Triangular Craft Photographed During Thunderstorm.

Location of Sighting: Henderson, Nevada
Date of Sighting: September 6, 2017
Time of Sighting: 10:42 PM PDT

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Description: Hi this time I shot a craft by accident. I was shooting electrical lightening strikes at 10:42 PM on Sep 6, 2017. My location was at Cornerstone Park in Henderson, NV. I was looking 5 miles south, onto the city of Boulder, NV. Where the lightening was striking. I only have one frame 113 of the craft. I was using a Sony DSLR A350 with a 300 MM lens. My camera settings were: zoomed at 150 MM, F8, ISO 100, used a tripod, shutter release cable and the exposure was 25 seconds.

I contend the only reason I saw this craft is because in the right spot at the same time the lightening struck it and charged the UFO skin up thus illuminating it ultra violet. It’s a triangle shape craft with a head beam on it.

Las Vegas Airport is located 4 miles due West of my location. Was there traffic? Yes. Other aircraft through my previous frames all left a light trace. This frame did not, That is why I suspect, it got uncloaked when the lightening went off. I will research my other photos and look again for that type of theory. I have 2 full days of about 25 strikes in all. I try not to get fried when I shoot these storms. Sometimes it’s a thin line.

Ok help me out. Thanks.

Note: The triangular object could be an artifact and not a real object, but that is speculation on my part.

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9 Responses to Triangular Craft Photographed During Thunderstorm.

  1. Barb G says:

    This could also be one of ours. How far is the nearest Air Force base that might be doing testing of new aircraft? With what people are seeing now days you just never know.

    • Administrator says:

      Nellis Air Force is not too far from Las Vegas. Also according to the witness some military aircraft fly in and out of Las Vegas International Airport.

    • Bruce B says:

      About 20 miles true North of my location. I don’t get it unless they were testing a craft under lightening conditions. They were driving directly into the storm. Who knows? I am a realist.

  2. Westcoaster says:

    Perhaps this is the ever-elusive TR3-B?

  3. Observer says:

    It’s an optical aberration of some sort. Look at the colors, blue to green to yellow. It likely formed as the lightning flashed. That’s about a billion times more probable than a cloaked spacecraft from another planet.

    • Bruce B says:

      I kind of like my idea better, but I am also educated and I did send in your idea to a company in England called Edmund Optics Ltd. I am asking their opinion as they deal with optical aberrations in lens. Maybe we will get a true answer someday.

  4. Henry A. Eckstein says:

    Interestingly, I think you have captured “The Green Lady” recon aircraft!

    I know of its existence, but I always thought it was long and pointy, similar to an X-15 rocket plane. I had NO IDEA that it was actually a large deltoid similar in appearance to the British Vulcan Bombers.

    The large curved delta wing is consistent with a large ordinance delivery vehicle or a large payload carrying system (i.e. for a BIG camera) so it COULD BE EITHER a fancy new Special Ordinance Bomber accompanying the latest tactical bomber design from Northrup (i.e. the B-21) OR it’s a super-high flying recon craft with a giant multi CMOS/CCD chip-based IR/Optical and/or 3D Radar surveillance system.

    Wow! I guess the old designs STILL WORK FINE!

    I am ASSUMING the green glow is a Plasma Sheath designed to foil, absorb or redirect adversary 500 MHZ to 60 GHz RF/Radar and/or Lidar tracking systems OR used to enhance the airflow around the aircraft to increase speed.

    • Bruce Bradley says:


      Thanks for your input. What I don’t get is that each of my frames were 25 seconds long. How does a image appear stationary in a cloud? It had to travel across the cloud. Even I am baffled. I am unsure what it is. It was a nice fine, while looking at my images. I said, hey, what that purple spot? I don’t think it’s a lens flare. I think it might be a TR-3B. Who knows? I looked for images of the green lady. Unless you mean Dragon Lady a U-2 Spy Plane.

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