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August 3rd/4th 2007 : Kelowna, British Columbia


Kelowna, British Columbia More Unusual UFO Sightings In Kelowna

Date: August 3/4, 2007
Time: 11ish Friday night and into early Saturday morning.

Location of Sighting: Kelowna B.C.
Number of witnesses: 2/3
Number of objects: Number of different
Shape of objects: Fire balls/star looking craft/meteor type.

Full Description of event/sighting: I was sitting in the back yard star gazing with friends and family. I noticed a slow moving fireball, which was low and below the cloud line. It was traveling and burning up then it like exploded into pieces then disappeared. About ten minutes later there was another one coming in at the same direction, again below the light cloud line. It flew right over head, "no sound". It kept flying and eventually burnt out but it was going too slow to me to be anything I know. It was like you could still see it going after it burnt out not sure might be the eyes playing tricks, but there was, three of us that witnessed that.

Not sure earlier or later there was like a shooting star with a vapor trail traveling north to south. It was an interesting night none the less.

After the family went to bed, we, two of us noticed three dots flying in formation of a triangle. The two bottom ones were out front as the top one caught up. It looked like the stars were playing. They were way too high to be a jet and traveling too slow to be satellites, as one of them caught up to the other two. Not sure what to say, but I thought it would be something of importance to let you know.

Anyways feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I must run and buy a telescope for tonight's activities!

Puzzled in Kelowna!

Thank you to the witness for their report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research.
E-mail: hbccufo@telus.net
Website: http://www.hbccufo.org
The Vike Report Blog: http://thevikereport.blogspot.com/

HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO

[UFOINFO thanks Brian Vike for passing this report on.]