A Missouri witness may have stumbled onto a UFO hot spot after his fourth sighting on November 20, 2010, near the intersection of I-270 and I-44, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness first noticed a "very bright star" while southbound on I-270 near the I-44 intersection at Kirkwood and then moved onto eastbound I-44.
But when the next clearing came up, the single bright light was now an "incongruent triangle of lights" - with two red lights and one white light - steady lights with no flashing.
Another set of hills blocked the view, but when the next clearing opened up, the witness saw "a clearly equilateral triangle of white lights with a red light in the center."
"All the lights were steady but also flashed, the white lights one by one in a counter-clockwise direction," the witness stated.
After the object passed overhead, the lights began turning off and on.
"After it passed the highway going south to north, my right to left, one by one it turned off two of its white lights and then its center red light, but turned on a small red light next to the remaining single white light when the center red light went out. After it flew like that for a moment, it turned those lights back on in reverse order of how they shut off. It finally added two additional outer white lights as it flew off into the distance and I lost sight of it."
This was the witnesses' fourth sighting at about the same location - with previous sightings on September 29, October 5, and October 14.
"All these circumstances have involved seeing a star like object within a mile of the I-270/I-44 interchange, and subsequently seeing lights or an object or objects that are clearly unconventional shortly afterward. This time, ironically, the car radio song playing when I last saw the UAP was singing 'We should meet out space brothers of different races!' That's too corny to make up, I'm serious!"
No video or images were included with the MUFON report, while was filed on November 22, 2010. Kirkwood is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis, in St. Louis County, MO.
The witness provided an illustration - available here.
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