Black Triangles 5


The Lockheed Martin Stealth Blimp - a NIDS investigation reported that this blimp was responsible for Black Triangle sightings BUT does it have the capabilities of the craft caught on RADAR by the Belgian Air Force?

The following article was published in “”, September 2nd 2004

Silent Running: 'Black Triangle' Sightings on the Rise

They have become legendary in UFO circles. Huge, silent-running “Flying Triangles” have been seen by ground observers creeping through the sky low and slow near cities and quietly cruising over highways.

The National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), has catalogued the Triangle sightings, sifting through and combining databases to take a hard look at the mystery craft. Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, NIDS is a privately funded science institute with a strong research focusing on aerial phenomena.The results of their study have just been released and lead to some unnerving, still puzzling conclusions.

The study points out: “The United States is currently experiencing a wave of Flying Triangle sightings that may have intensified in the 1990s, especially towards the latter part of the 1990s. The wave continues. The Flying Triangles are being openly deployed over and near population centers, including in the vicinity of major Interstate Highways.”

Covert operations?

A key NIDS conclusion is that the actions of these triangular craft do not conform to previous patterns of covert deployment of unacknowledged aircraft. Furthermore, “neither the agenda nor the origin of the Flying Triangles are currently known.”

The years 1990-2004 have seen an intense wave of Flying Triangle aircraft, the study observes. Sifting through reports by hundreds of eyewitnesses, the NIDS assessment states that the behavior of the vehicles “does not appear consistent with the covert deployment of an advanced DoD [U.S. Department of the Defense] aircraft.”

Rather, it is consistent with (a) the routine and open deployment of an unacknowledged advanced DoD aircraft or (b) the routine and open deployment of an aircraft owned and operated by non-DoD personnel, suggests the NIDS study.

“The implications of the latter possibility are disturbing, especially during the post 9/11 era when the United States airspace is extremely heavily guarded and monitored,” the NIDS study explains. “In support of option (a), there is much greater need for surveillance in the United States in the post 9/11 era and it is certainly conceivable that deployment of low altitude surveillance platforms is routine and open.”

Open, even brazen

According to Colm Kelleher, NIDS Administrator, the newly completed quasi “meta-analysis” of Flying Triangles melds three major U.S. databases: NIDS, the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and data collected by independent researcher, Larry Hatch, the creator and owner of one of the largest and most comprehensive UFO databases in the world.

Kelleher said, the analysis indicates that deployment of Flying Triangles is open, not covert, and involves low-flying, brightly lit aircraft routinely deployed over populated areas including cities and Interstate highways.

“However, I cannot say whether these are U.S. Air Force aircraft. We simply don't know,” Kelleher told . “But it does not appear to be consistent with the covert patterns of deployment we saw with the F-117 and B-2 prior to their acknowledgement. This is open, even brazen,” he stated.

Stealth aircraft

For example, a perfunctory look at the how past DoD stealth aircraft programs were kept from public eye -- although eventually came to light -- is different from the patterns for the Flying Triangles.Prior to acknowledgement of the F-117 and B-2 aircraft, only rare night time sightings occurred in the sparsely populated sections of Nevada, California and a few other states. Flying at low altitude over populated areas was rarely reported for the F-117 or B-2.

“In contrast, the Flying Triangle deployment, especially during the 1990s, appears more consistent with the open and public operation of these aircraft,” the study explains. The trend of open deployment of the Flying Triangles is not consistent with secret operation of an advanced DoD aircraft.

No attempt to hide

The database-driven study of the Flying Triangle shows the following patterns:

-- Sightings take place near cities and on Interstate highways

-- They are seen at low altitude in plain sight of eyewitnesses

-- They fly at extremely low speed or hover in plain sight of eyewitnesses

-- The vehicles sometime fly with easily noticeable bright lights -- either blinding white lights, or have “bright disco lights” that usually flash combinations of red, green or blue.

The NIDS study emphasizes that the flying of these vehicles may be more in harmony with an attempt to display or to be noticed. There appears to be little or no attempt to hide. That finding has led to a modification of an earlier NIDS hypothesis that the Triangles are covertly deployed DoD aircraft.

While it is too early to dismiss the previously published NIDS correlation between Triangle sightings and a subset of U.S. Air Force Bases, the apparent association with centers of population may point away from a covert program. “Rather, it is consistent with routine and open deployment of an advanced aircraft,” the NIDS study concludes.

Clustered on both coasts

During the ensuing years (2000-2004), NIDS received hundreds of reports from people in the United States and Canada reporting large triangular aircraft, often silent and often flying at very low altitude and at low air speed. In many cases, the objects were brightly lit. NIDS files also include reports of Flying Triangles from remote areas.

In mid 2004, NIDS reviewed its database that contains the locations of the Triangle sightings in the United States. The sightings of Triangles appear primarily adjacent to population centers and along Interstate Highways, with sightings clustered on both coasts.

NIDS has amassed almost 400 separate sightings of triangular/boomerang/wedge-shaped objects. Many of these craft are brightly lit, low flying, and traveling at unexpectedly low air speeds.

In earlier reports, NIDS outlined a tentative correlation between reported sightings of Triangles and the locations of Air Mobility Command and Air Force Materiel Command bases in the United States.

Like a Star Trek "uncloaking"

According to ground observers, the features of a Black Triangle are indeed impressive.

For example, the NIDS study includes the observation of a Port Washington Wisconsin person who encountered a large object that flew over her home at 500 feet altitude in October 1998. Her eyeing of the clear starry night was interrupted as the craft came into her field of view.

“Suddenly this monstrosity came out of the 'blue', just like a Star Trek 'uncloaking', no kidding…so quiet I couldn't believe it and so huge…no more than 500 feet or so up, and big enough to take up my field of sky vision,” she reported.

Crude mathematics, the witness recounted, would make the vessel about 200 feet wide and 250 feet long.

Two camps

In wrapping up its look at the burgeoning number of Flying Triangle sightings in the United States, NIDS also took into account the work of writers and researchers delving into the topic both in the United States and abroad.

Those analyses fall into two camps: The Triangles are human-made, while the other says they are not.

“In 2004 it is extremely difficult to distinguish between these two possibilities since the former option overlaps heavily with legitimate national security concerns, while in the absence of much more physical evidence, the latter option is not testable,” the NIDS assessment concludes.


Video Footage Melbourne 23rd August 2003

Melbourne Triangles


"Black Triangles" - captured on video in the skies over Melbourne (Australia)
on 23rd August 2004. Click icon above to see footage.




U.K, Wolverhampton, 26th September, 2004:

Time: Approx 8:30 p.m.

Looking North-West in a clear sky, my friend and I observed three 'star-like' point sources of light around magnitude 0 (Vega). The lights formed a triangle in the sky and were stationary for a minute or so. Unfortunately, we had no reference and could not estimate the distance to or between them. The triangle was then joined by four other lights of similar but variable magnitude that initially moved in an sweeping manner around the triangle. All lights then formed a stationary circle in the sky which then broke and lights went below visible horizon. Having seen the video footage, it would seem that our sighting was very similar to that seen in Phoenix on September 26th!


Tennessee, Bristol, 2nd October 2004

In the early morning hours of October 2nd, 2004 this witness reported that as he drove home from work on a rural road, he saw what appeared to be a fire between the trees and off some distance away. As he drove, he again noticed the "fire" which seemed somewhat brighter and appeared to be moving. He neared an intersection near his home and exited his car to see if he could get a better look. As he stood in the road, he couldn't imagine what was about to take place.

Slowly, from behind trees, emerged a huge triangle shaped craft. The witness started to run but realized that there was no where to run to, so he stood in awe and watched. The craft slowly came into full view, a perfect triangle which the witness estimated to be some 300 feet in length and width, and only a hundred feet or so high, blocking out all the sky. He noted three large domes, comparing each dome to twice the size of his car, burning brilliantly a reddish orange, lighting the treetops and illuminating the entire bottom of the craft. He also noted "rib-like" structures evenly spaced and running the width of the craft.

As the object passed over the witnesses head, he stated his skin burned, tingled and felt really strange. he also noted that the sound seemed to emanate throughout his body and being a professional musician, assured me that he could never adequately reproduce the throbbing hum he heard. The object passed over the witness, made a westward turn without banking and was gone from his sight.

The witness went home and tried all day to sleep but could not get the object off his mind. He reported to me on Sunday. He had managed some sleep early that morning and awoke to a nosebleed, metallic taste in his mouth and his skin feeling sunburned on his back and face. He also noted that when he brushed his hair, strands of it coming out in the brush. He also has been weak and nauseated since this encounter.

The subject of electromagnetic effects came up. He noted his car radio was on and he thought it was unaffected as was his cell phone and his car kept running. However his watch lost 15 minutes and he remembered having to reset it Saturday evening for the first time since he had owned it.




Updates September - October '04


Texas, Corpus Christie, 6th September, 2004:

My daughter (age 2) and I were sitting outside at 11:40a.m., when she pointed out some airplanes. We have made this a game and play it daily. We live close to Cabinis Field Airport and relatively close to NAS Corpus Christi, so we see aircraft all the time. When she said "airplane" I instinctively looked up and initially thought they were two seagulls but as I watched, I realized there were two metallic craft flying in formation. I stuck my head in the back door and told my husband what we were watching and he came outside. They flew like birds constantly in tight circular patterns and formation.  Their maneuvering patterns were too difficult for an aircraft to perform. They flew below the few clouds and as they turned toward us, the reflection of the sun hitting the objects made them seem five times larger. They were silvery white objects of triangular shape. They made no sound as they flew over our heads. There were no vapor trails or contrails coming off the craft either.  

Jackson, Kentucky, 6th September, 2004:

A triangular object was seen with a bright white light, plus red and blue flashing lights The white flashing light was more brilliant than the other two lights. The witness reported that, "One of the objects seemed to be closer than the object on the right but both objects were stationary, and not moving." They hovered in the southwestern sky for a few hours. I watched them for three hours then got bored and went to bed. At one point, a third object joined the two and as suddenly as it appeared, took off to the west at an incredible speed.The reason I thought the object to be triangular was because the lights did not rotate in a circle.

Arkansas, Fort Smith, 7th September, 2004:

The observer's home is at the top of a hill and a few moments after dark on September 7, 2004, he heard a very soft low humming sound. At 9:15 PM, it became a low rumbling sound.  He states, "As I looked in the direction of the sound, I saw this huge craft approach very slowly, it was flying very low at about 400 feet" This ship had a triangle shape and its lights glowed from underneath and alternated in their light pattern as it passed over me. I grabbed my flashlight and shined it up at the thing as it flew slowly over our area. Someone else had to see this huge craft, but it was so quiet and seemed to take forever to go over the area. I was shocked and called loudly to my Mom in the next room. She said, "She heard the rumbling or hum that was unlike a normal engine propulsion sound."  I then grabbed my flashlight and ran off the porch to the street corner to get a better look as it left our area. This ship or whatever this was flew over the edge of town and out of my view.  We have also seen other sightings as well in our area in the last few months. This thing was huge... my God what or who was flying this ship?  

Missouri, Puxico, 9th September, 2004:

At 9 PM, the observer walked out on his back porch and noticed a bright light in the northwest. He had seen this several times before, but didn't take the time to look closely.  This time he got his binoculars and saw the object hovering but at times it bounced to the left or right and up or down. When looking at it through the Binoculars it was triangle shaped and was blinking red, blue and white or yellow. He states, "What was really strange was it looked like you were looking through heat waves as it shimmered and seemed to be spinning." It was very hard to watch. It was flying over a place where there is only woods and a lake, and a place called Mingo Swamp Wildlife Refuge. I watched for half an hour, got spooked and went inside.

Michigan, Corunna, 9th September, 2004:

At 10 PM, just over the field we spotted bright lights low on the horizon on September 9, 2004, and they appeared to be heading towards us. As the lights moved closer you could make out that the craft had three large, round, very bright (non-flashing) white lights on the underside that formed a triangle. The craft was very silent, flying low and moving at a slow pace across the moonless sky. They state, "We went out in the backyard to get a better look as it flew just about directly overhead and we were able to see only a slight outline of the craft due to the lights shining so bright." We lost sight of the craft as it headed southwest in the general direction of Lansing.

Kingwood, 13th September, 2004:

Two flying triangles with rounded edges and a metallic surface were flying in a straight line to the north-northwest at a fairly rapid pace on September 13, 2004, at 7:15 PM. The sunlight glinted off the objects as they slowly spun around each other in half to full circles, while periodically reversing directions. They flew in a straight line, maintaining a steady speed. We lost sight of them when they flew beyond the tree line.

Kaufman County, 15th September, 2004:

The witness was out taking a few pictures of the sky when he noticed a strange craft going northwest at 3:16 PM. It was probably going 300 to 400 mph so he took a picture with his Kodak camera. He states, "I thought it was a black triangle at first but it looks like it's got a straight backside and rounded on the front sides kind of
like a half moon." I'm sending you a copy of the main picture and some enlargements; it was partly cloudy today with a slight breeze, maybe 10mph. I saw one jet afterwards.  

Maine, Lewiston, 15th September, 2004:

It was about 11 PM, as the witness walked to his car, he heard a noise similar to a plane and saw a low flying black object behind his house. He noticed there were no red lights flashing and the three corners were lit up in a regular light color and in the middle a light was beaming down.  There was a deep weird sound, that didn't sound like a plane. He states, "I felt like I was in a movie." Behind my house is probably about 4-5 miles of forest and hills. I honestly believe that it was one (a UFO).   

Jersey, Voorhees, 16th September, 2004:

At 4:25 AM, on September 16, 2004, the witness was sitting in his living room and saw an object flying over the tree line that looked like a *backward" triangle. The flat base of the triangle in the front and the point in the rear was moving WSW. There were three large red lights, one in each corner of the triangle as well as a slow pulsing white light on the bottom.  It was cloudy and when the light pulsed on the bottom the clouds directly over the object lit up white as well. The witness states, "I went out on the balcony to get a better look and there was no sound coming from it." "This was nothing like I had ever seen. I immediately awakened my wife to tell her about it. She insisted that I report it. I was so shaken after seeing the object that I was unable to sleep at all until the next evening. The witness lives about 20 minutes from the Philadelphia International airport so he sees planes frequently."

 Greece, Vlachata, Kefalonia, 20th September, 2004:

The witness reports, "I wouldn't have believed it unless I had seen it, but I saw it at 11 PM, with thunder, lightning, and heavy rain. I was on the balcony watching the storm with my girlfriend, when we both saw a triangular shaped thing pass about 150 feet in front of us. The craft seemed to be only about 10-15 feet across. It had no discernible colors except for three dim orangish lights at each corner. My girlfriend continued to watch it and I ran to get binoculars, and when I lifted them to view the thing it veered to the left and out of sight. It was in view for about 15 seconds.  

This was not a plane, it was in contrast to what I have read since it was too slow and small. It was about 12 miles from the nearest airport and not in the flight path. It was flying about 50 feet from the ground. It was not ball lightning, or any kind or lightning. The electric lights in the apartment were flickering but only before the thing was seen. Although, this could be from the storm. It sounds really odd, but the craft seemed to be almost like one of those pictures that if you view it at the wrong angle it can't be seen.  

Tennessee, 2nd October, 2004:

Kim Shaffer MUFON reports, "Witness reported that at 5:30 AM, on October 2, 2004, the witness was driving home when he noted what first appeared to be a fire on a ridge nearby." As he drove, he got closer and realized that it was not a fire at all but a series of three reddish orange lights affixed to the bottom of a huge triangular object. He neared an intersection and exited his car to watch the metallic craft as it approached from the north moving directly toward him. He noted his fear and started to run from his car but realized that there was nowhere to go. As the giant object passed overhead, it blocked out all the stars and he estimated the size to be some 300 feet in length.

The bottom of the craft was somewhat illuminated from the three flame-like, symmetrical appendages on the bottom and he described what appeared to be 'ribs' running across the bottom of the object. As it passed directly overhead, he was exposed to something which seemed to reverberate through his body. He stated that he felt many sensations all at once, but no description could be found for what he actually felt. He also noted the object made a pulsating/drumming-like noise which also passed throughout his body.  The object passed him and suddenly turned west, without banking and moved behind nearby hills.

 At this time MUFON Tennessee has determined that the possibility exists that this witness may have been injured by this "CE-2," or close encounter case. Witness has reported a metallic taste in his mouth today and nose bleeds. This may or may not be related to this close encounter.  This preliminary report will be revised and edited as information becomes available. Remember, this is only the preliminary findings and must be investigated fully before any determinations are made. It should be also noted that this witness is a MUFON member and 100% honest and trustworthy. Thanks to Kim Shaffer MUFON Tennessee State Director. 

Idaho, Boise, 4th October, 2004:

At 9:50 p.m., Brad Mather reported, "I caught an object in my peripheral vision, coming over the house.  Turned about 40 degrees very quickly (two-and-a-half to three seconds--B.M.)  I lost sight of the object in the trees.  Left no 'tail' like meteors do.  Could have been a high skimmer but not like any meteor I've ever seen.  I was curious if anybody else saw it." Brad described the UFO as "three points of light, triangular, would 'fit' inside the full moon.  No describable body. (Maybe) three separate objects? Traveled in a straight line (but) nothing to gauge altitude or velocity by.



Triangular UFOs see over India


Hard on the heels of the mysterious MiG-21 crash in the desert west of Bikaner came two sightings of very large triangular UFOs in India.

Friday, November 5, 2004, employees at the Bhadha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in Trombay, a suburb of Mumbai, India's largest city, saw a bright light beyond the windows of the plant's Cirrus 40-megawatt heavy water reactor building. When they went outdoors, into the parking lot, they saw "a large triangular UFO hovering silently" overhead.

The UFO then flew slowly over the plant grounds and hovered above the building containing BARC's Dhruva 100- megawatt heavy water reactor. The object remained in view "for several minutes, making no noise," before it retreated in a northwesterly direction.

"We think it may have been heading back to the
Himalayas," Krishnari Bai Dharapurnanda, UFO Roundup correspondent in India, reported.

The BARC plant was built in 1957 by Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and named in honor of
Homi Bhadha, India's leading nuclear scientist. Canada provided the Cirrus reactor in 1960, and India installed the Dhruva 100-megawatt reactor in 1985.

That same Friday, "Swarooj R., a 21-year-old student at the
Bangalore Medical College, woke up early in the morning at 5 a.m. After brushing his teeth, he sat in front of his computer and read some (email) messages sent to him."

"After doing this, he went outside onto his terrace at around
5:45 a.m. to water some plants. While doing so, he looked up in the sky to see if he could see some stars, but it was a cloudy morning."

"But, in the corner of his eye, he noticed some movement. He noticed a large V-shaped or boomerang-shaped object in the sky, which he observed for 10 seconds. It was black with circular lights emanating from vents underneath. When it was first spotted, it was about 60 degrees above the western horizon."
"Swarooj said the craft looked a lot like the crafts he'd seen on the Discovery and History Channels. He also described it as 'like a B-2 Stealth bomber, but with yellow lights underneath and about the size of a Boeing 747 and moving at around the same speed as an average jet.'"

"Swarooj adds that until then he was always sceptical of UFOs and, even though he knows that what he was was out of the ordinary, he still is not sure if he should believe in alien beings."

He knows that "what he saw was too big to be a B-2 bomber and also wonders what a B-2 bomber would be doing over
Mumbai (formerly
Bombay--J.T.) is on the Arabian Sea 700 kilometers (420 miles) south-southwest of New Delhi, India's capital. Bangalore is 500 kilometers (300 miles) southeast of Mumbai

New Jersey Black Triangle Close Up Sighting



Triangular Craft observed over Warwickshire


The following report was submitted to “The WHY? Files” by a “qualified observer” who wishes to remain anonymous.

Date: 06 July 2005

Hi Geoff,

I don't know what you will make of what follows, but I thought it might be of interest to you, especially as it's written by someone who is not a convinced UFO believer. Last Sunday I was with some friends in Warwickshire, and at about ten thirty a.m. one of them drew my attention to an interesting airborne object. It appeared to be at a height of about two thousand feet, and in size could have been twenty to twenty-five feet across. We watched it for some twenty minutes or so, during which time it hovered silently for several minutes, then moved a short distance and hovered again, repeating this pattern of movement for the whole time we were watching. Opinions varied as to what we were seeing, ranging from a large kite, a hang glider, or a tethered advertising blimp. It could also, I suppose, have been some kind of elaborate hoax, but the object was directly in the line of a well-used civil aircraft flightpath and could have been a potentially hazardous prank, if such it was. We dismissed all of the foregoing possibilities because the object exhibited non of the movement characteristics associated with any of them. It was certainly no recognizable aircraft of any kind. It was definitely triangular, the shape outlined by a distinct dark edge, with three small dark possibly circular patches arranged also in a triangular pattern against the lighter inner surface. Eventually it disappeared in the morning haze, and although we looked for it again later, it did not reappear.

There was almost no cloud at all, save for a slight high haze, but I have no idea at what height the haze began. The object was seen largely against a blue sky background, but even so the markings underneath were quite plain. The object moved intermittently in a general easterly direction, stopping to hover occasionally, then moving back again a little to the west before eventually moving west-south west and disappearing into the haze. The sighting was about a mile or so from Warwick Castle, which I've been told is sometimes used as a turning-marker for civilian aircraft.

Sketch of the object seen in the skies over Warwickshire.




Astronomer observes Triangular Formation of Lights


The following report was submitted to The WHY? Files by an astronomer with many years experience.

16 th August, 2005

Hi Geoff,

Following on from my email to you about a triangular craft/object of some kind, what follows may also be of some interest to your research. Although I've been an amateur astronomer for 40+ years, I have only rarely used my large refractor over the last year or so, mainly because if I want to use it I have to lug all of the heavy bits outside and assemble them for a night's viewing, which my health and bad back often refuse to contemplate. Currently I'm in the laborious and slow process of building a 20inch permanently sited instrument; however, a few nights ago I persuaded myself to assemble the scope for an observing session while the sky was clear. I'd been viewing for about an hour and decided to take a break. Nothing unusual was then visible in the sky (around 12-30 am). After twenty minutes I returned to my observations. After a further minute or so three small pale orange lights in triangular formation appeared in the top right hand side of the scope's field (taking up somewhat less than a third of it) just long enough for me to see them and centre them. They did not seem to be moving independently of each other and there was no sound. They moved quite slowly against the star background so that I was able to track them easily using the scope's two motors for some three and a half minutes or there abouts, as they moved steadily from SSE to NNW until they disappeared into the horizon's light pollution. They were not satellites, (which sometimes comparatively zip across the sky before I can draw a bead on them!) nor the international space station, nor were they any type of regular aircraft, but they may have been quite large and at a considerable altitude, bearing in mind that with the eyepiece I was using, the scope's field of view covered a piece of sky about the size of a shirt button held at arms length. Even at 62 I still have excellent unaided vision and they were definately not visible with the naked eye. The lights were very pale and blended well with the star background, and it was purely by chance that I located them. but they held a definite unchanging triangular formation the whole time I observed them. If this is of any help to you at all, please feel free to use it, with the usual proviso about source anonymity.

Best wishes,

Name Removed




Strange lights "could have been UFO".


The following article was published in the “Bognor Regis Observer”, 27th October 2005

Still coming to terms with a strange sighting in the night sky on Sunday is a Bognor man who believes he may have seen a unidentified flying object, UFO.
Craig Latimer is appealing to anyone who may have had a similar experience to contact him to clear up the mystery.
Mr Latimer (41), from Richmond Avenue claims he heard a similar but lower pitch noise of a jet in the sky as he was walking along Wakefield Way which leads on to the Lower Bognor Road, on Sunday at around 9.30pm.

             "I heard what I believed to be a sonic boom and a few minutes later saw three white lights and a red one in between a triangle shape. I stood there looking at it, it was definitely flying in the sky and I could hear it. It was very weird and I was quite amazed" a still stunned Mr Latimer told the Observer on Monday morning.
             "It flew over me and went off towards the Chichester area making the same noise."

Mr Latimer is convinced that the sighting was not an ordinary plane. "It wasn't that high and the weather conditions were good."
And he claimed that as he continued to walk home towards the Martlets round-about he started to feel physical symptoms which he also attributes to the UFO.

             "I felt pain in three parts of my body. I had pains in my toe, a pain in my side and my neck became very stiff. It all came on together about five to six minutes after the sighting”.

But when he arrived home he said his arm went numb and he started shaking -a feeling that remained with him the following day.
             "In a way I would like to be proved wrong and need to know if
anyone else heard or saw it."

And he asked: "What are these things flying around Bognor, where do they come from and what are they doing? It shook me up a little bit and I can't understand it."

By Monday afternoon Mr. Latimer was still concerned about his experience and believed that the sudden power failures on Monday afternoon could also have been triggered by the UFO.
The observer phoned the Southern Coastguard, Ministry of Defence, Goodwood airfield and Gatwick airports, all of whom reported no untoward activity in the skies above the area.

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