By Earnest Jones   |  05-17-2017   News
Photo credit: Sandboxten | YT

The black triangles are a class of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, with certain common features which have been observed during the 20th and 21st centuries.

Three strange aircraft are seen making a changing triangle formation in a bizarre video that is being examined by UFO investigators. The footage shows the skies above Exmouth.

One witness, who’s a driver, says that he saw and videotaped the three lights forming a triangle pattern slowly crossing the sky.

Experts at the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) have received the video, which was recorded at 9.41pm on April 17. MUFON investigates and logs such incidents across the globe.

The unnamed man told MUFON that he saw the three lights in a triangle pattern rotating on its axis and wobbling slightly.

The witness revealed that he is interested in UFOs since he was 10 years old. Shortly after spotting the object, he hanged up from an ongoing call to film the lights with their phone. Despite the street lights posing a huge challenge to the witness who was filming, he managed to film a video two minutes and 40 seconds long, seven photos and another video 41 seconds long.

He also indicates the way events unfold as he had to go back to the bus stop to get his bus. As he was walking, four people got out of a car in the car park and he points out the lights to them, they show a bit of interest.

Some speculate that they were UFO laser pointers others subscribe to the top-secret experimental military craft developed in secretive locations such as Area 51 in the Nevada desert.

The British MUFON Field Investigator Karl Webb is investigating the case. The controversial Triangle UFOs are a mystery that has baffled investigators in the US for years.

Source: http://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/805264/Triangle-UFO-formation-Exmouth-Devon-MUFON

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