New Mexico witness spots strange shape-shifting UFO near Kirkland Air Force Base

// April 8th, 2013 // News

Air Force CV-22 Ospreys take off from a Kirtland Air Force Base

News is beginning to bubble out regarding a February 2013 UFO sighting of a strange shape-shifting craft in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The object began as a teardrop-shaped object before morphing into a diamond-shaped craft and finally into the all-to-familiar triangle shape with large round lights.

On February 14, 2013, the witness was stopped at a traffic light when they spotted a pencil lead, gray colored streak out of the corner of their eye.  According to the witness, they originally it was a plastic bag being swept up by a gust of wind.

“The traffic was heavy; the sky was 100 % clear, with no apparent wind. Out of boredom I looked up to find the “plastic bag.” I saw a dark gray teardrop-shaped object high up. It was stationary.”

The witness continued driving while keeping an eye on the strange craft when, according to the witness:

“I looked up to find that the object had changed shape. It now looked like an elongated diamond, flat white-gray in color. The surface was a blank, no windows or rotors.  I thought it could be a helicopter until I noticed that it was featureless. I kept my eye on it. When the stop light turned green, I looked up as I drove south on Wyoming.  The object changed shape again. I was stunned. It now looked like a stubby triangle, same flat white-gray color with three large round lights.”

The witness noted that a military jet, presumable from the nearby Kirkland Air Force Base, flew underneath the object leaving a white contrail as it moved.  When the witness pulled over for a better view, the object disappeared.

“I felt no fear, only disbelief. I am grounded in science and a UFO skeptic.”





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