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UFO Sighting Report




Lawrence, Kansas, United States


I was lying in the grass one night with a friend, absentmindedly looking at stars. We noticed 3 stars in the shape of an enormous triangle begin to move, sliding across the sky in the most unearthlly fashion and this caused us to jump up and run after it; we knew it was a UFO!

Date Reported:

3/25/2011 10:39:30 AM

Sighting Time: 

11:30 or so. PM



No. of Witnesses: 



10 minutes.

Appearance / Description of Object(s)

Enormous black triangle. "Stars" at each point. Blacks out the other stars when it moves. Can float slowly or fly in a seeming "hyperdrive".

Size of Object(s)

I would say it was very high in the sky, but took up a lot of space. It was just huge. I can't say in feet.

Distance to Object(s) & Altitude

Seemed to be quite high in the sky. At least peak altitude of commercial aircraft.

Description of Area / Surroundings

Urban area. College town. Lawrence has military bases nearby. I've seen B-2's fly by, F-16's etc. This was NOT an acknowledged vehicle.

Full Description & Details

It slid across the night sky in a way that we could immediately tell it was something (we thought at the time) not of this earth. After sliding across the sky, it stopped. The lights got brighter (the "stars") and the craft zoomed away at an incredible speed, straight up towards space until it disappeared. I never knew that others had seen such similar things, and people have videos of the exact thing I saw (and similar, but smaller craft), so I limited myself to telling close friends.

Now I think it's a military X-Craft.

Can sighting be explained as any conventional man-made or natural object?

I think it could be a military craft. At the time I thought it was a space ship from another planet.

Views on UFOs, before and after sighting

I always believed in ET life. I didn't know if UFO's came here or not. I feel that they probably have been here, but this triangle is seen too often to be alien.

Reported To: 



Not saying

Your Location: 

Kansas City