To this day, no one knows exactly what it was or why it was there. The only thing that is known is a mysterious cube-like object traveled over several parts of Missouri and thousands of eyewitnesses swear it was real. It's the bizarre event many in the state call the Missouri Cube Incident.

This unidentified flying object report in Missouri has become so famous that an entire episode of UFO Witness on The Travel Channel was devoted to it. It began near Lee's Summit, Missouri when a woman approaching an intersection noticed that it was suddenly dark all around her car.

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Whatever it was hovered over her vehicle and seemed to completely block out the sun.

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Whatever light it was projecting was blinding her eyes as it reflected off of her vehicle.

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The cube then traveled to the northwest toward Raytown, Missouri where it appeared over a supermarket at around 8pm.

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Eyewitness - "I had just left the market and I was the only person in the parking lot when all the bugs went quiet...and I knew something wasn't right...I heard this low hum get louder and louder...and when I looked up, this giant metal thing flew across the sky in front of me...it was silver and in the shape of a dice".

The reports that night in Missouri included dozens who witnessed a dark square object that traversed across the state yet no rational explanation has been provided. Whiteman Air Force Base had no unusual craft in the air that night. No commercial flights were nearby either.

The 'cube incident' in Missouri remains a mystery to this day. If someone has the answer, they're not talking.

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