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Cone craft are relatively rare, however a synopsis of the crafts characteristics is as follows:
Size varies from a few feet in length to 30 feet or more.
As well as individual craft they are sometimes seen in clusters, often performing identical movements as if synchronized.
Colours vary from dull white to a neon blue, many reports have remarked on multi-coloured lights at the wide end of the cone,with red,blue,yellow,orange or green flashing Christmas' type lights being prominent.
Only occasionally does it make a hum or whine sound, as the majority of reports say that this craft is silent.
Electrical interference has been reported when in close proximity to this craft, with car engines stopping, and mobile phones not working.
Above photo was taken in Yacanto, Cordoba, Argentina. July 3, 1960 by Hugo F. Niotti, then a captain of the AAF .
It was while driving totoward Cordoba that the then Captain, now vice-commodore Niotti, saw and photographed this craft.
Another Cone object this was photographed in Venice, Italy 18/8/08
January 14, 1948:
On Wednesday January 7th between 1915 and 1930, there appeared in the sky a bright glowing object which I could not identify. At first I assumed it to be a star but the sky being overcast, I knew definitely that it was not a star nor an aircraft because the only aircraft flying in the local area was landing at the time.
It was not any aircraft flare nor a balloon because it appeared to be enormous in size. I then observed it through binoculars. It appeared to be cone-shaped, blunt on top and tapering off toward the bottom. I could not distinguish the attitude in which the object appeared to be.
It was glowing from a bright white to an amber color with a small streak trailing.
It was at a distance between 5 and 7 miles from the control tower at an altitude of approximately 2000 to 3000
feet bobbing up and down and moving in a south-southwesterly direction at a speed exceeding 500 miles per hour.
Also the wind at the time was blowing from east to west and if it had been a balloon or lighter-than-aircraft
it would have drifted in the direction the wind was blowing.
There was no sound or unusual noise.
Its performance was very unusual and the light emitting from it seemed to fade out at times.
Just before it disappeared beyond the horizon the light changed to a sort of red color.
The same object was later sighted i the vicinity of Clinton County Air Field by the operators on duty in the control tower.
I have actually engaged in aviation as an Air Traffic Control Tower Operator
And a Private Pilot for a period of 5 years and thus for in all my experience,
I have never encountered an optical illusion or any physical defect that would disqualify my possessions of such ratings.
Alex A. Boudreaux Air Traffic Controller CAF-6
Cone Shaped Craft