|Occurred : 7/15/2010 14:00 (Entered as : 07/15/2010 14:00)
Reported: 9/17/2011 6:00:18 PM 18:00
Location: Cincinnati, OH
|Triangular UFO seen in daylight, with U.S. jet chasing
My husband and I were traveling to my parents' house one afternoon when I saw this very large, triangular shaped aircraft traveling above us. It wasn't going very fast, and it was close enough to the earth to see detail. It reminded me of an arrowhead in shape; it had three points, a light orange light on each point, and the back end of the craft bowed inward between the two end points. I rolled down my window but could not detect a noise. The craft had no noticeable markings and seemed to be made of metal, which was a medium gray. It was not shiny; the outside of the craft had a dull finish to it.
Both my husband and I watched it as it continued straight, then made a ninety-degree sudden turn to the left. It suddenly started flying off toward the distance at a much faster pace than it had been going, and it was soon out of sight. My husband and I were talking about what we'd seen when a U.S. Plane that looked like a jet came from the direction that the other aircraft had come from. This plane was loud, fast, and a dark gray to black in color. Where the UFO had made a ninety-degree turn, the new plane turned as well, although it didn't turn as sharply or as quickly as the other craft had. It followed the trail that the other aircraft had made, zooming out of sight in the same direction.
I wouldn't be surprised if someone else saw this craft in action that day. It was about two in the afternoon in the middle of summer, and the route the air crafts took was along the same route of a popular road in our hometown. This craft was very large and like nothing I had ever seen before, so it was bound to gather attention. I did not hear anything about this craft from anyone else whether through word-of-mouth or media afterwards, although I did look out for more information.
((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the sighting is approximate. PD))