What's that in the sky over Amarillo?
"It was the strangest thing I've seen, as far as aviation," said Dean Musket, part of the motley crew of airplane buffs who sits down at an airport restaurant in this West Texas city and looks up.
"They are aviation junkies," waitress Erin Williamson said. "They love it."
And they are seeing things you can't see anywhere else.
Military aircraft cruise over Amarillo like sharks looking for baitfish.
"If you're flying east, west, or vice-versa across the United States, you're probably flying over Amarillo," Steve Douglass said.
A group that might be called the "interceptor club" watches everything military that flies over. But back in March, they spotted three craft they'd never seen before, about six miles up.
"We had captured something completely unique," Douglass said.
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A group of plane watchers saw three unidentified aircraft flying in formation above Amarillo, Texas, in March. The Air Force has not said what the aircraft were.
It was trianuglar, like a stealth bomber... but not a stealth bomber.
"The back edge was smooth like a Dorito," Douglass said. "It wasn't jagged."
A few weeks later, the same shape was snapped by another spotter in Kansas.