Silent Rectangular UFO Glides Silently Over Indiana

Roger Marsh
UFO Examiner

A Carmel, IN, witness reports watching a silent, rectangular-shaped object approximately 120-feet long gliding southeast about 11:30 p.m. on April 6, 2011, according to April 9, 2011, testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The object moved at about the pace of a helicopter, but the silence and shape of the object convinced the witness that the object was being controlled by a “higher intelligence.” 

A rectangular UFO was seen over a busy roadway in Carmel, IN, on April 6, 2011.

Photo: MUFON database.  


The witness reports that the object was originally moving in the opposite direction, but within 30 seconds, the object changed directions – and all of this along the “well traveled” North Keystone Avenue. The object then traveled parallel to the witness, who was moving north, but then moved west. When the witness reached a destination, the object was last seen by a tree line near housing and disappeared from sight.

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The witness described the object – stating that others must have also seen the object.

“I saw its four sided bottom with a light at each of the corners pulsating one at a time,” the witness stated. “From my point of view beneath the object it distinctively had a square bottom. The four sides appeared to each be at the least approximately 120 feet. Being as large and flying relatively low I am sure I cannot be the only one who saw this object on the night of April 6, 2011.”

The entire sighting lasted about 5 minutes.

The location of the sighting was important to the witness after having seen another odd object in the same area a few months earlier. The earlier sighting is described in detail in the public portion of the report.

Carmel is a city in Hamilton County, Central Indiana, population 79,191. No images or videos were submitted with the MUFON report. 

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