UFO SIGHTING REPORT

GOODERHAM
ONTARIO

August 1st 2004


Gooderham, Ontario Two Circular Objects

Date: August 1, 2004
Time: 3:48 p.m.

Number of witnesses: 1
Number of objects: 2
Shape of objects: Circular

Full Description of event/sighting: I was up at the cottage with some family and friends and decided to sit over by the small water falls which run beside our cottage and empty into the lake. The weather was mostly clear except for the occasional cloud drifting by. I was just admiring the view and watching my relatives splash around in the lake and I glanced up to the sky as a cloud obscured the sunshine we were all enjoying, when to my surprise I seen two circular objects with a very slight vapor or contrails behind them (one object flying directly behind the others slight contrail). I lifted my hand to further obscure the sun and watched the objects fly behind the cloud. I kept watching as I excepted them to re-appear on the other side of the cloud. However they did not. Where did they go? We can only speculate. I estimate their height to be at least 25 to 35 thousand feet. With my arm outstretched and holding a thumb out they would have both fit inside my thumbnail. Duration of sighting was about 5 seconds. They were heading SW from the NW at a incredible speed. Faster than any aircraft I have ever seen.

They seemed metallic in colour as it appeared the sunlight reflected off their circular shapes. I would have yelled to everyone that was swimming to look up but I was waiting to see the objects come out the other side of the cloud, however to my disappointment they did not. I did mention it to my family and they also expressed some disappointment that they didn't get to see these objects as I described. We debated on what they might have been and decided the sighting worthy of report.

Thank You Brian for having this site for people like me to make these sightings known to all.

Thank you to the witness for the excellent report.

Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research

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