Friday, June 24, 2011


Another selection of recent UFO reports in Canada

I have received many more UFO reports during the past month, including some from John Hayes, Brian Vike and Sue St. Clair. (Thanks to all for your contribution to UFO research!)

Here are some of the cases:

May 1, 2011 Shelbourne, ON
"We noticed a red dot in the sky that stood there for 20 min. and beamed two lights out of it that were white and red... smaller dots hoovering around the large one... We notified the police in Shelbourne and they blatantly asked us 'how much we drank for the night...'" (Vike)

May 8, 2011 12:37 pm Walpole Island, ON
A glowing white object to the left of the Sun appears in one photo taken during a series of images. (NUFORC)

May 9, 2011 2:10 am Campbell River, BC
In the SW sky a witness saw a large V-shaped formation of lights flying just below the clouds. It was silent and at least "a mile long." (Vike)

May 19, 2011 11:10 pm Dryden, ON
Four or five dim red lights in a "crooked triangle" making a "low" sound glided near the ground past trees very close to two shocked witnesses. The lights were in view only about 5 seconds. (Pararesearchers)

May 21, 2011 1:30 am Toronto, ON
Four stationary lights changing colours, stationary in the night sky, vanished from sight. (UFOSNW)

May 23, 2011 9:55 pm Brantford, ON
Bright orange circle floating across sky for 90 seconds. Ten minutes later, three lights in a triangle followed the same path and disappeared from view. (UFOSNW)

May 25, 2011 St. Catharine's, ON
Three witnesses watched an "orange orb" floating through the sky towards the NW. It was thought to be the size of a basketball and had "reddish stuff dangling from it." Seen for 30 seconds. (Vike)

May 30, 2011 8:32 pm Peterborough, ON
Translucent triangle with 4 dim blue lights flew S-N without a sound. but left a vapour trail. "... it was stealth." (MUFON)

June 1, 2011 8:00 pm Prince George, BC
"A black spot in sky seemed suspended below the clouds." Moved slowly from N-S for 45 mins. Through binoculars, it looked like "two spheres spinning around each other." Vanished when finally was overhead. (Vike)

June 5, 2011 11:00 pm Woodstock, ON
Triangular object with six "auburn-coloured" lights shaped like "petals on the underside" appeared to "come out from behind the tree line." The object "disappeared as suddenly as it appeared." (Vike)

June 5, 2011 9:00 pm Hamilton, ON
Bright orange object "the size of a basketball" moving south, "stopped in mid air and switched direction" to the west. (NUFORC)

June 8, 2011 9:39 pm Moose Jaw, SK
White, cigar-shaped object high in sky, moving east. Photos and video taken. (MUFON)

June 11, 2011 11:30 pm Lee River, MB
Red-orange light low in sky moving parallel to trees in distance W to N. Was not resolvable with binoculars. (UFOROM)

June 11, 2011 9:00 pm Milton, ON
"Round black ball" moving south, seen for 12 seconds. Seemed to be moving against the wind. (UFOINFO)

June 18, 2011 11:21 pm Headingley, MB
"bright orange glowing/luminescent orb/fireball" traveling W, then turned N along treeline. Object then hovered, descended, recovered and continued to the NW out of sight. Duration: 3 minutes. (MUFON)

June 18, 2011 10:55 pm Montreal, PQ
Circular object with middle orange light and many other lights spinning around edge, flew from SE to N at high speed, crossing the horizon in 5 seconds. "I am a believer now." (NUFORC)

June 18, 2011 11:15 pm Oakbank, MB
Large orange light in western sky, hovering. After several minutes, the object seemed to be getting smaller and moving further to the west. (UFOROM)


Keep 'em comin,' folks!

UFOs all over the place

After recently posting a note about how UFO reports were down in number, I received several emails from people who disagreed with me. They pointed to online stories about how "mass sightings" are popping up all around the world, and how this means the aliens are accelerating their plan to make contact and herald a new age of disclosure.

I stand by my statement. UFO report numbers are down.

This has nothing to do, of course, with web news stories to the contrary. A simple search will find many tweets and Youtube posts about odd lights in the sky, but these are not reports.

As an example, one person noted that:

...the skies over [the] Toronto area & particularly the Southwest part of the city [sic] is very busy[:] day, evening [sic] or night on any given date!

It's so much activity that [it] isn't even feasible to photograph the spaceships and orbs each time!

Even the Youtube videos, to which this person refers, show greatly zoomed and pixelated point- and extended sources that could be literally anything, least of all spaceships. There are no exact times or dates given. No directions, direction of movement, elevation, or duration that might give clues as to what the objects might be. It's simply assumed that the night skies over Toronto are filled with spaceships, as if we live inside a Blade Runner universe.

I'll say it again: these are not good UFO reports.

Since many Youtube videos are now being added as reports when the info is available, even if we regard them as UFO reports, they are reports of low quality and content, despite being visual in nature. It used to be that UFO investigators would raise the Reliability value of a UFO report if a photograph was provided. Not so anymore. Without reference objects, accompanying detailed descriptions and sufficient information to allow interpretation and evaluation towards seeking an explanation, grainy videos on Youtube and indiscernible objects in Flickr photos are low-quality UFO reports.

They are also not proof that spaceships are buzzing our cities.

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