UFOs Rising
By Thom Barker
Houston Today news

"The whole province has been really busy." - Brian Vike
After a very quite year, the Northwest is once again becoming the hotbed of UFO sightings.
"The whole province has been really busy," said Brian Vike, a world-renowned ufologist from Houston.
 "I haven't a clue why, 2005 was really dead."
Vike says he gets hundreds of reports a year from all over the world to his website, but the sightings that really get him excited are the local ones.
The most recent of those occurred just three weeks ago in Hazelton. Three witnesses reported seeing a green object rise above the mountain, dash across the sky then disappear.
A week before, two reports came from Topley and Moricetown of very similar incidents on the evening of April 24. And on Feb 12, three people from Houston reported watching an egg-shaped object hover above Mount Harry Davis for two or three minutes before dropping out of sight.
Although Vike is a believer in extraterrestrial life, he said he ends up debunking most of the reports he gets. That was the case April 24 when numerous residents of Terrace witnessed brilliant blue lights in the early evening sky.
Vike tracked that incident to a meteor breaking up low in the atmosphere. "What residents of Terrace saw is a rare event and not to many folks get to see such a fantastic sight in broad daylight," he said.
Then there are the completely inexplicable cases like two Kelowna women who are unable to account for several hours of their lives after they sighted a mysterious object in the sky.
Both women sustained mysterious scars and have reported unceasing nightmares since.
That case is the subject of a segment on CTV's Creepy Canada May 26 and 27. Vike appears on the show as an expert.



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