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UFO Sighting Report - Canada

October 17th 2007 : Mactaquac Dam, Fredericton, New Brunswick


Fredericton, New Brunswick (Mactaquac Dam) Multiple Sighting Of Objects

Date: October 17, 2007
Time: 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Location of Sighting: Mactaquac Dam.
Number of witnesses: 3
Number of objects: 15
Shape of objects: 13 flying small orb lights V formation and 2 rectangular.

Full Description of event/sighting: I was fishing with some buddies at the Mactaquac Dam, when I noticed a somewhat rectangular object with 3 white lights on it that were also rectangular. It was really big and maybe 150 to 200 feet away. It flew by and was hard to make out the body of the object, but the lights were clear, then it disappeared. About 15 minutes later I saw another rectangular object with the same rectangular lights, only this time it was smaller and only had 2 lights. At first I thought maybe it was a large military craft, but it was kind of low as there were many airplanes in the sky and they were much higher. Then around 30 minutes later I saw 10 orb like objects flying in V formation. Once again I thought it might be military planes, but they were moving erratic and at high speed. Some of them would swoop out of formation and move in circles then go right back in formation again, and then disappeared. The last sighting was about 15 min later. This time there was 3 orbs flying in V formation, but they were moving erratically. They would swoop in towards each other then move back to the V formation, then it seemed like they would become 1 orb then split into 2 then back to 3 in V formation. They also disappeared after about 1 min. I noticed that someone in my town reported a similar incident on Sept 8, 2007.

Thank you to the witness for the interesting 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/

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