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  • Frits Westra
    Posted by : Ndunlks@aol.comFrom: UFOSSIFrom: SHnSASSY1 To:
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 2, 1999
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      From: <A HREF="mailto:SHnSASSY1">SHnSASSY1</A>
      To: <A HREF="mailto:UFOSSI">UFOSSI</A>

      Subj: SIGHTINGS (http://www.sightings.com/ufo3/ontar.htm)
      Date: 5/28/99 12:48:10 PM Atlantic Daylight Time




      Recent Ontario, Canada
      UFO Sighting Reports
      From Michel M. Deschamps <ufoman@...>
      From UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@...>

      Here is a list of the latest sightings from Norteastern
      Ontario that were reported to me.

      Date: Wednesday, March 24, 1999

      Location: Blind River, Ontario

      A woman from Algoma Mills (7 miles from Blind River)
      had a close encounter while driving towards Blind River, where she was going
      to pick up her daughter at the local Tim Horton's. The time was approximately
      11:20 p.m. When she got within mile from Blind River, she saw an object
      lifting off from behind some trees at an RV trailer lot, near the shores of
      Lake Huron. She described it as cigar-shaped and red and white in colour.
      When she saw it lift up above the treeline, she pulled right over so that she
      could get out and watch. But when the object started coming over the highway,
      she decided to stay in the car. The object was "as long as one treeline to
      the other" (wider than the highway). She sat there and watched as it came
      right over her car which, at that point, began to vibrate. That's when she
      hit the gas, she said, because "she just wanted to get out of there." At that
      moment, that's when it (the object) took off in a split second. It went right
      over the hospital and flew away in a northerly direction. A woman who had
      reported other encounters before, went to check the site and found no
      physical trace of any kind.

      Two nights prior, on Monday, March 22, in the early
      hours of the morning, she said she woke up and heard a loud hum in her house.
      She went running to her daughter's room, woke her up, and both were in a
      panic state. She said she kind of knew what it was, but didn't want to go
      outside and look. Then the hum went away.

      Date: Thursday, April 15, 1999

      Location: Ironbridge, Ontario

      Two women going for a walk at about 10:00 p.m.
      (Ironbridge 12 miles west of Blind River) reported they saw a bright, bright
      light in the bush and they didn't want to stay any longer. They got scared
      because it was "too...too bright for a normal light." They just took off out
      of there.

      Date: Saturday, April 17, 1999

      Location: Garson, Ontario

      A former Falconbridge worker and his wife (from
      Dowling, Ontario) were driving back from Garson when they spotted an object
      in the sky, moving in a north-northeasterly direction. The time was
      approximately 9 p.m. and the sky was a bit cloudy. At first, the woman
      thought it was the moon. But at the time, the moon was in the southern sky
      and had a thin crescent shape. The object was described as a last-quarter
      moon with the tips squared off, and yellow in colour. It was seen for about
      12 - 30 seconds before it moved away from them.

      Date: Tuesday, April 13, 1999

      Location: Val Caron, Ontario

      On the evening of April 13th, a Sudbury resident who
      works for a maintenance company and a fellow worker saw a strange sight while
      on their way to Hanmer. The time was approximately 9:45 p.m. when they
      approached the top of the hill in Val Caron from which there is an excellent
      view of the valley. At that moment, they saw a blue, ball-shaped light with a
      flaming tail on it moving across the sky. At first, they thought it was a
      meteor, but the fire tail suddenly went out and the object flashed brightly
      three times before disappearing. The witness said that the "object was going
      too fast to be a plane, and yet too slow to be a meteor or shooting star." He
      also said that it left a trail of smoke behind, which meant that it was in
      the atmosphere. He said: "It was very close to the ground, maybe a couple of
      hundred feet up. Three cars in front of us seen it also and slammed on the
      breaks." They reported their sighting to the airport and a local radio
      station, but the people there hadn't seen or heard anything about it.

      Date: Tuesday, April 13, 1999

      Location: Sudbury, Ontario

      At around 5:50 a.m., a Sudbury resident was driving her
      husband to work when she saw a fluorescent green object in the western sky
      which moved with great speed (about 1 - 2 seconds). At first, she thought it
      could have been a comet; it was round-shaped at the head with a short vapour
      trail. It was half the size of the moon and was travelling west to north, in
      the area of the sky above Memorial Hospital. She said "it happened so
      quickly, but was so impressive."

      Date: Thursday, May 20, 1999

      Location: Dowling, Ontario

      A Dowling resident reported to me that at around 6:10
      p.m., his wife was looking through the kitchen window to the north and saw a
      disk-shaped object, silver in colour, with the sun reflecting off its
      surface. It looked to be a little over halfway up in the sky, moving from
      west to east. It then went behind a cloud and disappeared. She kept looking,
      hoping to see it again but never did. Then, at around 6:30 p.m., her husband
      noticed something in the same part of the sky but further away. He described
      it as a round object, very dull in colour, again moving from west to east.
      The size looked to be about that of an old 5-cent piece (smaller than a dime)
      at arm's length. It also disappeared behind the clouds. He waited and watched
      for it, but never saw it again. The weather was clear, the sun was still out
      and the clouds were thin. He could clearly see it with the naked eye. "It was
      no plane, no helicopter, no bird and no weather balloon," he said. But he's
      not sure what it was.

      Michel M. Deschamps MUFON's Provincial Section Director
      for Sudbury, Ontario UFO Researcher/Historian

      ~~~~~Louise A. Lowry~~~~~
      "World Of The Strange Weekly Newsletter"
      <A HREF="http://www.jb-graphics.com/thestrange/">World Of The Strange</A>
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