On December 14, 1994, the residents of Trumbull (Ohio) had to endure a series of amazing and strange events that we cannot forget about to this day.
After midnight, a huge number of calls began to be received on 911 (emergency service). The dispatcher was Roy Ann Rudolph, who had to listen to long and confused stories about a strange object in the sky, bright lights and a UFO arrival. She wanted to ignore them, but there were too many callers.
Rudolph decided to report what was happening to the police. The first at the scene was Sergeant Toby Meloro. He, like his colleagues, thought that it was just a low-flying plane.
The sergeant was driving south to Samson Drive when the engine suddenly stalled. He looked out the window and noticed how the darkness gradually dissipated, and the car interior was filled with bright light. Meloro got out of the car and saw a giant round artificial object above him, from the central part of which came rays of light.
Most of all, the sergeant was surprised that this object did not make any sounds at all, although he somehow managed to soar in the air. After 30 seconds, a giant plate flew off to the side, and the car started up. Meloro set off in pursuit of a UFO. He could not catch the object, so he warned other police officers on the road.
Reports show that at least 14-15 police officers saw a bright object in the sky. Controllers contacted the local airport to find out if their radars were fixing something. But 60 miles in diameter around the city of Youngstown did not catch anything.
Brookfield Police Officer Lieutenant James Baker decided to climb an abandoned radar tower and look at the area from a height. To his surprise, he found as many as three UFOs that resembled a triangle in shape. He also said that they all changed colors (red, yellow, blue and green). Then the objects just disappeared.
Researcher Kenny Young tried to investigate the case, but local authorities refused to provide him with the documents. Therefore, he had to be content only with the testimony of the police. Astronomers felt that it was about low-lying stars to the horizon. But this does not explain in any way the stalled police cars, bright lights and runaway objects.
Some believe that the detected UFOs were top-secret devices from Youngstown airbase. But the police are confident that they have seen alien spacecraft. Until now, no one can say exactly what happened on December 14, 1994.