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Old 04-09-2018, 07:16 AM
 
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Here we have at least 5 different sources reporting black triangle craft although one has a photo of a conventional con trail. For sources I have tried to choose newspapers which thousands of people read or relatively well-known sites reporting these

Daily Express article 21 Mar 2017

Daily Express article Tue, May 2, 2017


Daily Express article Wed, Dec 21, 2016

Daily Mail 28 March 2014

Space.com article- 2 September 2004

Huffington Post 05/03/2012 11:20 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Early reports of triangular craft
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The earliest known reports of these unusual triangles can be traced to the Dutch East Indies in the late 1890s, around 10 years prior to the Wright Brothers’ first powered airplane flight in 1903. Triangle UFOs were also reported from Scotland and England in 1895.
and two from MUFON
many more can be seen at MUFON

MUFON ufos in depth
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EDITOR'S NOTE: The triangle UFO remains the second most-reported shape in recent years, neck-to-neck with discs, according to statistics from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database. The sphere is the most-reported shape.

MUFON receives a steady stream of triangle reports, including cases where the object is under 500 feet – offering the witness a rather close-up opportunity to inspect what appears to be a manufactured and intelligently-controlled ship that makes no sound and can move into and out of an airspace quickly like no known craft.
Now I will link to items which suggest undersea UFOs exist
The interesting famous Shag Harbour incident

UFO flies out of lake

Book about USOs and Russian cover-up

The Sun UK 19th September 2017,
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Marc D’Antonio, an astronomer and chief video analyst for UFO organisation MUFON, said he witnessed what he believes must have been an alien craft travelling at impossible speeds while he was on board a US Navy submarine in the North Atlantic ocean.

Marc then heard a naval officer ordering the sonar operator to log the unidentified object - which was travelling at "several hundred knots" - as part of the “Fast Mover Programme”.
More on USOs

I think you can see from these examples I have provided there IS good evidence in the public media for the existence of these craft.
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Old 04-09-2018, 08:06 AM
 
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Interesting.

But FYI: The Sun is about as reputable as the National Enquirer, only it has topless models.
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Old 04-09-2018, 08:22 AM
 
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OK, then here are 2 more from the Daily Telegraph
UK Daily Telegraph Link 1

UK Daily Telegraph Link 2
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Old 04-09-2018, 10:40 AM
 
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Thee were seen much earlier than the 1800s.

that popular woodcut from an event in 1536 Nuremberg. depicts a big black spear (triangle). people are going to use terms and objects they are familiar with, in describing what they see.

Its interesting to me how these crafts have remained exactly the same over such a long period of time, if they are indeed from another more advanced civilization, then why have their crafts not changed/ progressed over time?
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Old 04-09-2018, 12:11 PM
 
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Interesting.

But FYI: The Sun is about as reputable as the National Enquirer, only it has topless models.
Isn't the Daily Fail also in the same category, more or less?
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Old 04-09-2018, 06:20 PM
 
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Isn't the Daily Fail also in the same category, more or less?
As you know, every newspaper is aimed at a different section of society, just like every product is aimed at a different target market.

You would not want to promote a zimmer frame or a walking stick to a bunch of teenagers because not many would need one. Similarly, the language used in the Sun is different to the language used in the Times because it is likely the readers of the Times are more highly educated.

Surely the point is that many people are reporting these triangular craft in the skies over the years and now we have examples of the popular press reporting it too to different sections of society.

In my opinion, The Daily Express is not too bad, and the The Daily Telegraph is generally pretty good, but they all have a different political bias too as well as being aimed at a different demographic.

London stockbrokers and bankers probably read the Financial Times which is obviously mainly aimed at the financial market. Generally I would say it goes something like this, The Times, The Guardian, The Observer, The Telegraph, The Daily Express, Daily Mail, The Mirror, The Sun, and then the smaller more trashy ones. Other peoples opinions will be different.
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Old 04-09-2018, 11:48 PM
 
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If you feel the examples of undersea UFOs are lacking in my previous post, then I encourage you to look into the Spitsbergen, Norway incident Sept 1963 which was tracked on RADAR both above the water and below the water by Royal Navy warships.

Lake Huron 2009 - UFO was seen going from air to water by witnesses.

Also the Great Lakes area is very well known for disappearances some of which are related to UFO sightings(Kinross 1953 F89C Scorpion jet) Not all of these are triangular craft however.

There is a History Channel Hangar 1 episode(S02E02) on USOs - these are based on MUFON case files in case anyone interested.

The AUTEC facility in the Bahamas is an undersea research base which is said to have an opening to the ocean at 6000 feet deep and is said to be like the undersea Area 51. It is possible they have exotic craft based there, but obviously very little is known about what goes on there.

Some people have found on Google maps what they claim is a man-made undersea base facility off the coast of California.
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Old 04-10-2018, 07:24 AM
 
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Some people have found on Google maps what they claim is a man-made undersea base facility off the coast of California.
Source ... ?
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Old 04-10-2018, 10:26 AM
 
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Source ... ?
On one of the "mysteries" TV shows some months ago, the host took a submersible down and had a look. The "pillars" are a lot less impressive in person than they appear on the Google image (they're not entrances to an interior space), and the top is just rock. Looks to me like a hunk of the continental shelf that got detached due to geological processes.
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Old 04-10-2018, 10:37 AM
 
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On one of the "mysteries" TV shows some months ago, the host took a submersible down and had a look. The "pillars" are a lot less impressive in person than they appear on the Google image (they're not entrances to an interior space), and the top is just rock. Looks to me like a hunk of the continental shelf that got detached due to geological processes.
Or maybe that's just what "they" want you to think.
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