An invisible plane?
In late September 2008, a few scant months ago, I went out through the garage door, because being Sunday night, I was supposed to roll the toter to the curb, so the garbage could be picked up the following morning. The wheather was calm and kind of sultry, not a cloud in the sky, nor any signs of the moon. As soon as I stepped into the driveway, I noticed the sound of a plane’s engine, except I could not tell where it was coming from, it appeared to bounce off from all the houses around me. I could also hear voices, like radio communications, but very garbled, I could not make any of the words. As I walked towards the curb, I looked up looking for that noisy, yet elusive airplane. And there it was, at a few hundred feet altitude, and about a quarter of a block away, flying directly away from me towards the South. But why do I care so much about this airplane? Well, let me explain, and in the end, see if you feel like I do.
This plane, flying low and slow, appeared to be the size of a 747. It also appeared to be transparent, yes, I could see the stars in the sky right through it, just like the imaginary plane of Wonderwoman. It was of an isosceles triangular shape. At each of the three corners, it had a group of three lights, each with similar color, size and intensity as the surrounding stars. In the very center of the belly of the plane, there was a circular area, yellow-orange in color, very diffused and very large, which gave the impression that you were looking into a tube of sorts.
Again, I must re-iterate, one could see the starry sky right through the wings and fuselage. Wow! And then, from behind, it looked as if it had a gull-wing configuration, and in the center, another light like the one in the belly, same apparent size and color. I lost track of it very quickly, but I guess it was meant to do that, the darned thing wasn’t totally invisible, but extremely hard to see. And later on, I remember thinking about an article I read either in Popular Mechanics or Popular Science several years ago, in which the American Air Force was experimenting with some type of paint or just some sort of cover, which allowed a person to see what was on the other side. So, even if what I saw wasn’t an "alien ship, or vessel", still, it’s fascinating technology. Whether it was handed down to us, or we figured it out by ourselves.