Puerto Rico: Triangular UFO Over the Southwest
Puerto Rico: Triangular UFO Over The Southwest
The following report is just in from our colleague José Martínez Echevarría:
“Recently, Luiseppi Quinones reported the sighting of a strange artifact flying over Cabo Rojo, particularly close to Playa Buyé on the littoral. He managed to observe the slow movement of the object, believing at first that it was a helicopter in the area. When the object turned around, he sees what appears to be a very large triangular object initiating a slow descent. Luissepi notes that there’s nothing that area except for the sea, therefore deducing that the object became submerged. There was no sound or noise of engines or turbines, which would be common in commercial airliners; there were lights on three of its corners and a large one at its center. This event took place on Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 8:30 p.m.
“Now then, on November 4, 2009 at 7:25 p.m., after some rainfall over the island’s southern region, I was on the phone with Mr. Willie Durand as the sky became cloud-free, stepping out to the terrace to continue our phone chat. Suddenly, I saw an enormous triangular object appearing out of nowhere, emitting a very powerful light. The shock nearly caused me to swallow my cellphone. Mr. Durand asked me what happened, as he heard me utter an expletive (“what the hell is that?”) and I proceeded to describe to him what was going on.
“The object went by slowly without making the least bit of noise, completely silent, crossing the sky at low altitude before concealing itself in the clouds, from which it did not emerge. The skies cleared up a night and stars were visible, with a waning moon. On that same night – November 4th – a phone call came in from Luiseppi, reporting that the triangular object had flown along the same route as it had on Saturday the 31st, but at a different time – 10:00 p.m. on this occasion. His son tried to take a picture of it, but the camera did not capture the image. We are apparently facing a new series of sightings in Southern Puerto Rico. Residents of this area who have seen these objects are encouraged to contact us. More news will be forthcoming about these new cases.”
(Translation (c) 2009, S.Corrales, IHU)