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'Bulging triangle' UFO appears over Islamabad for two hours

February 23, 2022 | Comment icon 15 comments



What is this object and where did it come from ? Image Credit: Arslan Warraich
Locals were left perplexed this week after a strange object was spotted in the skies over Pakistan.
The unidentified object, which was captured on camera by 33-year-old Arslan Warraich, was described as a 'bulging triangle' which seemed to mill around in the sky for the better part of two hours.

"I still don't know what it was," he said. "I filmed it for over 12 minutes at different times, took dozens of pictures and observed it for the best part of two hours."

"To the naked eye it seemed like a black round rock but as I zoomed in, I could see it was roughly the shape of a triangle with a clear bulge on top towards the back."

"It was solid black and had no sharp edges. It wasn't reflecting too much light and no lights were emanating from it."
After the clip was posted online, several people got in touch to say that they had seen the same thing.

One even described how they had seen something similar over New York.

"It was just like this, not blinking lights, no nothing, just floating in the sky for about four minutes and then it went up until it was completely gone," they wrote.

Warraich's recording of the Islamabad UFO can be viewed below.



Source: New York Post | Comments (15)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #6 Posted by the13bats 4 months ago
Sorry to go off topic a bit but... My dad was a navy prop plane tech then got into photo analyzing, I once asked him why we ( humans, not aliens ) didnt have flying saucers, His reply was to the effect its a rotten design for flight, he said we and other countries like Germany messed with it but it wasnt a good flting design, Dad passed at 89 in 2014 his thoughts and opinions were of his times so you guys more savvy on it, is a typical flying saucer even a good design for flight adding todays human known tech to it?
Comment icon #7 Posted by Jon the frog 4 months ago
Well clearly not sure it's a good design for high flying, but for a low flying vtol, it can fly without busting his rotor in wires, trees and other stuff. I think the Chines design is more in that optic than for a fighter like craft. Never seen it in other form than that airshow full size static display.
Comment icon #8 Posted by the13bats 4 months ago
This one didnt fly very well...
Comment icon #9 Posted by bigjonalien 4 months ago
It's amazing to see these things but boring too. Until they move. Congrads on the video for reference to birds and buildings. Just a scout craft tho nothing new
Comment icon #10 Posted by ChrLzs 4 months ago
Here's a quote from some self-opinionated thug on this forum    : Here's the thread that came from, and earlier in the conversation I posted a lengthy point by point evaluation of the claims made by those pushing the saucer shape as efficient.  It just isn't.  
Comment icon #11 Posted by the13bats 4 months ago
Thanks! Damn, im right there in it and only barely recall it, i guess memory cant be trusted but nice to know dear old dad was right about saucers.
Comment icon #12 Posted by .AKUMA. 4 months ago
Im not an Expert but il give you an honest awnser. The flying saucer design for flight, when coupled with our current propulsion tech is inherently unstable, we rely on wings and rudders on our aircraft to maintain stability. But that is considering any extra solar visiters actual are using any earth bound propulsion systems, the truth is, if they are using some hypothetical exotic anti gravity propulsion then the design itself does not matter at all it could be the shape of a potato. Where the saucer design would have a huge benifit in the design would be within atmospheric flight, this is wh... [More]
Comment icon #13 Posted by MissJatti 4 months ago
Its a Vimana
Comment icon #14 Posted by ChrLzs 4 months ago
It can't be.  Due to concerns by flight regulatory bodies across the globe, all Vimanas have been grounded until further notice.  The designers have to address the apparent inadequacy of the size of the propellers.
Comment icon #15 Posted by Trelane 4 months ago
Bulging Triangle, hahahahahahaha!!!!! I'm sorry, that just hit me as funny.


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