- Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin A UFO Sighting In 1920
- Date: 1920
- Time: Afternoon
- Number of witnesses: 2
- Number of objects: 1
- Shape of objects: Light - round.
- HBCC UFO Research: I have removed the names of the people
who witnessed the sighting to protect their identity.
- Full Description of event/sighting: My grandfather who
is 92 and still alive (Mar 2007) in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, told me
recently about his childhood UFO sighting.
- Funny thing is, as a child I spent an enormous amount
of time with his mother, my great-grandmother. (originally from Canada),
and she also told me the same story when I was a little girl. I did
not understand as a little child that my grandfather had been the son
who was with her at the time of the sighting.
- One day Gramma and her son, who was a young boy of perhaps
6-10 years, were walking in a neighborhood known as Garden Acres, in Chippewa
Falls, Wisconsin. It was still daylight, afternoon, when they saw
a light in the sky. Airplanes did not fly overhead back in those days,
so it was very unusual to see moving lights in the sky.
- The light moved along horizontally as they watched it,
then it suddenly shot upward and quickly disappeared from view.
- Great-grandma told her son to never tell anyone
what they had seen because people would think they were crazy in the head.
- That's the whole story. In all of my 46 years, I
have never known my grandfather to lie or exaggerate, nor to tell stories
or believe in fantastical things. My great-grandmother, too, was a trustworthy
witness not given to fantasy or exaggeration.
- Thank you to the family member for relating this very
- Pilot UFO Sighting In Tranquillity, California
- HBCC UFO Research Note: There are thousands of aircraft
flights each and everyday, if carrying passengers, cargo or military flights of
some type. With so many flights taking place each and everyday we are lucky
if we hear a small fraction of unidentified UFO reports from pilots. Sightings
of unknown objects are being witnessed each and everyday by ground observers,
but yet we don't receive all that many pilot reports. I would like to request
that if any pilots who have been witness to something they weren't able
to explain while flying an aircraft, would you please be so kind as to
relate the information, or your sighting report to me.
- Please keep in mind that any and all personal information
will be respected and will remain private. I will not post names, emails
or anything else that you would consider personal. So if a pilot has been
witness to a UFO sighting, please do write to me, Brian Vike - Director
of HBCC UFO Research at<>firstname.lastname@example.org and by using
this email address I will be the only person reading your mail. Thank you,
- In the summer of 1978, I was flying for a crop dusting
operation near Tranquillity, California. At that time I had been a duster
pilot for over sixteen years, and flying nights since 1965. In central
California during the summer months, certain fields are treated after dark,
mainly to protect workers and honeybees from exposure to AG chemicals.
- On the early morning of 28 July, just before three AM,
I was sitting in the cockpit of my airplane, a Rockwell Thrush Commander.
The aircraft was parked, with its engine shut down and all interior and
exterior lights off, at the south end of a one-half mile dirt runway, located
about five miles southwest of Mendota, a small town in the San Joaquin
Valley about thirty miles west of Fresno. The Thrush was lined up with
the runway, facing due north.
- I had just finished spraying a quarter-section cotton
field, and was getting ready to spray another. My two girl flaggers were
already in place on the field I was about to treat, and my loader was busy
mixing a batch of pesticide to be applied on it.
- It was a calm, cloudless night, typical of midsummer
in the San Joaquin Valley. The air temperature at ground level was around
seventy degrees, and the visibility was good. Although I was somewhat tired,
I was not at all sleepy. I had drunk several cups of coffee from my thermos
during the previous six hours, and I have always been sensitive to caffeine
as a stimulant.
- As I sat in the cockpit, waiting for the first load to
be pumped into the hopper tank, I glanced over to my right at the crescent
moon rising in the east, and then turned back to again face north. At this
time, I noticed a dim, diffused orange glow, low in the sky to the northwest,
about forty-five degrees to the left of the aircraft nose.
- My first thought was that a house, barn, or other nearby
ranch building had caught fire, but I discarded that possibility almost
immediately. I knew the area quite well (an absolute necessity for safe
night AG flying) and the glow was in the direction of the field that
I was about to spray. I had flown this same field several times before,
and knew there were no buildings in the immediate vicinity. I decided that
if it was a fire, it had to be much farther away.
- This possibility was discarded a few seconds later, when
the orange glow began to slowly rise. When it was about thirty degrees
above the horizon, it started moving toward the east. At first this movement
was quite slow, but within a few seconds, it speeded up. The glow then
began to take on an elongated form, markedly longer in the vertical plane
than in the horizontal. It reminded me of a segment of searchlight beam,
except that the entire light column moved laterally, while oriented nearly
straight up and down, rather than in a radius around a fixed light source.
The length of the column seemed to be about ten to twenty degrees of vertical
- As the light column passed through due north, straight
ahead over the airplane nose, it continued accelerating and becoming brighter.
I then realized that I was viewing something that was totally different
from my many other nighttime sightings of missile launches, satellites,
planets, and other aircraft.
- I yelled for my loader to look, but the noise of the
mix rig engine drowned out my voice, and because his attention was focused
on opening cans of pesticide on the opposite side of the mix tank, he didn't
see my frantic signals. I climbed out of the cockpit onto the left wing,
planning to jump down and run around the trailer to alert him. Then I had
the thought that if I did, I might miss a vital part of the display, so
I remained standing on the wing.
- After passing abeam of the runway end, the object continued
accelerating for a short time, perhaps five to ten seconds. It then climbed
slightly, and at the same time abruptly slowed. During this phase the glow
was becoming brighter, while the vertical beam was shortening, forming
itself into a more compact mass of light.
- At about forty-five degrees off to my right, the object,
now considerably brighter, and resembling a glowing ball, came to a stop
for several seconds. It then reversed course, and once again began moving,
this time back to the west.
- Several seconds after starting its westward movement,
and without slowing, the ball of light instantly assumed the shape of a
well-defined, flattened sphere with pointed ends, which emitted a steady
orange glow. At this time it began a shallow descent, gathering speed and
leveling out around twenty degrees above the horizon. It flew with its
pointed ends parallel to the ground. From my position, the size of the
object looked to be about that of a large pea or small marble when held
at arms length.
- When the glowing, flattened sphere was directly over
the Thrush's nose, it abruptly halted, going from a high rate of speed
to a dead stop almost instantaneously. It remained stationary for no more
than a few seconds - five at the most. Although this would have been the
best opportunity to determine the object's true size, I was unable to make
an estimate, since its distance from me was unknown. On the report which
I later submitted, I placed it at one to three miles away, but that distance
is highly speculative.
- After its momentary halt, the object again accelerated.
Within a few seconds it had resumed its previous high speed, but appeared
to have turned ninety degrees, and was now climbing directly away from
me at a very steep angle. Its heading was due north, and as it rose, it
attained what looked to be the highest speed reached during the entire
time it had been in view.
- Because of the unknown size and distance of the object,
and the fact that it was climbing at an angle directly away from me, this
speed was impossible to estimate accurately. Judging from the rate at which
it seemed to grow smaller though, it looked to be travelling about three
to five times faster than a jet airliner at an altitude of around thirty
thousand feet, as seen from the ground.
- During this climb, the object also reached its maximum
brightness, only very slightly less than that of the crescent moon. As
it continued to rise, it began to dim. It finally vanished from my sight
high above the horizon (about sixty to seventy degrees), over the glow
of the lights of Firebaugh, another small town about 12 miles due north
of my position.
- The total time which the object remained in view, from
my first sighting of the diffused mass of light until the final disappearance
of the flattened sphere, seemed to be about 40-50 seconds, but an accurate
estimate is quite difficult. It could have been somewhat shorter, but almost
certainly wasn't longer.
- Throughout the episode, I remained relatively calm, but
was filled with awe when I realized that I had just witnessed a phenomenon
about which I had previously only read, and, up to that time, was not at
all certain actually existed.
- As soon as the object disappeared, I jumped off the wing
and asked my loader if he had seen anything. He had not, and when I told
him what I had witnessed, he was disappointed, to say the least. He finished
mixing the batch of pesticide, and I sprayed four loads on the field. I
then sprayed another quarter-section located northeast of the strip without
- After returning to Tranquillity, I sought out my two
flaggers, and asked them if they had seen anything unusual the previous
night. They were both very evasive and reluctant to answer my questions,
and kept trying to change the subject. I finally got them to admit that
they had also seen the object. Their view of it had been better than my
own, since they described it as somewhat larger and brighter than it had
appeared from my location. From this, I estimated that they were closer
to it than I had been, although it had still remained to the north of them.
- With further questioning, the fact emerged that they
had also seen the same object on the previous two nights, while flagging
for another pilot. The girls described it very aptly as "a little,
flat, flying football." They had told no one else of these previous
sightings, and remained very reluctant to discuss them with me. I later
talked with the other pilot, who stated that he had seen nothing out of
the ordinary on either night.
- Several nights later, at around midnight, I was in the
air, returning to Tranquillity from the western edge of the valley. I was
heading almost due east, flying at about five hundred feet. Suddenly, to
the south, just off my right wing, at what seemed to be considerable distance
away, I again sighted a column of diffused light. This time, the glow was
more yellowish than orange. It appeared to move very slowly to the west,
and I waited for a few seconds to see if another bright, oval shape would
materialize from it. This did not occur. I then turned the airplane toward
the light column, and flashed my two field lights of six hundred watts
each. It immediately disappeared, and I saw no further evidence of the
- A few days afterward, I wrote to the National Investigative
Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP), and reported the first sighting.
Since the second light column had seemed rather far away, and was visible
for only a short time, I didn't mention it. I later made out a NICAP report
form and returned it. There was no reply from the organization, and I later
learned that NICAP became non-operational the next year.
- That sighting of 28 July made a very deep and lasting
impression. I can still see the glowing orange, flattened sphere as vividly
in my mind as it appeared on that early morning many years ago. I have
no doubt that the device (or whatever it was) was real - there is absolutely
no way that it could have been a product of my imagination. Twelve years
previously, I had flown in the Sudan with some AG pilots who mentioned
seeing somewhat similar objects in Arkansas and Florida.
- Around that same time, many persons in the Mendota-Tranquillity
area claimed to have seen, over a period of several nights, a gigantic,
black object, with strange, multi-colored flashing lights. It moved slowly,
making no sound, and was so huge that it obscured a significant portion
of the night sky. (This fits the "mother ship" description of
which I later read in various UFO accounts.) I never saw this vehicle,
so I can't verify its existence, but it was the talk of all of the little
towns on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley for many weeks afterward.
- Over the years, I have seen two other unusual objects
during night AG flying operations in the same general area. I once observed
a bright blue light descend slowly to the ground from a high altitude,
and watched, for a minute or so, a group of several bright white lights
in a perfect "L" formation. They were flying very high and very
fast, much faster than any known conventional aircraft. Neither of these
incidents had the visual and psychological impact of the 1978 sighting
- As I write this, I have spent over 35 years in agricultural
aviation, and accumulated more than eleven thousand hours of AG flying
time, several thousand of these at night. During the many thousands of
hours I have spent outdoors after dark, I have seen hundreds of satellites,
about thirty missile launches from Vandenberg AFB, all of the visible planets
under widely varying sky conditions, and many thousands of military and
civilian aircraft in all modes of flight. What I saw on that early July
morning was totally unlike anything else I have ever observed in the night
- Since then, I have read hundreds of books dealing with
all aspects of UFOs. Many of them contain accounts that are inconsistent
and contradictory, while others are obviously outright fantasy. A few,
however, seem to be authentic. Unlike most other UFO researchers, my search
for the truth behind the many thousands of documented appearances of these
phenomena is driven by the certain knowledge that they in fact exist.
- To date, despite many years of research, I am still unable
to form a definite opinion as to the substance and meaning of these mysterious
and logic-defying objects. I hope, however, to somehow correlate the mass
of at-times conflicting information, and determine their true origin and
purpose, before I make that last flight West.
- After the above article was first published, (removed
by HBCC UFO) received a letter from a 25,000 hour commercial pilot
who had sighted what was essentially the same phenomenon on a night in
January of 1978, six months before my own experience.
- He was on a charter flight with several passengers aboard
and cruising at 8500 feet when, at about 9 PM, he looked to the west of
his course and saw a similar cycle of light begin. He started to turn toward
it to get a better view, but his passengers had no desire whatever to get
any closerthey became quite agitated and "strongly objected,"
so he reluctantly turned away from the spectacle so as to calm them down.
By the time he got back on his original heading, the light show was over.
He also mentioned that he had seen a flight of "silvery disks"
somewhere over north central Washington sometime in the 1950's.
- (Removed by HBCC UFO) also got a letter from a distinguished
professor at a northern California university, who dismissed my sighting
as "only the aurora borealis, or northern lights." I have seen
the northern lights a number of times. Once, when they were exceptionally
strong, they even appeared on the horizon in southern California. Of course,
they bear no resemblance whatever to what I saw in the sky that morning,
and anyone reading the article who has also seen the northern lights should
have been able to comprehend that there was a vast difference between them.
Some professor! Some aurora borealis!
- Since the article first appeared, I have had one more
sighting of something that remains unexplained in my mind. My wife also
saw it, and is likewise at a loss to explain it.
- On an early summer evening, we were lying on our backs
on a lawn, watching the passage of the linked space shuttle/space station
as they passed overhead. It was a very bright object, and had appeared
exactly at the time forecast.
- About 15 seconds after it had passed directly above us,
we saw a bright white, flashing light on approximately the same track as
the linked vehicles, but some distance behind them. It was nearly directly
overhead also. The light didn't move in the same direction however. Instead,
it flashed, disappeared, and then flashed again in another location some
distance away from its original position. This cycle repeated itself about
five or six times, with the light appearing at a different part of the
sky each time, then the object disappeared.
- I mailed an account of this sighting to the National
Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena, an organization which
gathers reports of unexplained aerial object sighting from all over the
world. They mostly come from airline pilots. The reply stated that this
same "flashing, disappearing/reappearing light" was one of the
most common objects reported by a large number of pilots, none of whom
were able to explain it. Neither was NARCAP.
- Although I have been searching for 40 years, I myself
am no wiser as to the origin or purpose of these various unidentified flying
objects which are being reported with increasing frequency all over the
world. However, since there is nothing in the universe that is "supernatural,"
I am convinced that they are a part of some larger phenomena yet to be
- An Unexplained Sighting Over Northern Alabama
- (Published in - Removed by HBCC UFO - September
1995 as sidebar to "A Little Flat Flying Football")
- Whenever I travel by airline, I always try to get a window
seat, because I like to look out on the ever-changing clouds and sky and
watch the ground passing below. Thus, on 21 April 1994, at approximately
1310 EDT, I was in the rearmost right window seat of a Delta Lockheed L-1011.
The aircraft was nearly full of passengers, heading west/northwest on a
flight from Atlanta to Salt Lake City.
- We were in a climb to cruising altitude, passing through
approximately 18/20,000 feet, when I suddenly saw, almost directly below,
two seemingly circular bright, glowing white objects, with no visible wings
or tail surfaces, moving toward the northeast at a very high speed. I spotted
them just after they had passed under the airplane.
- Because I have no knowledge of their size, or their distance
from the aircraft, it's hard to say how far below they actually were, or
at what speed they were traveling. I can tell you that they were moving
very fast though...much faster than the fastest military fighter aircraft
would be capable of flying, especially at that relatively low altitude.
Besides that, with only a few exceptions for test and tactical ranges in
several of the western states, supersonic flight is forbidden over the
continental US, and these machines were traveling at a speed which was
obviously much higher than the speed of sound would have been at that altitude.
And of course all military aircraft of all the services are now coated
with either radar-absorptive or camouflage paint, and thus are either a
uniform dull grey or a dull gray/green mottled color combination.
- Although these objects were flying together, they were
not in a close formation, such as tactical military aircraft would normally
be, but approximately 3-5 degrees apart. As they moved away below, they
seemed to drift a little farther away from each other.
- I watched them disappear in the distance, and then looked
forward along the row of seats to see if anyone ahead of me was pointing,
gesturing, or giving some indication that they had also seen the objects.
No one was...all of the other passengers had the window shades down and
were watching some dumb Whoopee Goldberg movie. Evidently I was the only
one looking out the window.
- While this didn't have the same impact as my previous
sighting of July 1978, it was still an exciting experience. I only wish
I had seen an indication that someone else on that airplane had sighted
the machines...or whatever they were.
- Thank you to the witness for the really interesting reports.
- Kirkland, Washington State Blazing Sphere Of Energy My
Experience (Update Diagrams)
- Date: May, 1984
- Time: Early a.m.
- Number of witnesses: 1
- Number of objects: 1
- Shape of objects: Sphere.
- Full Description of event/sighting: Blazing Sphere Of
Energy - my experience.
- In 1984, about May, I had a very bizarre night-time experience
that involved a blazing, extremely bright white ball of light that made
hissing, electrical sounds. At this time I was living alone in a ground
level apartment in a 5-plex unit. I abruptly woke up sometime in the early
AM. As I sat up in my bed I could see an unusually bright light glowing
through my bedroom window. My first thought was that the apartment building
was on fire! I shot out of bed and tried the light switches, but the electricity
in my unit was off. I checked the electrical panel in my bedroom closet
and everything was 'on' but still there was no power. After quickly jumping
into some pants, I raced outside expecting to see the other residents of
the building outside, equally as alarmed as I was.
- Nobody else was outside, and I couldn't see any indication
of a fire in our building. But in the neighbor's yard there was a ball
of intensely bright, white light right next to the outer wall of the house.
About 5 to 6 feet in diameter, it made loud crackling noises. I had to
peer over the fence to see it, and was amazed that the house wasn't on
fire because of what was apparently a severe electrical malfunction of
some kind. The brightness of this white ball of light was enough to light
up the entire backyard of the neighbor's house and shine light over to
my residence. I stood barefooted, mesmerized by this incredibly bright
ball of light, trying to make some kind of sense out of it.
- At some point, I inexplicably seem to have lost interest
in this matter and went back to my apartment and went back to sleep. The
next morning, I woke up and immediately went outside to check for fire
damage. There was none! The electrical power was back on and the strange
events of the previous night had no demonstrable effect - other than in
my memory. I walked around the parking lot of our building and looked
down to the blackberry and weed infested edge of the lot. Weirdly, I mentally
pictured a rusted out wreck of an old car that was abandoned in this area.
But this was crazy, there wasn't any such thing in evidence. But I couldn't
shake off the impression that a car had somehow ended up in this corner
of the property.
- A little time after this experience, the weeping willow
tree on the neighbor's lot near the blazing, crackling white ball of light
began to die. A few months later it was cut down.
- Additional Information:
- There were dogs and cats in this neighborhood but, as
I recall, all was silent during this event except for the hissing-crackling
noise of the ball of light. I was really transfixed by this bright light
and it pretty much had my attention riveted to it.<br><br>
- No aircraft, at least none that I noticed.
- This was a very spooky experience and I felt shaken by
it -- still do, actually -- particularly because of the weird impression
that an abandoned old car was parked in the weeds in the corner of our
lot. Just as I'm writing this I have the feeling that I walked (barefooted!)
down to this area (see attached diagram) to approach this car. My recollection
is that it was rounded in shape, hence the vague image of a 1940ish automobile,
and had a door missing. Boy, I'm now recalling someone trying to convince
me to come down to the 'car'. I protested because of the blackberries
and the fact that I didn't have shoes on! There was a sort of tug-o-war
of willpower taking place.
- More Information:
- Hi Brian, As I was trying to fall asleep the other night
I started to have some mental images and emotions sort of bubble up spontaneously
about the 1984 Kirkland incident. In the past, I have tried to remember
if there was more to this experience than just the hissing ball of light,
but always drew a blank. It
- was like I hit a brick wall and couldn't go any further.
- At this point I'm pretty sure that I did walk barefoot
down into the weedy corner of the lot. (For what its worth, I was 30 years
old at the time.) I can remember the physical discomfort and emotions.
What I mentally assigned as an old, rounded car after the experience was
probably something a little bit different. See my attached sketch. Of
course there is always the question about the accuracy of recalled experiences.
Please understand that I am not making any hard & fast claims about
the factual nature of this memory.
- For me what stands out to reinforce my own belief that
what I have recalled actually happened are the peculiar details and the
strong emotions. I remember looking out to the lake and the skyline
wishing that I could just check out . . . bye bye, I'm out of here, at
least mentally and emotionally. Also the detail about the two shorties
waving their arms in an almost robotic manner came to me before I even
fully pictured their appearance. If you look carefully at my sketch, you
can see in light lines the arm movement, which came to me first when making
- Anyway, what follows is some additional material about
the '84 Kirkland blazing ball of light report. You can use it and this
intro if you want. I wrote in the present tense because it was just tumbling
out of my mind. I had to stop when the elevator effect was happening.
If anything additional comes up I'll let you know.
- PS: I'm beginning to think that this '84 incident might
tie in to another weird experience I had back in '78. In this earlier
case I ended up in the side yard sometime in the early a.m. just wearing
my underpants! Talk about embarrassing. By now you must surely think
I'm completely a nut case!
- Additional '84 Kirkland blazing ball of light experience:
- I recall standing on the edge of the paved parking lot
looking west. In the distance I can see the surface of Lake Washington
reflecting the moonlight and see the silhouettes of the skyscrapers of
the Seattle skyline. But much closer to me (about 10m away) nestled into
the weeds and blackberry vines I can also make out the shape of a small
round-topped structure. I really don't want to look at the object in the
corner of the yard and am trying hard to fix my gaze on the view out to
- This attempt to ignore the obvious (like the elephant
in the living room) isn't holding up, and I have to turn my head towards
what's in the weeds. I notice that two squat figures are standing outside
of a bell-shaped structure. My first impression is that the 'people' are
chubby children because they are only a little over a meter tall. I have
the strong impression that they want me to come down to them. It's like
they are pulling on me somehow. I don't feel threatened or particularly
afraid, but am mostly concerned about venturing barefooted into the blackberries.
- Very carefully I'm climbing down into the weed-infested
area of the lot and am now standing near the two shorties. I feel tall
and slender in comparison to them. In the dim light their skin appears
dark, almost black with a blue tint(?). Their eyes are all black and rather
large, but not huge in comparison to their head, which has a rather square
shape. The nose is flat and broad and the large mouth is defined by thick
lips. (See attached sketch.) For some reason they give me the feeling
of a cheerful, 'hi-ho, away we go' type of personality. They are *******
- Now the problem is that they want me to get inside of
their bell-shaped device. They are gesturing energetically with their
arms, swinging them towards the tiny doorway into the bell (craft, I figured
by now) like trying to shoo me in. It is really weird, almost comical
how their movements are totally synchronized. I'm telling them, no! It's
too small for me! I keep telling them I won't fit. I don't fit, I don't
fit, I don't fit. It's no use, I'm inside now. I feel like crying.
- We must be descending because I have the sickening feeling
of being in an elevator going down too fast. There is also an optical
impression of going through a dark, somewhat curvy tube with the walls
glistening with electrical sparks. I think I might have feinted at this
- The person who went through this experience has done
up some really nice graphics, one map and what he believed the figures
appear to have looked like and the craft itself. To view these diagrams:
- Thank you to the witness for the interesting report.
- Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Bright Object Comes
To A Stop
- Date: July 2002
- Time: Approx: 10:30 p.m.
- Hello Brian. Just read your "Pilot UFO Sighting
In Tranquillity, California". One part of this article of the flashing
UFOs reminded me of an incident that my wife and I had in Yellowstone
National Park while we were on vacation in July, 2002. We were headed
back to our hotel in West Yellowstone. It was late around
10:30 pm. The sky was crystal clear and you could see the stars like a
crisp winter night. At my 10:00 position I saw a brilliant flash of light
so bright that we thought it may have been a nuke flash in space. I was
in the military and am very familiar with nuclear blast effects. My wife
works in a sensitive info dept of the government so we were very concerned.
We recalled that the EMP would have fried the electronics in our car so
we dismissed this as a possibility. I slowed down to a crawl and began
watching that portion of the sky for something unusual. We noticed
a brilliant "star" moving north on a very slow track. We
both watched it and about 15 seconds after the first flash another flash
came from this object! After the second flash the object moved for another
2-3 seconds and came to a stop. I pulled over and stopped to see what would
happen next and watched the object now motionless in the sky. After several
minutes my wife complained about wanting to get back to the hotel
and get ready for bed and our early rise next morning. It never moved again
while I kept track of it the next 30 or so minutes. It simply looked like
a bright star in the sky. All the time I watched the object I suspected
it to be a military satellite or maybe a high flyer recon craft but seeing
it stop and stay stationary has puzzled me since.
- Thank you to the witness for the report.
- Oshawa Harbour, Ontario Two Disc Shaped Objects
- Date: Summer of 2002
- Time: 12:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.
- Location of Sighting: Oshawa Harbour
- Number of witnesses: 2
- Number of objects: 2
- Shape of objects: Disc shaped.
- Full Description of event/sighting: I was just looking
around and saw this sight. I had just read a report of a sighting in south
Oshawa and that reminded me of my own experience back in the summer of
2002. Coming back from a golf game and a few after drinks ( I know what
your thinking he was drunk, but I was not delirious) and I was with a female
I had just met when we left for a drive, we ended up at the Oshawa beach
on the peer when we were having a conversation when I noticed this two
flying disc shaped lights flying at incredible speeds. I've watched reports
on UFOs and heard all the mumbo jumbo scientific explanations but what
the two of us saw was unnerving to say the least and lasted around 10 minutes
before the cliché light sped away. I've spoke to my friends which
dismiss it as you were just seeing things, but I know what I saw.
Not sure what it was but after reading other similar encounters I decided
to share my own brief experience with a UFO.
- Thank you to the witness for the report.
- Arab, Alabama A Brilliant Classic Shaped Saucer
And F16s Jet Fighters
- Date: Approx: 2003 (?)
- Time: Approx: 2:00 p.m.
- Another sighting that is of great interest to me occurred over
my home town 3 years ago witnessed by my good friend. He was downtown Arab
AL on main street outside talking with a couple of friends. It
was a bright sunny day around 2:00 pm central with few clouds and
great visibility. Suddenly a brilliant classic shaped saucer object
that my friend described as a brilliant polished metal gray came
into view from the south at a low altitude (his guess was around 2,000
feet). He said that it was headed north at an unbelievable rate of speed
and traversed approx. 180 degrees of the sky in 2 or three seconds. His
friends saw it also. They stood there dumbfounded questioning what they
had just seen when about 45-60 seconds later two F16s came screaming past
at just under supersonic headed in the flight path of the object. No news
of anything unusual was seen or heard on the news or papers.
- Thank you to the witness for the report.
- Sky Above Montclair Pomona, Ontario Orbs Of Light
- Date: 3/1/2007-3/4/2007
- Time: 10:40 a.m.
- Location of Sighting: Sky Above Montclair/Pomona/Ontario
- Number of witnesses: 3
- Number of objects: 1
- Shape of objects: Orbs of light.
- Full Description of event/sighting: The past 4 days
if seen 4 different objects in the sky, I've been doing heavy yard work
and keep on seeing these things. My Mom/Girlfriend/Grandfather also have
seen these things I've been freaking out about. I ordered a digital camera
so I can take some pictures of these weird things I've been seeing. They
only hang around for a few minutes if even that. I've gotten the binoculars
out on two of the sightings and seen the light coming from the objects.
I have no idea what these things are but 4 days in a row of seeing weird
stuff in the sky is creepy. If anyone in Ontario/San Bernardino have even
seeing these things please email me. I'm going to get some pictures up
as time goes on.
- First time I saw this thing/s. It was above the sky
of Ontario International Airport, it wasn't moving that I could tell just
sitting up there. Next time I noticed a plane with a contrail behind it,
there was a strange looking white orb in the middle of it not far behind
the plane it was moving in and out of the trail it was moving very fast
at a sideways angle , I don't think any of our aircraft can do such a thing.
3rd time we id noticed it in the same spot it was before but, my woman
and mom were out on the porch with me and saw it together. 4th Time was
just right now over the city of Montclair. Now I probably sound totally
nuts for reporting this with no pictures, but if I'm seeing them 4 days
in a row. Thought I'd report because maybe someone in my area will read
and send me an email. Sorry if this is wasting the webmasters time.
- Thank you to the witness for the report.
- Skelton In Cleveland, England U.K. Brilliant Light With
Blue Tinge Comes To A Stop
- Date: February 3, 2007
- Time: 6:30 p.m.