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2002 Sighting Reports

Date: Late May 2002.
Location: Timmins, Ontario.

I received this written report through my colleague Todd Fraser on September 30, 2002:

'In late May 2002, a UFO sighting occurred in Timmins, Ontario. The time was approximately 9:30 p.m. My sister-in-law was taking the dog out to the backyard when she looked up to the sky. It was a clear, warm night and she noticed a string of lights, about ten fists apart, in the south eastern part of the sky.

At first, she thought they were stars, but then she noticed the string of about nine to twelve lights slowly moving across the sky, keeping their distance from each other as they moved. She described it as a "convoy" of light blue lights moving rather slowly until the last one disappeared out of sight. My brother came out and witnessed the sighting as well.

No aircraft or other activity was mentioned in the area that night, and the lights were not blinking or flashing . . . just moving in a straight line. They moved from northwest to southeast, and then vanished.'

MD

* the space between the objects was constant.

 
 
Names of witnesses withheld. For educational purposes only.