Sunday, January 01, 2012


UFOs reported in Canada in 2012 already?

Yes, it's true. Off to a flying start.

The first case of 2012 was reported to PSICAN from St. John's Newfoundland. It occurred on January 1, 2012 at 12:10 am, following a fireworks display. A single light, like on a plane, was moving high in the sky by itself. Then the witness noticed several others following it, creating a kind of trapezoidal formation. They suddenly stopped, then moved behind clouds and vanished from sight.

The second case occurred only a few minutes later, in Guelph, Ontario. Two witnesses were preparing to go to bed at 12:15 am and through a window noticed a steady red light moving slowly, high in the sky. It went behind some clouds after three minutes. (MUFON)

Happy New Year!


Based on the timing, when people are likely to release lanterns, balloons, etc., I wonder why people even bother reporting these. If people have heard of MUFON, they have heard of Chinese lanterns.
Happy New Year Chris and Terry.

Although I tend to agree with Terry's point and expect Chris to feel likewise, the reports can be pursued.

I've had a brief look at the weather conditions for last night and haven't found what I wanted. If the cloud ceiling was known, it'd be possible to weigh the probability of whatever lights they saw being Chinese lanterns.

For example, if the cloud ceiling was at 2000ft no lanterns would be disappearing behind them.

On the other hand, if they were lanterns and faded out, it's conceivable that they misperceived the cause of the vanishing lights.

I guess 2012 will be as ufologically equivocal as any other year.
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