3:15pm.I was finishing up my jog at the local park here in Donora, PA. I noticed slightly to the left of my position above the treetops on the hill was a huge black rectangle object moving slowly over the treetops.
The object did appear to change shape, going from a large solid rectangle to a thinner but just as long rectangle. It was just cruising along very slowly above the treetops and even hovered a few times. It was 2-3 times the size of the Goodyear blimp I’d say for as big as it appeared for as far away as I knew it was.
It was really close, touching the treetops practically. I did not have my phone to take a photo. I was still a ways form my car where my phone was so I tried to jog to my car as fast as I could being already out of breath. There were some other people there at the park. I knew I needed to get other people to confirm this sighting. There were two women sitting watching their kids play on the playground.
I was still some walking distance from them so I kept my eye on this object while I made my way over to them. At this point the object has crossed over a gap between the large hillsides to continue its course over the next hillside and treetops. This object I swear changed shape a few times. Getting thinner then real big again. Always maintaining the rectangle shape and dull black color. Also it appeared to move sideways, backing up away from my position, then back towards me again.
Note: The photo above shows a similar rectangular UFO, photographed on September 2011 in round rock Texas and also on April 18, 2014 a similar object was photographed over Wichita, Kansas. We may assume that all these shapes are at least man-made secret craft.
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