Texas and Kansas sightings have unveiled two different Black Projects.
As we have already reported here, on Mar. 10, 2014 Steve Douglass and Dean Muskett took the photographs of three mysterious planes flying at very high altitude over Amarillo, Texas.
The three unknown planes looked like almost boomerang shaped plane.
About one month later (on Apr. 15, even if some media outlets initially reported that the episode occurred in February), Jeff Templin, an amateur photographer, shot a silent triangular plane high over Wichita Kansas.
The analysis of the shots taken in Texas and Kansas seem to prove that:
- neither shot was doctored, hence they are genuine;
- neither shot actually depict a B-2 Spirit (and, for what concerns the first episode, the confirmation actually came from the U.S. Air Force)
- The Texas aircraft had a boomerang shaped trailing edge, whereas the Kansas one had a straight trailing edge and was more triangular;
- The Texas aircraft flew in a formation of three, Kansas one was alone.
- The Texas aircraft made noise, Kansas one did not.
Therefore, it’s quite evident that not one, but two Black Planes, unknown until they were photographed, are currently being flown across the U.S.
The three aircraft spotted over Texas could be the first examples of stealth transport planes whereas the one seen over Kansas could be the next generation LRSB (long range strike bomber)
The reason why the Pentagon has eventually decided to fly them in daylight (hence exposing them to observers) is still unknown: maybe to distract from something else, or simply to flex muscles with Russia amid growing tensions over Ukraine.
Even the bases from where these aircraft could be launched and recovered remain a mystery. Most probably an airport far from spotters and observers. As Groom Lake (Area 51). Or even Whiteman Air Force Base, home of the U.S. Air Force B-2 fleet: hiding a triangle-shaped plane among Spirit bombers whose shape is at least similar to that of the mystery aircraft sighted over Kansas, would be easier, don’t you think?
Image credit: Sammamishman based on Muskett and Templin shots