UFO SIGHTING REPORT
January 12th 2004
Nelson, British Columbia
Date: January 12, 2004
Time: 9:40 p.m.
A witnessed called from Nelson, British Columbia and explained that he had observed a brilliant ball of white light traveling slowly and extremely low over the town of Nelson, B.C. The object was traveling in an easterly direction and as it got to around the Cedar Street area it broke up into two pieces, one then flew off to the southeast and the other went almost directly to the north. The piece that went northward moved off at a very fast rate of speed as the other moved a long slowly at about the same rate of speed as the main ball of light. The witness said there appeared to be no type of explosion when it separated, they just seen to break in half. There was no sound reported when he first noted the light and there was no sound coming from it when it separated. He guessed the whole event happened over a period of 7 or 8 seconds at most.
After breaking apart, the witness said the ball of light moving to the north was gone in a split second as the other heading southeast he was able to watch until he could not see it anymore because of the distance from him to the ball of light. The witness hope someone else will come forward to report this to me.
Thank you to this witness for his report.
HBCC UFO would like to ask if anyone may have been witness to either of these sightings (also see report for January 11th) would they please be kind enough to contact me with their report.
Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
[Sighting report courtesy of Brian Vike and HBCC UFO Research.]