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Dallas has its own version of traffic rules... "Hold on and pray." There is no such thing as a dangerous high-speed chase in Dallas . We all drive like that.
All directions start with, "Get on Beltline," which has no beginning and no end. (It REALLY DOESN'T!!!)
The morning rush hour is from 6 to 10. The evening rush hour is from 3 to 7. Friday's rush hour starts Thursday morning.
If you actually stop at a yellow light, you will be rear-ended, cussed out and possibly shot. When you are the first one on the starting line, count to five when the light turns green before going to avoid crashing with all the drivers running the red light in cross-traffic.
Construction on Central Expressway is a way of life and a permanent form of entertainment. We had sooo much fun with that, we have added George Bush Freeway and the High Five to the mix.
All unexplained sights are explained by the phrase, "Oh, we're in Fort Worth !"
If someone actually has his or her turn signal on, it is probably a factory defect. Car horns are actually "Road Rage" indicators - and remember, it's legal to be armed in Texas ..
All old ladies with blue hair in a Mercedes have the right of way. Period. And remember, it's legal to be armed in Texas ..
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My Black Triangle encounter [2004, 3 witnesses, East Texas]
On a clear, moonless Fall night in 2004, I and two other witnesses saw a UFO.
We were driving on a rural East Texas highway through the northern parts of the Big Thicket. For the entirety of our experience we did not see any other cars on the road. As I rounded a corner and into a clearing of the piney woods I saw what I initially thought to be an exceptionally tall cell phone tower in the distance. What appeared to be it’s long pole rose up to the triangular shape of a cell tower’s antennae. I pointed out the unusual size of the tower to my companions and lightly joked that it looked like a ufo or something. We rounded another corner and entered back into the dense forest, temporarily obscuring our view of the large tower.
After a mile or so we rounded another bend and again came to see the tower, but the actual size and scale of the object we were looking at began to really come into perspective. What I thought was the tower was actually a bright, thick, milky beam of light, and what I thought was the triangular antennae was in fact a thick black triangular object with 3 blue/white lights at each corner, illuminating the edges and portions of the objects side walls.
It was at this moment that our chatter started to get more anxious, questioning what we were seeing. The object and the beam separated from their position as our perspective began to change as we drove along for another few miles. The beam remained vertical but soon faded into blackness as the the object moved away from it in the sky, either moving slowly or not at all relative to our changing position, and because of this I don’t know if the craft originated at the top of beam, or in the distance behind it. I got the feeling the beam left a kind of glowing charge, condensation trail or plasma that gradually dissipated even though the flying object had relocated.
I would like to again emphasize that this beam was not a tower of any kind. It was far too tall, and had no tower lights, arrays or dishes. This illuminated beam remained vertical, looking like a column of either fog or milk until gradually dissipating. This beam looked as if it was being illuminated, not self illuminating.
For a third time, we rounded another bend, shortly emerging into a clearing and again seeing the object, this time somewhat closer. It was at this point that I pulled over and we remained silent as again the scale of what we were witnessing began to further dawn on us. The object was much farther away from us than we initially thought. The black triangle was very far away and very large. Our estimates varied, but whatever it was was easily more than 2 miles away, and each side must have been at least a mile long. That’s one of the more conservative estimates, and I do believe it was much larger and perhaps much farther away than even that. This object was like looking at a at a Major League Baseball stadium floating in night sky, which I will say is a probably poor comparison to its actual size. I’ve never gotten over how large the thing was, often failing to visualize it in different landscapes with different points of reference.
Still parked, we noticed that the big triangle was slowly moving in our general direction, though still many miles away. I killed the headlights and as the minutes flew by and our eyes adjusted to the dark we began to make out some smaller details. At the center of the triangle’s mass a soft orange dome hung toward the ground and along the the smooth illuminated sides were small groupings of some textured details, and what may have been a few smaller light sources in addition to the 3 blue/white end points. These smaller light sources are the only detail the three of us had any discrepancy about. I kinda saw them, while the other two both confirmed and disagreed, but that very well might have been the difference in our visual abilities.
I had my 16 mp Sony DSLR, which was a good camera for the time, but all my pics ended up blurry as the light sources were too white and too distant. I don’t think that any of the cameras or phones that I’ve owned since would have done a better job given the circumstances, and even with a clear photo the scale of the thing wouldn’t have been apparent. This detail has led me to be firmly against the whole “where’s the photo evidence” argument some skeptics tend to make.
We watched as the object began to slowly and silently change its heading, it turned without rotating, but its course was arched. The three of us agreed that we should at least attempt to find a road to move closer or intercept the thing. We each had nice phones at the time, but not anything with the navigation options we have now. We also didn’t have a Tom Tom or any other GPS devices, so one of my companions managed to find us in my mapsco. We turned off the highway and onto a county road. There weren’t any towns or developments, or industry in between us and what we estimated the objects position be. The road was paved, not gravel. As we drove we made a few more attempts to photograph or video tape the object with the dslr, but again the object was indiscernible in the footage.
As before we would drive through a thick stretch of trees, briefly losing sight of the triangle and then reacquiring it as we got to see more sky. After what seemed like 2 miles we noticed that we were definitely coming closer to it. The thing was enormous, and with it’s rigid matte metallic walls it was aesthetically more like a building or fortress than any kind of aircraft or blimp.
I’ve always been interested in aviation, and my father was a pilot - this object did not fit into any category of craft that would obey any of our precepts of physics. Up to that time I had also always been a casual, but generally skeptical, fan of ufos and all the big sightings. At the time was fully aware of Belgium flap style flying triangles, mistaken identification of B-2s and F-117s, and of course the Phoenix lights style boomerangs. This wasn’t like any of those reports at all beyond sharing the basic triangular shape. This was just like looking at an entire building complex, like a grain elevator or a mid-west shopping mall, but just hanging in the air (in exactly the way bricks don’t- Douglas Adams). I again can’t stress how big this thing was, I guess you could imagine Darth Vader’s start destroyer (the executioner, just looked that up) from empire strikes back, or one of the big ufos from Independence Day.
As the object began to continue its slow glide behind a tree line we again turned east and onto an unpaved but well graded road to continue our casually paced pursuit, occasionally loosing sight of it due to thickening Pine Forest. Eventually we rounded a curve expecting to make visual contact again, but the UFO had either disappeared, moved away quicker than before or landed and we lost track of it. I suppose it could have cloaked or dimension hopped or teleported away if it wanted to as well.
After backtracking briefly and not observing anything else we drove back to our original route and began our long trip home to the Dallas. Along the way we had a great time discussing all the possibilities and implications of what we we had witnessed. Was it man made? What physical laws was the object bending or breaking? Was the object aware of us and did it move away because of our observation? What was the strange beam it emitted when we first saw it and why did that beam seem to hang in place before fading away, even after the object had moved on? We had a lot of questions then and the exact same unanswered questions now.
For me my most lingering thoughts related to the sighting are questioning my brain’s interpretation of the thing at the initial sight of it. My eyes were drawn to it and my mind immediately classified it as a mundane, if not gigantic cell tower, when in fact it was something so alien and impossibly gargantuan. I guess that’s how brains are supposed to operate and it’s always made me wonder how often things like this get overlooked.
It wasn’t a blimp, experimental or otherwise.I was aware of Northrop Grumman’s awesome blimp design’s at the time. It wasn’t any aircraft, this would have been more akin to an aircraft factory, and it wasn’t some atmospheric reflection of the highway like the Marfa lights in West Texas or a misidentified cloud. This was definitively a nuts and bolts ufo.
I realize this is a very old sighting and that I should have reported it at the time. I’ve never been hesitant to talk about it and neither have the other two witnesses, it is what it is whatever it is I guess. Not to say I don’t think it’s a bit spooky, both from the existential threat of the unknown and alien or the magnitude of hidden terrestrial technologies. I’d also like to belatedly acknowledge a degree of remorse for the scrutiny and skepticism I held to people’s accounts of the unexplained before my sighting.
Anyways thanks for reading and I would be glad to provide more details if anyone is interested, I left a lot out for the sake of brevity. I would also gladly make a bit of a graphic and illustration if anyone thinks this particular sighting is of value.
If this new soft disclosure thing really does happen, I hope we start hearing more stories from witnesses that may have felt scared or otherwise inhibited to share. Maybe with enough pieces of the puzzle this phenomenon will come to be better understood, respected and researched.