Black Triangle at Lancashire Air Base?
 
 
Recently we received an aerial photograph of RAF Warton in Lancashire from a regular visitor to The WHY? Files who had noticed it on “Memory-Map Navigator”, probably in 2001. He points out that careful examination of the photo reveals a black, triangular object in the lower left hand quarter of the photo.
He remarks:
                  “Actually, the more you look at it, the more it looks like an F117, but I'm sure it’s only a trick of the light”

And he is quite correct, the more you look at it, the more it has the appearance of an F117!

Warton is located in the North West of England and only recently was it pointed out on BBC2 Newsnight (BBC2 TV, UK) that there have been numerous reports of sonic booms up and down the western coastline of the U.K. for decades. This, of course, rules out the F117 but as mentioned on Newsnight, there are strong suspicions that the “booms” were caused by the testing of “Black Project” craft or weapons.

Cropped photo showing the "Black Triangle" (circled).
 

Warton is located in the North West of England.
A recent Google image of the area of Warton Air Base where the triangular object was located. (30th June,2006)
   
 
 
Is anybody out there?
 
 

The following article was published in “The Evening News, Norwich”, Norfolk, UK on 29th August 2006

Is anybody out there?

Is it just pie in the sky or do UFOs really exist?

A strange series of lights seen in the sky last week have prompted one group to ask for witnesses to come forward to help fuel the debate on whether we are being watched by beings from outer space.

Kim Briscoe asks "Do you believe?"

Witnesses to a reported sighting of an unidentified flying object over Hellesdon are being asked to come forward.
So far two people saw a black triangular craft appear in the sky above Low Road, but the Norfolk UFO Society (NUFOS) feels more people must have seen the mystery in the sky.
The Evening News was contacted by one of the witnesses to the anomaly, which happened at 12.20am on August 23. A second man, a civil aviation worker at Norwich Airport, also reported seeing the lights in the sky.

The aviation specialist, who did not want to be identified and said it was definitely not a stealth aircraft, was walking home from the cinema when he saw the craft about 50ft in the air, and judged it to nine feet by five feet by comparing it with nearby trees.
                 He said: "A bright red ball just appeared. It glowed then turned
blue and a triangular black glass type solid craft appeared. It pulsed various lights but there was no sound. It turned as if to look in my direction.

"It fired off a light beam that jumped rapidly from house to house along Low Road. It then increased the light at the flat edge, I presume the back, and it just shot off in total silence towards the north. No sound at any time except a static fizz in the air."

Witness Austin Paxman, of Norwich, contacted the Evening News and said he was taking a short cut across the Royal Norwich Golf Club when he saw the same craft, but from a different angle.
                 He said: "There seems to be more and more UFO reports for Norwich and I am curious as to what is being done about it."

John Sayer, of NUFOS, said he would be interested to speak to people who have reported UFO incidents.
                 He said: "This does appear to be a very detailed report and the fact they are in aviation lends it credibility - if they are telling the truth.

"In a book by Timothy Good called Beyond Top Secret he says the hotspot for UFO activity in the UK in terms of reports to official bodies is the Norwich area.

"We approach reports in as rigorously a scientific way as possible. We don't just accept anything and always investigate things thoroughly.

"Ufology is more about the study of UFO reports rather than UFOs themselves.

"One of the things we try to do is to familiarize ourselves with what conventional aircraft look like at night time.
"According to the folklore 90 per cent of sightings are explainable but I have never seen any hard statistics on that I think it's just what people say.

"I don't think people are that stupid that they can mistake planes for UFOs, especially in an area like this where people are used to seeing helicopters and planes going over all the time."

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