Three UFO reports of triangle or disc-shaped objects on July 25, 2012, were reported from Denton County, Texas, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database. A fourth case may be related from nearby Grayson County.
A witness was stargazing on an apartment patio in Denton County about 12:30 a.m. on July 25 when a triangle-shaped object was observed hovering in the sky in Case 41135.
"At first I thought it was a satellite, but noticed that it wasn't conventional moving across the sky," the witness stated. "Instead it was creating hovering-like motions as well as moving back and forth and even covering up other stars in the night sky."
A second witness in Denton County reported a triangle-shaped object at 10:35 p.m. on July 25, that was hovering and shooting beams of light in Case 41150.
The witness and some friends began watching the light.
"Triangle shape, hovering and then moving in fast random motions and slow motions," the reporting witness stated. "Seems to have 'headlight' at the top of triangle and at one point glowed orange and 'shot out' beams of red."
The object remained in the area for more than three hours.
"It is now 1:20 a.m. (July 26) and I can still see the object but, it has 'calmed' going much slower, no fast movements and seems to be getting farther away."
Then about 5 p.m. on July 25, a third Denton County witness was outside with the family dogs when a disc-shaped object was observed in Case 41153.
"At first glance, I figured it was a commercial airplane," the witness stated. "I noticed it was traveling at a slow speed and there was no sound, and no apparent appendages (wings etc.) It was silver/gray in color. There was no light reflection from the sun making it glow or shine. It was a typical disc-like shaped object, flat and long. No other aircraft were visible from my vantage point when I first spotted the anomaly."
While observing a Southwest Airlines jet, the disc object made a U-turn.
"The disc-like object was traveling north in the western sky at a slower speed than the commercial aircraft and the U-turn was not abrupt, just a semi-sharp, rounded turn, now heading in a southerly direction and disappearing into a cloud bank."
The witness was trying to hear a sound from the disc object.
"After the Southwest airplane was out of sight, I could no longer hear the Southwest jet engines, but I should have heard some engine noise from whatever was still traveling in the clouds above. I tried to see if the object had emerged from the cloud cover, but was unable to re-locate it. Within the next minute or two, a military aircraft leaving a long contrail, making considerable noise despite its height, was headed extremely fast in the southerly direction I last witnessed the object moving in."
One day earlier, about 10 p.m. on July 24, 2012, in nearby Grayson County, a witness reported a dark triangle-shaped object.
"This is exactly the same craft I reported earlier this year," the witness stated. "It moves very slowly , but this time it was directly above me and did emit a very low rumble that I did not hear the last time I saw it. It came from the southeast and moved northwest and then turned slightly more northwest after passing my position. It appeared to be heading in almost exactly the same direction after the slight turn as it had traveled the last time I saw it. Their was no other aircraft in the immediate area this time and the ruby red light in center mass which I saw last time was not on (or visible )."
All four cases are currently under investigation by Texas MUFON. Denton and Grayson counties are in northeastern Texas. No images or videos were provided with any of these cases. Please keep in mind that most UFO reports can be explained as something natural or manmade. If Texas MUFON State Director Steve Hudgeons investigates and reports back on these cases, I will release an update. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.
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