UFO SIGHTING REPORT
Lloydminster, Saskatchewan Hovering Triangular Craft
Date: February 2002
Time: Approx: 4:30 p.m.
Hi, I was reading your article on the C2C website,
(http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/viewArticle.asp?articleID=8794) and I had an experience close to the Yellowhead, Highway 16 just west of Lloydminster, around the same time as your article. I was driving home around 4:45 pm (I live in a hamlet 8km west of the city) and something caught my attention to the south. As I was looking at it, I thought that maybe I should pull over and take a really good look. I looked away for a brief moment and when I looked back it was gone. I went from being curious to instantly very scared and all I could think about was getting home.
What I can remember about it is, it was hovering and I could see a bright red light and 2 white lights in a triangular formation. I am not a very good judge of distances, so I can’t even estimate how far above the ground it was, but it was very visible. We do have an airport just north of the city, and I have seen many planes preparing to land, but this was to close to the ground to be a plane and it was stationary. When I got home, I ran into the house and my children were home and I was very excited when I was telling them what I just saw.
I had never heard of the triangular crafts before, until one night when my family and I were watching a special on the Space channel about UFO’s. They showed a computer generated picture of a triangular craft and I yelled “That’s what I saw!!!!” and my son said, “yeah, I remember when you came home from work and told us that”. I then felt at that point, I really did see something and I still get that “scared” feeling when I think about it today. After that, I would look in that direction on my way to and from work but I never saw anything like that again.
Thank you to the wirtness for the report.
Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
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