The International Center for Aerial and Abduction Research (ICAAR) of Goffstown, NH is investigating three recent UFO cases in northern New England.
On March 14, 1996, according to ICAAR, a Weare, NH man awoke in the middle of the night and went to the kitchen to get a drink of water. The kitchen clock read 3:24 a.m. As he looked out the window, he saw a UFO some distance away. It had "the size and shape of a dinner plate." He said "orange sparkles were shooting out of it." The object descended with "a falling-leaf motion" and "disappeared in the southeast."
On March 16, 1996, a waitress in Manchester, NH was walking down the street at 4:30 p.m. when she saw several people at the corner pointing to the sky. Joining them, she looked up and saw "a shiny triangular object." She added that "the UFO was motionless and hovered at 4,000 to 5,000 feet above the outskirts of Manchester's airport." She and the crowd watched the object for 20 minutes, and then she entered a nearby restaurant. When she came outside again, the UFO was gone.
ICAAR has also unearthed an interesting case from Vermont. On January 15, 1996, at 5:15 p.m., a man driving through his neighborhood in Bennington saw a strange light off to his left. He described it as a bright spotlight shining down from the sky. Looking up, he saw "a circular disc-shaped object, black in color, with four lights...about 200 feet in diameter." The UFO made absolutely no sound, he said, adding that he was "astounded by its size, low altitude and circular shape." He pulled over to the road's shoulder and observed the UFO for several minutes. The object flew away to the northwest at about 100 miles per hour, heading for Hoosick Falls, New York.
UFO ROUNDUP has also learned of a triangular UFO sighted recently near Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Sunday night, May 12, at 10:30 p.m. Eastern time, a 19-year-old male driver heading east on Route 76, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, spotted a UFO just north of the highway. He said, "I looked up and saw a huge black triangle. It was not moving. It had a bright light at each tip."
At the time of the sighting, the witness was heading home after a visit to Pittsburgh. There were no other cars on the road. The UFO was seen hovering above the Conodoguinet River, about two miles west of Carlisle, near an Army base.
At the time he spotted the UFO, the witness was listening to a cassette. He reported no interference with the car's electrical system. "I did hear a buzzing in my left ear, though," he said. "I saw it for at least three minutes. As I pulled over to stop, the UFO disappeared."
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