Flaming Black Triangular Object Descends in Eastern Sky.

Location of Sighting: Vashon Island, Washington
Date of Sighting: October 11, 2016
Time of Sighting: 7:25 AM PDT

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1ST OF 2 PHOTOS OF DESCENDING OBJECT.

1ST OF 2 PHOTOS OF DESCENDING OBJECT.


Description: I saw the black triangular object going down in the eastern sky. It was surrounded in flames that were flickering. It appeared to have come through our atmosphere flaming. I watched it for about 10 minutes as it slowly went down behind the treeline from my view on Vashon Island. The point of the black object in middle of flames was up and the wider end was going down.

Note: The photo does not show the dark triangular object described by the witness. Looking at the photo it would appear that the object could be a meteor. However, cameras don’t always capture all relevant detail and the witness said that she saw a dark triangular object.

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2 Responses to Flaming Black Triangular Object Descends in Eastern Sky.

  1. karl says:

    Is it between her and the power lines at the time she shot this? What is up with the light overlapping the lines. It could be that the thing was between her and the lines, but then that would make the object like 18 to 24inches if it was in front of the lines. I wish we had some expert analyst to dig deeper into this picture.

    • Administrator says:

      The object does appear to be between the power lines and the photographer. However, this is not true. Photo saturation due to brightness of the object has obscured the powerline. I believe that the object could be a meteor. I believe that any competent photo analyst would reach this conclusion?

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