A recent rash a triangular UFO's has US residents on edge, from Michigan to Texas.

There are startling similarities with the following three reports.

Lets take a few moments to review three recent reports.

The Examiner reported from Michigan;
A Michigan couple at Marshall reported they were shocked after watching a triangle-shaped object with four rows of bright lights that was hovering at tree top level about 4:20 a.m. on October 24, 2012, as they were traveling east on Michigan Avenue, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The couple was returning from a casino at the time when they first noticed the lights and thought they were part of a tower.

"I happened to notice a bright light just over the trees on the north side of Michigan Avenue," the reporting witness stated. "I asked my husband if the city put up some kind of tower. He looked at it and said he did not think so."

But then they got closer to the object.

"The closer we got to it you could see it was a triangle with rows of bright lights and the object was silver in color. There were three lights on the first row, four on the next row of lights and maybe four lights on the next row. The lights were very bright, but a funny looking light. The light didn't seem to shine down like it was a spotlight. It was just so bright."

They watched the object hovering over the trees for about 40 seconds.

"I told my husband to turn around and he told me to get a picture. We turned south on Mulberry Street and turned in the first driveway. We could see it had started to move very slowly and as we got closer to it, it started to move faster and then it was gone. I looked at my husband just stunned. We traveled east about a mile and could not find it again. My husband asked me where did it go? We were both in shock. We had never seen anything like it before."
The Examiner reported from Kansas;
A Sawyer, KS, witness and two grandchildren driving south just after 9 p.m. on October 24, 2012, reported a silent and slow moving triangle-shaped object low to the ground, according to testimony from the Mutual UFONetwork (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness noticed "a row of bright white lights with a red light in the center of the row" in the southwest sky and alerted the 13-year-old granddaughter in the front passenger seat and the 12-year-old grandson in the back seat. The lights were not blinking.

"It finally got to us and went beside us and over us at the same time," the witness stated. "There was no noise coming from it, just silence. I continued to drive but slowed down. I told the children to be my eyes and to press their faces into the windows and to see what they could see."

The granddaughter reported that "it does not have a nose. It is just straight across."

The grandson apparently got the best view of the object from the rear window.

"He was able to look up out the back window and see the underneath side of it as it passed over us and then watched it head north. My grandson said it is shaped like a triangle and has a red blinking light in the center of it and white lights on each point."

The family pulled into a gas station and noticed a neighbor that pulled in that had been driving behind them.
Again the Examiner reports now yet a Texas sighting;
Texas witnesses at Hurst reported watching a dark, V-shaped object with a single turquoise light hovering above a nearby tree line about 6 p.m. on October 23, 2012, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The reporting witness was driving along the Trinity Boulevard exit near the Trinity River with a boyfriend and daughter in the vehicle when the object was first seen.

"I noticed just a bright turquoise light floating in the sky, and no other lights around it," the witness stated. "Whatever it was coming off of was very dark."

The witness first thought that the object could be a military aircraft or drone.

"The object hovered very low, too low for any plane and right above some trees. It emitted a single turquoise light that was quite noticeable and unique. The object seemed to hover and slowly fly, but I was driving away and when I looked back I couldn't see it anymore."

The witness lost sight of the object.

"We had to drive away from the object and turn left away from it over a bridge. As soon as we turned it was out of sight."

No images or videos were included with the MUFON report, which was filed on October 24, 2012. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Hurst is a city in Tarrant County, TX, a suburb of Fort Worth, with a population of 37,337.
There is some consistency with the reports they all mentioned a triangle shaped object. Two of the reports mentioned rows of lights.