Curious about what UFO sizes and shpes have been sighted? Let's talk about it.#1: Flying Saucers / Discs
This is the most common shape. It's what you're probably thinking of when you imagine a UFO. What's in the old movies and all that. It can look like a doughnut, two saucers facing each other, or a saucer bottom with a domed top.They can be big or small, and tend to make sound and give off a beam of light. To "beam you up" and all that.#2: Flying Cigars
Kind of a funny concept, huh? A metal cigar flying through the sky. Well, that's just about what it is. Long and narrow like a jet plane (or... you know... a cigar), sometimes even said to emit smoke from one end.#3: Flying FootballsY'know, football shapes. Or blimp shapes. Either one. The thing that's interesting about these is, sometimes they're covered in metal like the others, but sometimes they're covered in some quiltlike cloth material.#4: Flying Boomerangs
One account of a boomerang UFO was by Monique O'Driscoll and her daughter Maureen on February 26, 1983. They claim the object passed directly over their car while they were on an isolated country road. They've described it as at least 200 feet across, with a surface that reminded them of a bridge with crisscrossed metal beams. It was silent, moving slowly, with some fifty lights flashing all over the place.Another sighting described a boomerang UFO as being brightly-lit and brown. Who knows!#5: Flying Triangles
UFOlogists aren't sure if boomerangs and triangles are different objects, or the same object seen at different angles. But who knows, maybe they are different.In one sighting of a triangular UFO, a woman claimed she was woken up by an indescribable sound. She looked out her window to see a huge triangular object hovering in the sky. Unlike other UFOs that have flashing lights, this one had a steady red light at the top, and a white light at each bottom corner. It was described as "massive" and "heavy."Have you seen any UFOs or UAPs that fit these descriptions? Or maybe you've seen something totally new? Let us know!