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National UFO Reporting Center Sighting Report
Occurred : 10/28/2006 00:40 (Entered as : 10/28/06 00:40)
Reported: 11/22/2006 2:44:34 PM 14:44
Posted: 12/7/2006
Location: Overland Park, KS
Shape: Triangle
Duration: 6 seconds
Man sees cloaked triangle shaped object slicing through clouds above his head.

I had previously sent this report in, and had received a reply email regarding date specifics on this one. I'm wanting to know if it was going to get onto the site.

It was a very scary moment for me, and really wanted others to read it.

At aprrox. 12:40 AM on Saturday 10/28/06, I stepped out for a smoke on my back deck of my townhome. It was very dark, with none of the neighbor's back porch lights on, so I really could see the stars in the night sky. There was some very large broken patches of clouds high in the sky,(I'm not too clear on elevations to judge them.) Sitting and leaning against my sliding glass window, facing South-South East, I noticed movement right above my head as I was looking toward the East (about 60 degrees up) at the stars.

What I saw scared me numb and froze me still for about 30 seconds. I saw a very large 'triangle' shaped craft slicing through the bottom clouds, heading to the South just over my head, then bank toward the West as it was just going out of view from me due to the building's roof line next door to me. Now the wierdest part about 'this' sighting (this is my third at this location) was the fact that I really didn't see the craft, but viewed the clouds rolling past the front two sides of the 'invisible triangle-shape', and stir or roll the clouds behind it. There was no sound, no lights, and what I would describe as a 'stealth mode' or being invisible. I could actually see right through the shape, and a few stars on the other side. This was very frightening to see, and I wish there had been other witnesses. After I remained there 'frozen' for about 30 seconds, I ran rushed inside and went to my wife for her to feel my heart thumping in my chest, which it was.