UFO Sighting Report - Canada
August 30th 2009 : Victoria, British Columbia
UFOINFO Sighting Form Report
Date: August 30 2009
Number of witnesses: 2
Number of objects: 1
Shape of objects: Too far away to tell, but like a bright star, changing colours
Weather Conditions: Clear sky, no wind, fog or clouds
Description: Maybe more Victorians will have stories to share if they don't think they're the only ones.
We saw this in the early morning hours. My partner came into the house and asked my to come look at this light. At first, from where I stood on his deck outside, I watched what I thought could be a firefly (if we had those) zipping in and out of sight in the branches of a tree. He moved me over and I realized this point of light was extremely high, looking like a star, but brighter and bigger. It was also changing from white to blue to red, in sequence. It would hover for awhile and then zip one way, and then maybe down, or back to it's point of origin. Sometimes it would just do what would look like a little loop, but it was active. A plane flew by during this time and was obviously much closer and slower than what we were seeing. I even thought it could be a trick of our eyes but what he saw corresponded with what I saw & vice versa.
The direction would've been SE. There was no wind and not a cloud in the sky. All other stars looked brilliant and unhindered by any fog. I watched for about 10 minutes and he probably watched for half an hour, so we're pretty sure of what we saw.
This does sound similar to a report from Qualicum in the past.
ALSO: This morning (Sept.26 5:30am) we saw another one. As far away as the last, it again was very bright, with the changing lights. It would move quickly left or right and we could tell it must be changing directions; it would do a little curve and the brilliance of light would subside then it would move again and become brighter.
At the same time I saw a falling star that from my proximity looked somewhat close to this light. The sparklers from that shooter were blue and red, like the fastest firework ever. But that is likely unrelated.
Would like to hear what other Victorians have seen.