UFO SIGHTING REPORT
June 26th 2004
Toronto, Ontario - 3 Equidistant Orange/Bronze Glowing Objects
Date: June 26, 2004
Time: 11:00 p.m.
Location of Sighting: Hwy 11 just south of Bradford, ON (near Toronto)
Number of witnesses: 3
Number of objects: 3
Shape of objects: 3 equidistant orange/bronze glowing objects with very long and narrow orange trails behind each.
Full Description of event/sighting: My partner, family and I were returning to Toronto from a day up north. About 11:00 p.m., we were returning south on the stretch of highway #11 just after Bradford, a few moments past the Holland River bridge, minimal traffic and a semi-rural area. I was sitting in the passenger seat, enjoying a somewhat clear night sky when I caught a glimpse of 3 orange-bronze comet-head-like type objects "stream" in the sky directly to the right of me. They then became obscured by a ridge of trees. I told my partner that I think I just saw a UFO...so we drove anxiously until the next small clear area on Hwy 11 maybe 5-10 seconds up the road, whereupon I lowered my window and my partner jumped out of the car to observe the objects yet surprisingly once again as they emerged from the tree line travelling in a SE absolutely straight as an arrow formation. All three visibly equidistant to each other in formation and speed, their orange "trails" straight and narrow like pencil lines drawn behind them and not dissipating. Overall altitude and speed indeterminate but at arms length to the sky, we estimate the heads to be about 1/2 the size of an aspirin and the tails to be an amazing minimum three to four fingers-spread span. The middle object's head was brighter and larger than the two others each flanking the larger one and a bit back. We lost sight of them again as they passed into another tree line. Because of the shape, colour, speed, surmised low altitude and very precision flight path and equidistant spacing of these objects, we do not believe they to be part of any tri-satellite formation one may see from time to time in the night sky, nor a meteor cluster.
Good luck with your continued research.
Thank you to the witness for the report.
Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research