Monday, December 31, 2007

Lake Of The Ozarks, Missouri Lights In A Triangular Formation

Posted: December 31, 2007

Date: July 4, 2004 Time: Approx: 10:00 p.m.

Number of witnesses: 4 Number of objects: 1 Shape of objects: Triangular

Full Description of event/sighting: It was the 4th of July and myself and several friends went down to the lake for the weekend. We were all sitting down by the dock shooting off a few fireworks when myself and three others looked up right at the same moment, almost as if we were drawn to do so and saw what seemed to be a very large triangular object flying overhead. There were three lights which appeared to me as one at the front tip of the object and then one on either "wing". The three lights could have easily been mistaken as stars at first glance but it became apparent quickly that the three lights were moving in conjunction with each other and definitely appeared to be attached to the same object. We could not actually see the object or craft that the lights were attached to.

You could not even make out the shadow or outline of whatever the object was. The object seemed very large. Much, much larger than any airplane that I have knowledge of. It was hard to determine how fast the object was moving or exactly how high up it was since we could not see the object itself, only the three lights. It seemed to me to be close to the altitude of a commercial jet coming in for landing. Had it been a regular plane you would have been able to make it out clearly in daylight probably enough to even determine which airline it was by the body of the plane. As I stated previously, all four of us looked up at the same instant and saw this object. We watched the three lights move overhead for probably about 30 seconds before anyone spoke.

It is hard to explain but we all just knew in our gut that we had seen something not of this earth. I think everyone was thinking the same thing, but afraid to be the first one to verbalize it for fear everyone else might not feel the same and would make fun of them. Finally one friend just said "Um, that was so a UFO right"? And once it was said aloud we all were like, "Oh my God, yes I think so". We all agreed that if it was an aircraft from this planet it was definitely not one we had ever seen before or was know to the general public.

If it was a secret government aircraft they sure picked the absolute worst time to fly it as the Lake of the Ozarks is a very popular destination for 4th of July, and since fireworks are a tradition for the holiday, it was obviously very likely that alot of people would be looking to the sky that night The feeling that came over me when I saw this object was overwhelming and very hard to explain. After talking with the others who also witnessed this object I came to find out they all had that same feeling come over them.

Thank you to the witness for the report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research. email: Website:,, HBCC UFO Research International:

HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO

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