What Did Huge, Silent, Triangle Aircraft Drop into Black Diamond, WA Lake?

“The triangle craft turned over and ever so slowly, one of those orange globes underneath dropped at the lake.”

- Gregory McManus, Black Diamond, WA resident

Black Diamond, Washington, September 2, 2012, at 3:52 AM. Illustration © 2012 by resident Gregory McManus.
Black Diamond, Washington, September 2, 2012, at 3:52 AM. Illustration © 2012 by resident Gregory McManus.
Black Diamond, Washington, is about 30 miles southeast of Seattle and Puget Sound.
Black Diamond, Washington, is about 30 miles southeast of Seattle and Puget Sound.

October 26, 2012  Black Diamond, Washington -  On September 2, 2012, at 3:52 AM in Black Diamond, Washington, about 30 miles southeast of Seattle, a dog near Southeast 300th Street started barking as if “intimidated” by something. The dog's fearful bark was not normal and concerned Gregory McManus next door. Greg is a 54-year-old power line machinist, who moved with his wife to their Black Diamond home in 2003 near a canal that flows into Covington Creek that flows into Lake Sawyer to the Green River, which flows into the Puget Sound.

 

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