicable design configuration. This seemed to me to be as obvious as the sighting over Phoenix awhile back. There was no effort to block visibility. If these loud, bright objects represent the next-generation stealth aircraft, then we are in some deep fertilizer, friends. This was as stealthy as a roman candle display on the 4th of July!”
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