UFO Sighting Report - Canada
July 16th 2007 : Parkland Region, Manitoba
Parkland Region In Manitoba, White Flashing Light Comes To A Stop
Date: July 16, 2007
Time: 11:17 p.m.
11:17 pm last night, Monday July 16th.
Clear sky/calm night
Parkland region in Manitoba, Canada
I was at my lake last night in Manitoba. I was enjoying a very beautiful and peaceful night. There were three of my friends and I was just sitting around the campfire on the north shore. I was standing there, looking up at the stars, just soaking it all in as I always do when I am there. I suddenly noticed a very strange thing.
There was a flashing object flying across the sky, coming in from west and heading east. It was a white light that it flashed as it crossed the sky. At first I thought it was an airliner. It took less than a minute for it to get to the direct south of our location.
Suddenly it became apparent it was not a jet as it suddenly just stopped moving. It stopped for two or three seconds then it started to move upward as it seemed to almost zigzag on it's way up.
I looked at one friend as this was taking place and said are you seeing what I am seeing? She replied she was.
The object did climb a fair distance and then it stopped moving one again. It sat for a couple seconds and started back towards the west, the same direction as it came from but at a very noticeable increased speed. It continued on west and then it disappeared as in vanished. Throughout the entire movement of this object, continue flashing the entire time. The entire sighting lasted about 2 minutes.
I talked to my friends that were all there watching, none of us had ever seen anything like it in our combined years of 160.
It was certainly not as close as all of my other sightings but. I truly do not feel that it was anything that would be considered normal.
I am going to be back at the lake this week again. I do feel that there will be more to come.
Thank you to the witness for the report.
HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO
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