UFO SIGHTING REPORT

KITCHENER
ONTARIO

October 2nd 2004


UFOINFO Sighting Form Report

Name: Steph Gick

Location: Kitchener Ontario, Canada

Date: Saturday October 2nd, 2004 at about 11:30pm local time

Approach Direction: did not see approach

Departure Direction: did not see departure

Witness Direction: unsure, but I think it was north

Description: I was at the skatepark with my friends (6 of them) and I wasn't skatboarding. My friends were sitting on the bench, so I decided to just lie on the ground. I looked up and saw what looked like an orange star. I didn't think too much of. I then noticed the star was moving very slowly. Again, I disregarded it, thinking it to be perhaps a sattelite and that would explain the orange color. the object then began to zigzag and swirl in the sky. I tried to get my friends to see, but they couldn't spot it between all the stars. It would stop, then start again. I got up and went to one of my friends. I grabbed him and made him lie right beside me in the same spot, but I couldn't find the object again. I did not see it depart.

Color/Shape: it was just an orange spot in the sky. It looked like a star, just slightly bigger.

Height & Speed: did not see approach or departure.

TV/Radio/Press: no reports were made.


Follow-up Report from Brian Vike:

Hi. Thank you for the reply. I would be glad to answer as many of your questions as I can.

As I was laying down, I saw it pretty well directly overhead, so I have no clue whether it came from north, south east or west. For the entire duration of the time I was laying down, probably close to 20 minutes before I got up. Once I did get up, I couldn't find it anymore. The area I was in is separated by the highway (I believe the 401) if you go down a small hill, then a fence. If I had gotten into a car and drove, I could have been at a regional airport in probably about 20 minutes. There is no military or Air Force buildings anywhere nearby. I was at a skate park located behind an outdoor track and field, often used for local sporting events. Also, there is an indoor auditorium, where concerts and hockey often happen, but because it was so late, most of the bright lights were turned off.

Occasionally, I was able to see airplanes also flying very high up, as the nearest international airport is approximately an hours drive away. There were no trails or tails were visible to me. I was unable to hear any sound and it was just glowing orange. It stayed orange for the duration of its visibility.

This is not the first time me or people I know have seen unidentifiable objects in this area, this is just the only one I have enough information on to give an accurate (and hopefully useful) report. I think that the area of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo are areas of great interest when it comes to objects.

Thank you for taking the time to review my report. I hope it can offer useful information to your studies.

[UFOINFO thanks Brian Vike & HBCC UFO Research for the follow-up.]

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