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Sighting Reports 2009

Liquid Falls on Woman From Aerial Triangular Object

Date of Sighting: September 16, 2009
Time of Sighting: About 9:30 PM CDT
Location of Sighting: Corpus Christi, Texas (Along Gulf Coast in SE Texas)

Description: We were sitting outside of out apartment watching the dogs run around. My fiance and I were sitting on a table about 6 inches apart. I felt a drop of liquid hit my left arm and I was like what the heck was that. I looked up to see if there were any clouds and there were none. A half a second later I felt my right arm get sprinkled with what I thought (and looked like) was water so I looked up again at which time we both saw a LARGE dark triangle shaped object in the air. It had very faint lights along 2 sides of the triangle. It appeared to be solid because the lights ran the whole length of both sides. It was very weird. I couldn't see the lights on the third side, but again the lights were very dim so it was hard to see in the first place. It didn't make any noise. It appeared to be far away, but was very large.

Note: Sightings of slow moving large triangles are commonplace. Sometime electrical interference has been reported near these objects. This is the first report that I have received whereby residue has fallen from these objects. A check of weather conditions at the time of the sighting showed that no rain was occurring and no rainfall was measured anytime on the date of the sighting. At the time of the sighting the temperature was 81.0 degrees fahrenheit, the dew point was 75.9 degrees fahrenheit (quite high), the relative humidity was 85% (fairly high) and winds were from the south at 7 mph. Of course there is a chance that the witness experienced moisture due to condensation given the moist conditions, but the fact that the moisture was felt when the object was overhead is likely not coincidental.