|Occurred : 8/10/2012 21:00 (Entered as : 08/10/2012 21:00)
Reported: 8/11/2012 7:33:54 PM 19:33
Location: Evansville, IN
|Stationary Isosceles triangle, with one VERY bright light at each corner.
My boyfriend and I driving home from dinner in the city, when while at a stoplight I looked up and saw a very distinguished triangle of lights in the sky West-South-West. There was a very large area around the triangle that was pure black, no stars, no haze, no clouds. Even in the city night sky, this triangle stood out like a sore thumb.
It was an Isosceles triangle with one light at each corner. The “triangle” was stationary and did not move through the sky. While we were commuting the 20 minutes it took for us to get home in the country, my boyfriend kept his eye on the “triangle”. The lights were brighter than any stars that were in the sky, and the lights were also larger than any stars in the sky.
Once we got home we walked down the road to get a clearer look across a field. While the lights at each corner of the triangle were very bright, we were not able to capture the lights on camera. We tried using the cameras on our cell phones, and our digital camera, but the triangle would not show up.