The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) received two more reports in the last 48 hours, its database has revealed.
Since Tuesday Express.co.uk has reported on the growing number of alleged triangle UFO sightings, with at least 21 now reported to US-based MUFON this December.
On Wednesday, we revealed how two people claimed to see four triangle UFOs tailed by a series of other objects flying low over homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
MUFON keeps a global at a base of UFO and alien sightings and has received hundreds of reports about so-called triangle UFOs.
The reports are often the same that they are seen at relatively low altitudes, of large size, with lights marking out the sides and slow silent travel.
However, there are variations such as in the latest sightings reported to MUFON yesterday which were said to travel at speed.
The most recent is said to have happened on Wednesday in Chebba, Tennessee.
The unnamed witness said in a report to MUFON: “We were standing in the street me, my dad and my neighbour when it appeared in the sky.
“It was flying pretty fast in a straight line.
“Only me and my neighbour saw it.
“It felt crazy, I was the only one who felt like I was dragged into it.
“It looked like in the pictures I am going to send.”
The witness provided a CGI mock-up they made plus one from a former hoax YouTube video of a UFO.
MUFON also received a report yesterday relating to a sighting three days earlier on December 18.
In this case the witness described seeing a low-flying triangle at Elk Grove, California.
The report said: “I looked up and saw a triangular shape moving at a high rate of speed.
“It was highlighted by thin dim lines of the triangle with lights on the corners of the triangle with halos around them.
“The triangle went in a straight line and I lost sight of it behind my plum tree, I tried to follow it but it disappeared. I wasn’t scared, I stayed out there for another ten minutes or so so I could see if I could see anything else. I didn’t see anything else. When I went back inside I started freaking out, because of what I saw and how close it was to my house and family.”
He also provided a CGI mock up of what was seen, which is similar to many others received by MUFON.
But, Scott Brando, a forensic UFO investigator of website ufoofinterest.org, believes there are no such thing as triangle UFOs.
He feels that every sighting has been a misidentified plane, military flares or Chinese lanterns.