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UFO Sighting Report - Canada

May 18th 2008 : Salmon Arm, British Columbia


Salmon Arm, British Columbia Red/Orange UFO Changes Direction

Date: May 18, 2008 Time: Approx: 10:15 p.m.

Hello Brian Vike, I'm (name removed) and have sent you a post about a UFO sighting that happened quite some time ago so you might remember who I am. Well, last night while I was camping I saw this reddish orange light in this tree. So I got up and thought the tree was on fire, but then I realize it was something in the sky. It looked almost like a comet was about to fall into our lake, or something pretty big was going to crash. But it got closer and closer until I could see the red/orange and white lights flashing, so by that time I knew this wasn't something normal. I brought out my phone and got a very small picture of the light and not even a minute later it looked like it changed direction on a dime and it was off deep into the sky again similar to were it first came into view. I am almost 100% this was not a star or a satellite because they are not this close to earth and cannot move that fast and change direction, also it had no noise, not even a little. This sighting was in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, about 10:15pm on Sunday May.18, 2008 at the campground called Sandy Point. Well that's about it and I thank you again for reading my sighting. Feel free to post this and write back, also if anybody else says the same thing then let me know because I will answer questions if there is any. I have a picture if you wanted to see it just let me know. Thank you.

Thank you to the witness for their report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research.
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