This video is fascinating. Lights in the shapes of triangles have been spotted all over the Detroit area. One observer said he was able to see a black triangular-shaped object within the lights. A local Fox channel reported on it and they didn’t snicker and joke about it as they were reporting. In fact, at the end, one of the anchors says, “Well, we know it’s not weather balloons.”
However, there’s one odd thing about this video – besides the lights. The skeptical point of view comes from a spokesman for MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network. The guy talks about how these lights might be experimental aircrafts and carries on for some time. At no time, does he say that these low-flying, slow-moving silent black triangles have been seen since at least the 1980s over our skies and around the world, and remain a major mystery.
Sometime believers, especially those associated with an organization lie MUFON, will take on a skeptical point of view in an attempt to show that they are legitimate and knowledgeable, and not just gullible believers. That’s fine, but the MUFON spokesman should’ve also brought in the history of black triangular UFOs.
Of course, there’s the possibility that he did, and it was cut. If that’s the case, then it was poor editing by the FOX station.
It’s very doubtful that these black triangles are experimental crafts. If they were, we would know it by now. The Stealth bomber (B-2) is triangular-shaped but flies at high altitudes. It is not soundless, and it doesn’t glide slowly at several hundred feet.