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By Roger Marsh
UFO Examiner

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A Texas witness in Fort Worth near Benbrook Lake reports a triangle-shaped UFO with "three soft, glowing, well defined lights beneath" moving slowly and silently across the sky at 7:45 a.m. on December 10, 2010, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The shape of the craft looked like a dark silhouette.

"The shape of the craft was distinguishable as a dark silhouette against the background of the early morning sky, and the three equally proportioned lights were the dominant feature," the witness stated. "At a higher altitude, there was a military fighter aircraft too small to identify, but was still audible. I watched for about two minutes, as the craft grew closer and eventually passed directly overhead."

The witness was unable to take a photograph or video of the object, but submitted a photo that "fits the description." The MUFON report was filed on January 11, 2011.

Texas is a current UFO ALERT 3 rating, with a higher number of UFO sightings nationally. Texas had 26 UFO reports in December 2011. California led the nation with 45 sighting reports.

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