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UFO Sighting Report - Canada

October 2007 : Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario


Lights Over Niagara On The Lake, Ontario

Date: October 2007 (Various nights)
Time: Approx: 9:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.

This is indeed a strange one to report to you again. I live in Niagara on the lake, and since my sightings throughout this area have indeed been more frequent, may I say that I myself don't understand it. Every Thursday, Friday into Sunday nights I see the same lights. Now, one of the evenings that was rather nice and warm I had decided to sit out on the patio and of course look up per usual now a days.. And I saw a large white streak from South to North it proceeded not like a meteor but a thin white streak it faded into a pin prick of light then this thing appeared.. The first thing that came to mind was oh my God that's how they appear.. anyway I watched for sometime with binoculars. Again the red, blue green lights were quite visible.. it seemed to be rotating on an angle. Now last evening was the 28th of October and this time they were in the Western sky lower than ever and this time not over the lake.

I clocked it from approx: 9:00pm to when I went to bed at 3:00am. Whatever this is I don't know but they can stay in the sky same spot for hours. I can't say for sure what these are but have counted in an evening approx 3-4 north, east and in the western sky. Please if there is anyone out there who sees anything similar let it be known. Because I myself am rather perplexed at this. They are very bright and seem to pulsate. I would appreciate some feedback from anyone else living in the area. Just look up and when what appears to be a star seems to pulsate, that's just not a star. Look up usually over tree lines. Thanks.

Thank you to the witness for their report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research.
E-mail: hbccufo@telus.net
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