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Documents Canadiens sur les OVNIs

Les documents OVNI canadiens sur cette page ont été tirés d'une série de cinq bobines de microfilm de 16 millimètre que j'ai achetées des Archives Nationales du Canada, en 1996 - 1997.

Bien que ces bobines contiennent plusieurs centaines...ou peut-être même des milliers de documents, j'ai décidé de signaler ceux-ci en particulier - 132 en tout - parce qu'ils décrivent des rencontres avec des OVNIs dans la région où j'habite - Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

Ce qui est intéressant est le fait que ces rapports d'OVNIs ont comme source l'ancienne Base des Forces Canadiennes Falconbridge, l'une de plusieurs installations de radar qui faisaient partie de la ligne Pinetree de la défense pour le Canada pendant la guerre froide.

La base des forces canadiennes Falconbridge est devenue célèbre dans les annales du dossier Ufologique durant la période Octobre - Novembre 1975 lorsque celle-ci et quatre autres installations militaires situées aux États-Unis ont été envahis par des OVNIs. Les autres bases impliquées sont: la Base des Forces Armées Loring au Maine; la Base des Forces Armées Wurtsmith au Michigan; la Base des Forces Armées Minot au Dakota du Nord et la Base des Forces Armées Malmstrom au Montana.

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Base des Forces Canadiennes de Falconbridge
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
10 mars 1966
30 mars 1966
ONE OBJECT, SMALLER THAN A STAR, TRAVELLED NORTH TO SOUTH AND STOPPED, THEN ZIPPED EAST. 5 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT, LIKE ELONGATED EGG, WHITE LIKE DAYTIME MOON; ROAR LIKE JET ENGINE. 2 TO 3 MINUTES THEN DISAPPEARED.
20 septembre 1966
23 septembre 1966
ONE OBJECT, MOON-SHAPED; RED, WHITE AND BLUE; STATIONARY. DIM LIGHT WITH GRADUAL FADING, WHITE-ORANGE SIMILAR TO METAL COOLING, INDEFINITE SHAPE BUT CHANGING TO 100 YARDS. OBSERVED FOR 90 SECONDS.
27 septembre 1966
1 octobre 1966
TWO OBJECTS CLOSE TOGETHER, PULSATING LIKE STARS; SIZE SIMILAR TO STARS; WHITE, GREEN AND RED FLASHES. SEEMED TO BE VERY HIGH; SLOW ERRATIC MOVEMENT. APPROX. 30 MINUTES. BRIGHT, STATIONARY OBJECT, SIZE OF THREE STARS, RED, WHITE AND BLUE. SEEN 1 HOUR BEFORE TIME OF REPORTING.
8 avril 1967
26 juin 1967
ONE STATIONARY OBJECT , THREE TIMES AS BRIGHT AS THE STARS; RED, BLUE, WHITE AND GREEN COLORS. SEEN FOR TWO HOURS, 45 DEGREES ABOVE HORIZON. ONE OBJECT, BRIGHTER THAN THE STARS; WHITE (SLIGHTLY PINK AT ONE TIME); SLIGHTLY BIGGER THAN STAR SIZE; LOOKED ROUND THEN FLAT LINE WHEN IT PASSED OVERHEAD. SEEN FOR ½ HOUR; SW TO NE OF SUDBURY.
29 août 1967
1 septembre 1967
ONE FLASHING OBJECT, 3 TIMES LARGER THAN BRIGHTEST STAR; WHITE, NO TAIL NORTH-WEST MOVING WEST TO EAST. SEEN FOR 98 SECONDS. A SINGLE OBJECT AS BRIGHT AS A LARGE STAR; GREEN ON TOP AND RED BELOW AS OBSERVED THROUGH A 120 POWER TELESCOPE. THE OBJECT WAS OBSERVED JUST ABOVE THE HORIZON JUST EAST OF THE BIG DIPPER TO THE NORTH OF SUDBURY. IT MOVED SLIGHTLY TO THE SOUTH. SEEN FOR ONE HOUR.
8 septembre 1967
9 septembre 1967
ONE YELLOW FLASH, BRIGHT AS A STAR, CIGAR SHAPE WITH TWO RED LIGHTS ON BOTH FRONT AND REAR. NO SOUND. PASSED OVERHEAD FROM SOUTH TO NORTH. SEEN NEAR CLARABELLE MINE FOR 10 MINUTES. ONE BRIGHT, RED AND BLUE ROUND OBJECT MOVING AROUND IN SMALL AREA. SEEN FOR 30 MINUTES.
22 septembre 1967
28 septembre 1967
ONE GREEN AND RED OBJECT, SIZE OF A STAR AND BRIGHT AS A STAR, STEADY FOR 15 MINUTES, THEN MOVED WEST TO EAST. LOST SIGHT BEHIND CLOUD. SEEN FOR 15 MINUTES. ONE WHITE FLASHING LIGHT, BRIGHTER THAN A STAR AND THE SIZE OF A STAR. APPEARED TO BE GOING WEST. WITNESS STOPPED CAR. OBJECT TRAVELLING EAST. SEEN FOR 10 MINUTES.
4 octobre 1967
11 et 13 octobre 1967
ONE OBJECT, VERY BRIGHT, NO SHADOWS OBSERVED; GREEN AT ONE END, WHITE PULSATING LIGHT IN CENTRE, RED AT OTHER END, NO TAIL OR TRAIN. HELD A 50 CENT PIECE UP AT ARM'S LENGTH, OBJECT APPEARED ON BOTH SIDES OF IT, ABOUT 200 FEET IN DIAMETER. NO SOUND. MOVED FROM NORTH TO WEST, STOPPED, BACKED UP OVER NEW SUDBURY JUST ABOVE THE HORIZON AND LOWER. FIRST NOTICED NEW HYDRO WIRES; DID NOT FOLLOW THEM. SEEN FOR TWO HOURS. ONE OBJECT, WITH GREEN AND RED LIGHTS, SELF LUMINOUS, DID NOT LIGHT SURROUNDING AREA. 2 CAR LENGTH ACROSS AND 1 CAR IN HEIGHT. SOUND SIMILAR TO BUMBLE BEE WHEN SOME DISTANCE AWAY; WHEN CLOSE, A LOUD WHINNING SOUND. OBJECT WAS POSITIONED OVER HIGH TENSION WIRES THAT GO TO INCO PLANT. THE YOUNG MAN GOT FRIGHTENED AND RAN HOME. SEEN FOR 5 MINUTES.
7 novembre 1967
8 novembre 1967
ONE VERY BRIGHT ALUMINUM OBJECT, ONION SHAPE, STATIONARY FOR 5 - 10 MINUTES. ONE SINGLE WHITE AND BLUE TRIANGULAR OBJECT, BRIGHT AS A LIGHT. SILENT. JUST ABOVE POWER LINES. SEEMED TO BE TAKING JUICE FROM HIGH POWER WIRES. THE HOUSE LIGHTS WENT OUT UNTIL THE UFO DISAPPEARED. BOBBED SLIGHTLY FROM SIDE TO SIDE AND UP AND DOWN WHILE HOVERING OVER WIRES. WHEN IT DEPARTED IT FLEW STRAIGHT AWAY AT AMAZING SPEED. OBSERVER ABOUT 2 BLOCKS DISTANCE FROM OBJECT. SEEN FOR 2 MINUTES.
10 novembre 1967
16 novembre 1967
ONE ROUND, FLICKERING GREEN AND WHITE LIGHT AS IT MOVED ALONG HIGHWAY. THREE TIMES THE SIZE OF A STAR AND AS BRIGHT. SEEN FOR 30 MINUTES VERY HIGH OUT OF SIGHT. ONE OBJECT, BRIGHTER AND BIGGER THAN A STAR, CHANGING FROM BLUE TO RED TO GREEN. 30 DEGREES MOVING SOUTH TO EAST. SEEN BY FOUR OBSERVERS FOR 15 MINUTES.
16 novembre 1967
21 novembre 1967
TWO LIGHTS OVER SUDBURY SMOKE STACKS, BIGGER AND BRIGHTER THAN A STAR, CHANGING FROM GREEN TO RED TO BLUE, 15 TO 25 DEGREES ELEVATION, MOVING SOUTH TO SOUTH WEST OF GARSON, SEEN FOR 20 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT OVER COPPER CLIFF, VERY BRIGHT, NO SHADOWS, A SPOT LIKE BRIGHT RED LIGHT TWIRLING AND TURNING TO WHITE LIGHT, LARGER THAN A STAR, SMALLER THAN THE MOON, OVAL SHAPE, 45 DEGREES ABOVE HORIZON, SEEN FOR 15 MINUTES.
28 novembre 1967
28 novembre 1967
ONE OR TWO OBJECTS NEAR LAKE SHORE DRIVE, TWICE AS LARGE AS A STAR; SILVER, RED, GREEN AND BLUE, TRIANGLE SHAPE AT AIRCRAFT HEIGHT, SEEN FOR 20 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT, VERY BRIGHT; RED, BLUE, GREEN AND WHITE; LIGHTS TOO BRIGHT TO SEE SHAPE, MOVING UP AND DOWN POWER LINES BETWEEN FROOD AND STOBIE, SEEN FOR 10 MINUTES.
29 novembre 1967
11 janvier 1968
ONE VERY BRIGHT, RED AND WHITE LIGHT MOVING VERY LOW, NORTH EAST TO SOUTH EAST, NEAR NEW SUDBURY KINGSLEY COURT FOR 15 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT, BRIGHTER THAN A STAR, BLUISH GREEN IN COLOR; VISCOUNT IN SIZE, AS LONG, BUT NOT THE SAME SHAPE, CIGAR SHAPE, AT VAL CARON, MOVED PARALLEL TO RADAR STATION; HOVERING IN SKY AT TIMES THEN IT WOULD MOVE, NO SOUND, SEEN FOR HALF AN HOUR.
3 février 1968
3 février 1968
ONE ROUND RED CIRCLE, WITH ONE BURST OF RED (STREAK-LIKE), NO SHADOWS, NOT AS BRIGHT AS THE MOON, SEEMED TO JUMP UP AND DOWN, SEEN ABOVE THE HORIZON FROM MINNOW LAKE FOR 6 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT WITH 3 BURSTS, OVAL BRIGHT RED LITS UP CLOUDS IN AREA TO A RED COLOR, BUZZING SOUND, SEEN FROM MINNOW LAKE LOOKING N.E. FOR 6 MINUTES. (WITNESS SAW THE SAME THING AS PREVIOUS REPORT WITNESSED BY 7 PEOPLE).
23 mars 1968
23 avril 1968
THREE OBJECTS MOVING NORTH EAST NEAR HYDRO RELAY STATION GARSON, OVER GARSON GOLF COURSE; ONE OBJECT VERY LARGE FLANKED BY TWO SMALLER ONES; ROUND WITH MULTI COLOURS; SEEN FOR 5 MINUTES. ONE ROUND OBJECT, STAR-LIKE, ABOUT THE SAME AS THE STAR VEGA FROM THE EARTH; WHITE, NO FIREBALL; GOING EAST TO WEST; SEEN FOR 3 MINUTES GOING VERY FAST IN STRAIGHT LINE.
12 juillet 1968
17 juillet 1968
ONE OBJECT, 50-60 FEET LONG, WITH THREE RED LIGHTS DOWN ONE SIDE, THREE COLOURS AT ONE TIME: WHITE, GREEN AND RED; THREE RED BURST OUT OF TAIL, LOW COLOUR TO VERY BRILLIANT; 800 FEET HIGH; TRAVELLED ONE AND HALF TIMES AROUND COPPER CLIFF PLANT, THEN HEADED EAST AT 40-50 MPH. SEEN FOR 7 MINUTES BY DON CAMPBELL. ONE OBJECT LIKE BRIGHT STAR, WHITE IN COLOR, STAR-SHAPED; START AND STOP MOTION AND SHARP TURNS; NORTH OF AZILDA HEADING SOUTH EAST; DISAPPEARED FAST, SIGHTING LAST 4 MINUTES AND 45 SECONDS.
8 octobre 1968
14 et 17 octobre 1968
ONE OBJECT, HALF MOON SHAPE; CHERRY RED, DARKER THAN THE MOON; FROM WITNESS POSITION IT WAS A LITTLE TO THE LEFT OF THE UNIVERSITY TOWER FAR AWAY ABOVE THE HORIZON; DISAPPEARED IN THE DISTANCE; SEEN FOR 30-45 SECONDS.

ONE OBJECT NEAR WANUP, APPROXIMATELY LIKE A STAR, GREEN AND RED, OVAL IN SHAPE; IN OUTER SPACE ABOUT 100 MILES OUT. SEEN FOR 20 MINUTES.

BRIGHT RED FIREBALL WITH A FLASH NEAR HELLEN LAKE, MOVING FROM SOUTHEAST TO NORTH WEST; 5 TO 10 FEET IN DIAMETER; OBSERVED WHILE HUNTING AT HELLEN LAKE. SEEN FOR 10 SECONDS.

17 octobre 1968
6 février 1969
ONE OBJECT NEAR NEW SUDBURY, BRIGHT AS A STAR; RED, WHITE AND BLUE; ROUND AND ABOUT THE SIZE OF A STAR; MOVING FROM NORTH WEST TO SOUTH EAST. SEEN FOR 4 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT, NO BURST, LARGER AND BRIGHTER THAN THE PLANETS BUT CLOSER TO THE GROUND; ORANGE TURNING TO SILVER OR GREY AND BACK TO ORANGE; BELL SHAPE LARGER THAN THE STARS; ONE TO ONE AND A HALF MILES SOUTH OF NOELVILLE ON THE NORTH CHANNEL ROAD, WEST OF POSITION TRAVELLING WEST; WITNESS WATCHED FOR 3 TO 4 MINUTES BEFORE IT DISAPPEARED IN AN VERTICAL DIRECTION. WITNESS WAS DISPATCHED TO THE SCENE BY THE SUDBURY OPP AFTER THEY HAD RECEIVED REPORTS. HE ALSO WATCHED THE OBJECT THRU BINOCULARS.
6 février 1969
16 février 1969
ONE OBJECT, EXCESSIVE BRIGHT BLUE LIGHT PERIODICALLY FLASHING; BRIGHT BLUE, NO TAIL, AFTER PASSING; TWICE AS BIG AS A STAR; NO SOUNDS; COMES UP AT SE HORIZON AND GOES DOWN AT NW HORIZON. THE SAME THING HAS BEEN OBSERVED ON PREVIOUS NIGHTS. 4 HOURS DURATION. ONE OBJECT, NO BURST, VERY BRIGHT RED IN CENTRE WITH A SILVER RING AROUND IT; TWICE THE SIZE OF THE MOON; TRAVELLING FROM WEST SOUTH WEST TO NORTH EAST. SEEN FROM LIVELY FOR 15 MINUTES.
19 février 1969
20 février 1969
ONE OBJECT, FIVE TIMES AS BRIGHT AND AS BIG AS A STAR; WHITE, RED AND BLUE IN COLOUR; SEEN NORTH WEST OF FALCONBRIDGE FOR ONE HOUR. ONE OBJECT, BRIGHTER THAN A STAR; WHITE IN COLOUR; STAR SHAPE; MOVING NORTH TO SOUTH; SEEN AT MACFARLAND LAKE FOR 10 MINUTES.
25 février 1969
4 mars 1969
ONE OBJECT, BRIGHTER THAN THE MOON OR THE STARS; OVAL SHAPE, LARGER THAN THE STARS; COLOUR CHANGING TO PALE GREEN AND BACK TO YELLOW. SOUTH OR SOUTH WEST MOVING TOWARDS THE WEST, FADED IN WEST. WATCHED FOR 40 MINUTES; DID NOT LEAVE TRAIL. ONE OBJECT, FIREY RED CHANGING TO WHITE; TWICE THE SIZE OF THE NORTH STAR; FROM WEST NORTH WEST TRAVELLING HORIZONTAL THEN SPINNING DOWN; TRAVELLING HORIZONTALLY BACK AND FORTH; SEEN BY THREE OBSERVERS FOR 20 MINUTES.
4 août 1969
8 août 1969
ONE ROUND OBJECT NEAR LONG LAKE, BRIGHTER THAN A STAR, TURNING DIFFERENT COLORS BUT BEING ONE SOLID COLOR AT ANY ONE TIME: YELLOW, RED, GREEN AND BLUE. ANOTHER OBJECT TO THE RIGHT, SEEMED TO BE DIRECTING IT. SEEN SOUTH WEST OF OBSERVER FOR 15 MINUTES. ONE OVAL OBJECT, BRIGHT ORANGE, 25 DEGREES ABOVE THE HORIZON, OUTSIDE DOWLING TOWNSHIP ON HIGHWAY 144; NO FIREBALL OR PERSISTANT TRAIN AFTER PASSAGE; NO SOUND; LIGHTS FLASHING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT THEN REVERSING FLASHING DIFFERENT COLOURS. SEEN FOR 1 HOUR.
6 juin 1970
14 juin 1970
ONE OBJECT, BRIGHT AS STAR BUT SMALL AS NORTH STAR; PATH IN RELATION TO BIG DIPPER NORTH TO SOUTH. SEEN FOR 3 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT NORTH OF HANMER, TWICE AS BRIGHT AND TWICE AS BIG AS THE STARS; TRAVELS NORTH BOUND AT 20 MILES PER HOUR. SEEN FROM SUDBURY AIRPORT FOR 30 MINUTES.
18 juin 1970
17 septembre 1970
ONE ROUND OBJECT, BRIGHT RED AND WHITE, NO TAIL; 50 TO 60 FEET ACROSS, MOVING NORTH TO SOUTH APPROXIMATELY 70 KNOTS AND APPROXIMATELY 1500 FEET ABOVE GROUND. SEEN FOR 5 MINUTES BY DON CAMPBELL. ONE BRIGHT OBJECT, RED AND BLUE, APPEARED LARGER THAN STARS, MOVING SLOW AND JUMPING TO DIFFERENT ALTITUDES NEAR KIRKWOOD MINES, GARSON.
8 janvier 1971
5 juillet 1971
FLASHING BLUE, RED AND WHITE AT HIGH ALTITUDE, TWO OBJECTS TRAVELLING SE TO NW. SEEN FROM YORK STREET BEHIND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR ½ HRS. SMALL SILVER LIKE OBJECT FLYING AT APPROXIMATELY 300 FT AT A SPEED OF ABOUT 50 - 60 MPH. OBJECT HEADED TOWARDS COPPER CLIFF SUPER STACK.
13 juillet 1971
12 août 1971
ONE BRIGHT ORANGE OBJECT , SOMETIMES ORANGE AND BLUE, LONG SPIRAL, HIGH AND FAST, SEEN FROM NORTH TO SOUTH FOR 2 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT, WHITE IN CLOUR, MEDIUM BRIGHTNESS, CAME FROM THE WEST AND MADE A VERY SHARP VEAR TO THE SOUTH. SIGHTED FROM COPPER CLIFF FOR 1.5 MINUTES.
29 janvier 1972
29 janvier 1972
ONE OBJECT, SQUARE, 900 FEET, CAN BE SEEN OVER PEEK OF ROOF ABOUT 700 FEET. SEEN IN HANMER FOR ONE HOUR TEN MINUTES. SAME AS PREVIOUS REPORT. CLEANER COPY.
11 mars 1972
22 avril 1972
ONE OBJECT, OBLONG LIKE A PENCIL, RED, OVER COPPER CLIFF SMELTER AND MOVED SLOWLY SOUTH AND FADED. SEEN BY 4 WITNESSES IN TOWN AND ABOUT 300 SHIFTWORKERS AT COPPER CLIFF MINE FROM 5 MINUTES TO 1 HOUR. OBJECT SIGHTED WAS DUE EAST OF THE VILLAGE OF HANMER. IT APPEARED TO LOOK LIKE AN AIRCRAFT ON FIRE. THE OBJECT WAS DIFFICULT TO LOOK AT BECAUSE OF ITS BRIGHTNESS. AS THE OBSERVER WAS WATCHING THE OBJECT, A PART OF IT APPEARED TO DROP OFF, ALSO IN FLAMES. SHORTLY THEREAFTER EVERYTHING DISAPPEARED; OBSERVER STATED THAT HE WAS JUST GOING TO GET HIS WIFE TO LOOK AT IT WITH HIM, WHEN IT DISAPPEARED. SEEN IN FRONT OF HOME IN HANMER FOR APPROXIMATELY 2 MINUTES.
13 mai 1972
27 juillet 1972
ONE OVAL OBJECT, VERY BRIGHT COMPARED TO THE MOON, FLAMING RED WITH A RED TAIL. SEEN FOR 43 MINUTES FROM APT LOCATED NEAR THE BRIDGE IN THE VILLAGE OF WAHNAPITAE. VERY LARGE OBJECT, OBLONG IN SHAPE, WITH ALTERNATING FLASHING GREEN AND RED AND WHITE LIGHTS. OBJECT WAS VERY HIGH DECREASING IN SIZE AS IT MOVED AWAY. OBJECT WAS MOVING DUE WEST. SEEN FOR 40 MINUTES FROM RESIDENCE ON THERESA STREET, HANMER.
28 juillet 1972
4 août 1972

FLASHING RED, GREEN AND WHITE LIGHTS HEADING SOUTH WESTERLY. SEEN FOR 1 HOUR 40 MINUTES. SAME AS PREVIOUS REPORT.

ROUND WHITE OBJECT AT 1000 FEET. BRIGHT LIGHTS ON BOTTOM OF OBJECT. SEEN FOR 3 MINUTES.
ONE OBJECT, LIKE A STAR MOVING EAST WITH SOME COURSE CHANGE. NO NOISE. SEEN FOR 2½ MINUTES NEAR LEVACK.
24 septembre 1972
24 septembre 1972
ONE ROTATING WHITE OBJECT; GREEN, RED, WHITE WHITE HAZERAIL. SAME BRIGHTNESS AS STARS. SEEN FOR 1 HOUR AND A HALF. SAME AS PREVIOUS REPORT. CLEANER COPY.
29 octobre 1972
2 et 8 novembre 1972
BRIGHT YELLOW FIERY IN COLOUR GRADUALLY DIMMED AS OBJECT MOVED OFF. QUARTER MOON SHAPED OBJECT FIRST APPEARED 200 FEET OFF GROUND. IT ASCENDED RAPIDLY TO APPROXIMATELY 5000 FEET AND ASSUMED A HORIZONTAL FLIGHT ATTITUDE. SEEN NEAR ANTENNEA OF FRENCH TELEVISION TOWERS FOR APPROXIMATELY 10 MINUTES.

ONE OBJECT, RED IN COLOUR, SEEN FROM BLEZARD VALLEY TRAVELLING TOWARD SUDBURY.

VERY SMALL PINKISH LIGHT MOVING E TO W FROM HORIZON TO HORIZON, THEN W TO E HORIZON TO HORIZON. SEEN FOR 5 TO 6 MINUTES.

3 - 4 septembre 1973
3 - 4 septembre 1973
11 OBJECTS, SHAPE AND COLOUR OF A STAR, VERY HIGH, VERY FAST, MOVING IN ALL DIRECTIONS. SEEN FOR APPROXIMATELY ONE HOUR BY THREE FAMILIES IN SKEAD. SAME AS PREVIOUS REPORT. CLEANER COPY.
3 septembre 1973
5 septembre 1973
ONE OBJECT, SHAPED LIKE A STAR, WHITE AND VERY BRIGHT. ALTITUDE UNKNOWN. GOING DOWN SLOWLY. SEEN FOR APPROXIMATELY 1 HOUR. ONE OBJECT, SHAPE OF A STAR, VERY BRIGHT ALMOST WHITE, VERY HIGH, COMING FROM THE EAST. SEEN FOR 15 MINUTES BY THREE FAMILIES IN SKEAD.
28 mai 1974
12 juillet 1974
RED, GREEN AND WHITE LIGHTS, BOBBING AROUND NEAR ESPANOLA. 20 DEGREES WEST OF NORTH. SEEN BY 6 WITNESSES FOR 30 MINUTES. ONE OVAL DISC, ORANGE UNDER, WHITE ACROSS WITH BLUE CROSS ON IT AND SOMETHING BLUE ON TOP OF IT. ONE OR TWO OBJECTS TO THE SOUTHEAST OF THE OBSERVER, MUCH LARGER THAN A STAR. OBSERVER HAS STATED THAT SHE TOOK MOVIE PICTURES OF THE UFO. SEEN FOR 45 MINUTES.
12 juillet 1974
12 juillet 1974
OVAL DISC BLUE-GREEN, RED AND WHITE SOUTHEAST OF STATION; POSSIBLE TWO OBJECTS, MOVING VERY SLOWLY TO THE WEST; MUCH BIGGER AND BRIGHTER THAN A STAR. OBJECTS STILL IN SIGHT AFTER 30 MINUTES OF OBSERVATION. OVAL DISC, 30 DEGREES INCLINE; GREEN, RED AND WHITE; APPROXIMATELY 10 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHEAST; APPROXIMATELY 2,000 FEET, DRIFTING TO THE WEST IF MOVING AT ALL. MUCH LARGER AND BRIGHTER THAN A STAR. SEEN FOR 3 MINUTES.
3 - 7 août 1975
9 août 1975
OVAL CRAFT ABOUT SIZE OF 2 CARS, FLASHING RED, ORANGE AND YELLOW LIGHTS, LANDS ON BAY, HOVERED AND THEN MOVED AWAY IN EARLY MORNING. SAW THREE ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT. SEEN BY WITNESS IN SHEGUIANDAH (MANITOULIN ISLAND) FOR SEVERAL HOURS. NO SHAPE BUT VERY LIGHT RED, BLUISH BRIGHT YELLOW. ONE AT FIRST THEN ABOUT 8 AFTER. SEEN BY 3 ADULTS FOR APPROXIMATELY 5 HOURS NEAR LAKE NIPAWASA.
19 août 1975
20 août 1975
OVAL SHAPED, VERY BRIGHT COMPARED TO THE MOON. WHITISH LIGHTS TURNING PINK. FLYING IN NORTH TO WEST, DESCENDING IN HILLS WEST OF LAKE NELSON. SEEN BY COUPLE FOR ONE AND ONE HALF MINUTES TO TWO MINUTES.
OVAL SHAPED; YELLOW; HOVERED OVERHEAD. ONE MAIN OBJECT WITH SMALLER OBJECTS COMING FROM IT. DISAPPEARED IN EASTERN SKY; INTERMITTENTLY BRIGHT, EXTREMELY BRIGHT WHEN IT DISAPPEARED. SEEN BY WITNESS IN SHEGUIANDAH FOR 45 MINUTES.
20 août 1975
20 août 1975
SPHERE SHAPED; SOFT LUMINECENSE; LOCATED NORTH; RED AND WHITE INTERMITTENTLY. SEEN BY 2 WITNESSES IN SHEGUIANDAH FOR 30 MINUTES. OVAL SHAPED; INTERMITTENT RED AND WHITE; MOVED FROM EASTERN SKY AND TERMINATED IN WESTERN SKY; INTERMITTENTLY BRIGHT. SEEN BY WITNESS IN SHEGUIANDAH FOR 30 MINUTES.
28 septembre 1975
28 septembre 1975
2 OBJECT, CLEAR WHITE; COULD NOT TELL SHAPE. IT WAS 95 DEGREES MAGNETIC FROM RICHARD LAKE DOWN HWY 69 SOUTH. WITNESS NEVER TOLD NAMES OF OTHERS BUT IT WAS HIS FAMILY. SEEN FOR 30 MINUTES.
SAME AS PREVIOUS REPORT. CLEANER COPY.
28 octobre 1975
11 novembre 1975
ONE (CUP AND SAUCER) HAT SHAPED, VERY BRIGHT (LIKE LOOKING AT 150 WATT BULB A COUPLE OF FEET AWAY), LOW ABOUT 500 FEET. THERE WAS A BAND OF BRIGHT GOLD AROUND THE OBJECT APPROXIMATELY 3/4 OF THE WAY UP. NO NOISE AT ALL. IT OVERED OVER THE SLAG PIT FOR A MINUTE THEN DEPARTED AT EXTREMELY HIGH SPEED (OUT OF SIGHT) EASTWARD TOWARDS HIGHWAY 17 THEN RETURNED FOR ANOTHER MINUTE AND LEFT AGAIN IN SAME DIRECTION. WITNESS WAS ALONE IN CAR BUT OTHER CARS WERE PARKED AT THE PIT OBSERVING IT. SEEN FOR APPROXIMATELY 2 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT VERY BRIGHT AND VERY LOW AT FIRST. IT SEEMED TO HOVER OVER SUDBURY STADIUM AND SUDDENLY SHOT INTO THE SKY. SEEN BY NURSING STAFF AT PIONEER MANOR. (SIX NURSES) THEY WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS. SIGHTING LASTED ONE HOUR 55 MINUTES. IT WAS STILL VISIBLE WHEN SUDBURY REGIONAL POLICE ARRIVED.
11 novembre 1975
11 novembre 1975
FOLLOW UP FROM THE CALL BY THE NURSES AT PIONEER MANOR. 4 OBJECTS WERE OBSERVED CLEARLY IN THE SKY. THE BRIGHTEST IN THE EAST REMAINED IN A STATIONARY POSITION. ONE IN THE SOUTHWEST MOVED AT TIMES IN A JERKY MOTION. ONE IN THE NORTHWEST REMAINED STATIONARY. THE ONE IN THE NORTHEAST WAS THE DIMEST, ALSO STATIONARY. THEY WERE STILL PLAINLY VISIBLE AFTER DAY BREAK WHEN ALL REGULAR BRIGHT OBJECTS IN THE SKY HAD DISAPPEARED. SEEN INTERMITTENTLY FOR 1 HOUR.
ONE OBJECT. AT TIMES IT APPEARED TO BE CYLINDRICAL WITH SHAFTS OF LIGHT BRIGHT ENOUGH TO LIGHT UP CLOUDS IN IMMEDIATE AREA. IT APPEARED AT TIMES TO TRAVEL IN CIRCLES. AT ONE POINT IT CAME QUITE CLOSE. IT WAS STILL VISIBLE TO THE NAKED EYE AFTER THE SUN CAME UP. THE ABOVE OBSERVATIONS WERE MADE WITH THE USE OF BINOCULARS. WITNESSED BY TWO REGIONAL POLICE CONSTABLES FOR 2 HOURS.
11 novembre 1975
11 novembre 1975
ONE VERY BRIGHT STAR-LIKE OBJECT MOVING IN A JERKY CIRCULAR MANNER. WHEN COVERED WITH CLOUDS IT WAS STILL BRIGHT ENOUGH TO SHINE THROUGH AS WELL AS LIGHT UP AN AREA AROUND IT. WHILE OBSERVING THIS OBJECT, HE (REGIONAL POLICE CONSTABLE) SAW TWO OTHER SIMILAR OBJECTS, ONE IN THE SOUTH AND ONE SOUTHWEST OF CONISTON. ALL SEEMED TO BE MOVING IN A JERKY CIRCULAR MANNER. THEY SEEMED TO EMIT A PULSATING TYPE OF LIGHT VARYING IN COLOURS. EASILY DISTINGUISHABLE FROM THE STARS. APPEARED TO BE A VERY BRIGHT STATIONARY LIGHT AT APPROXIMATELY 30,000 FEET. WAS FIRST OBSERVED BY SUDBURY POLICE TO BE OVERHEAD FALCONBRIDGE. SEEN BY TWO WITNESSES AT CFS FALCONBRIDGE FOR 30 SECONDS.
11 novembre 1975
11 novembre 1975
ONE BRIGHT WHITE OBJECT APPEARED TO BE OVER THE NORTH END OF THE CITY OF SUDBURY, MOVING IN A NORTH WESTERLY DIRECTION AT A HIGH RATE OF SPEED. SEEN BY TWO SUDBURY REGIONAL POLICE CONSTABLES FOR 1 MINUTE, THEN COVERED BY A LARGE CLOUD. CIRCULAR OBJECT, BRILLIANTLY LIGHTED WITH TWO BLACK SPOTS IN CENTRE MOVING UPWARDS AT HIGH SPEED FROM 42,000 FEET TO 72,000 FEET. (NO HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT) THIS OBJECT WAS SIGHTED VISUALLY AND BY RADAR BEARING 210 DEGREES MAGNETIC AT 30 NAUTICAL MILES FROM CFS FALCONBRIDGE. MAJOR OLIVER TOOK PICTURES BUT IS NOT SURE IF THEY WILL TURN OUT. A SIMILAR OBJECT WAS SIGHTED BY THE SAME OBSERVERS BEARING 270 DEGREES MAGNETIC BUT AT TOO GREAT A DISTANCE TO PROVIDE DETAILS. MANY OTHER REPORTS WERE RECEIVED FROM SUDBURY ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE. SEEN FOR 14 MINUTES.
11 novembre 1975
12 novembre 1975
SPHERICAL SHAPED AND APPEARED TO BE ROTATING. APPEARED TO HAVE SURFACE AREA SIMILAR TO THE MOON AND WAS ASCENDING AND DESCENDING. OBSERVED ON HEIGHT FINDER RADAR AND SEARCH. POSITION 210 DEGREES 30 MILES ALTITUDE 42,000 FEET AT 1115Z. POSITION 200 DEGREES 30 MILES ALTITUDE 50,000 FEET AT 1120Z. POSITION 190 DEGREES 25 MILES ALTITUDE 72,000 FEET AT 1129Z. SEEN FROM OPS BUILDING AT CFS FALCONBRIDGE FOR 2 HOURS INTERMITTENTLY DUE TO CLOUD COVER. OBJECT FIRST APPEARED AS A SINGLE BLUE/WHITE LIGHT AND WAS SUBSEQUENTLY JOINED BY FOUR MORE LIGHTS. ALTITUDE WAS APPROXIMATELY THE SAME AS THE CLOUDS. SEEN BY WITNESS AT HIS RESIDENCE LOOKING OUT OF A OPEN BEDROOM WINDOW.
12 novembre 1975
12 novembre 1975
LOOKED LIKE AN ARTIFICIAL LIGHT THAT WOULD FADE ON AND OFF, INCREASING IN INTENSITY UNTIL VERY BRIGHT. TWO OBJECTS WITH THE SAME ACTIONS WERE SIGHTED. OBJECTS APPEARED TO MOVE WITH A JERKY MOTION. SEEN BY A WITNESS AND TWO REGIONAL POLICE CONSTABLES NEAR MCRAE HEIGHTS, SUDBURY FOR ALMOST 2 HOURS.
DESCRIBED AS A BRIGHT WHITE LIGHT OVER THE RADAR STATION, MUCH BRIGHTER THAN A STAR. IT WAS THE ONLY LIGHT IN THE SKY; LOOKED LIKE FADING AWAY AND COMING BACK THEN COVERED BY CLOUDS. SEEN BY WITNESS AND HER 11 YEARS OLD SON AT HOME, IN HANMER.
14 novembre 1975
14 novembre 1975
SPHERICAL, WHITE OBJECT; 30 DEGREES IN SKY, STAYED IN SAME GENERAL AREA, APPEARED AND DISAPPEARED AT 4 SECOND INTERVALS EACH. PHOTOS TAKEN WITH 1 SECOND FASTEST SPEED, ON AUTO SETTING, 8 SECOND SLOWEST SPEED. PHOTOS BEING SENT THROUGH GOVT MAIL SERVICES. SEEN BY SUDBURY WITNESS 30 MILES NORTH OF PARRY SOUND ON HIGHWAY 69 FOR 2 HOURS. OBJECT LIKE DOT; BLUE, RED AND WHITE; HAVING A ROTATION OF COLOURS GOING AWAY AND BACK. SEEN BY CONISTON WITNESS FOR 1 HOUR 15 MINUTES PLUS.
15 novembre 1975
15 novembre 1975
ONE BRIGHT YELLOW OBJECT. IT MOVED UPWARD AND BACK - WHEN MOVING, LEFT TAIL. VERY HIGH. IT DID NOT SEEM TO CHANGE ITS POSITION IN THE SKY. SEEN BY SUDBURY WITNESS (AT HOME IN BACKYARD FACING SOUTH) FOR 15 MINUTES.
ONE OBJECT, BRIGHT WHITE, LOOKED LIKE CUP IN A BOWL. (USING BINOCULARS) HAS CLIMBED QUITE HIGH SINCE 1ST OBSERVATION; CAN HARDLY NOW BE SEEN WITHOUT THE AID OF BINOCULARS. SEEN BY FOUR LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITY RESIDENTS FOR 20 MINUTES.
23 novembre 1975
24 décembre 1975
HUGE OVAL SHAPED OBJECT. REALLY BRIGHT AND BLINKING OFF AND ON. VERY BRIGHT WHITE LIGHT. OBSERVER STATED THAT IT WAS LOWER THAN THE CLOUDS. OBSERVER ALSO STATED THAT THE OBJECT FOLLOWED THEM TILL THEY ARRIVED AT HOME IN CHELMSFORD. THE OBJECT WAS MOVING IN AN EAST TO WEST DIRECTION. SEEN BY 3 WITNESSES (IN AN AUTOMOBILE ON FROOD ROAD IN SUDBURY) FOR 20 MINUTES. BRIGHT OBJECT WITH FLASHING BLUE AND RED LIGHTS. NO MOVEMENT. SEEN BY WITNESS (ON BILL LAKE ROAD, HIGHWAY 69 SOUTH) APPROXIMATELY ONE AND ONE HALF HOURS SUNDAY AND TUESDAY EVENING.
25 avril 1976
12 mai 1976
A ROUNDED YELLOWISH OBJECT WITH LARGE RED LIGHTS AND SMALLER BLUE LIGHTS AROUND THE EDGES OF OBJECT: IT WAS MOVING IN A SOUTH TO NORTH DIRECTION. SHE STATED SHE DID NOT KNOW ALTITUDE OF OBJECT AND ALSO SAID THAT IT WAS SMALLER THAN AN AIRCRAFT. SEEN BY WITNESS (SOUTH EAST PART OF WAHNAPITAE) FOR APPROXIMATELY 10 MINUTES.
ONE OBJECT, OVAL SHAPE, BRIGHT WHITE WITH A SPARKELLING TAIL, OFF WHITE IN COLOUR. BOBBING UP AND DOWN, MOVING SLOWLY SOUTHWARD. SEEN BY WITNESS IN DRAPER DILL AREA, SUDBURY FOR 10 TO 15 MINUTES.
20 juillet 1976
25 juillet 1976
ONE ROUND OBJECT WITH TWO WHITE LIGHTS AND ONE RED FLASHING LIGHT; ESTIMATED AT 5,000 FEET OVER COPPER CLIFF. SEEN BY TWO WITNESSES FOR 3 MINUTES. OVAL, YELLOW OBJECT, MOVING EAST RAPIDLY. SEEN SIX MILES SOUTH OF LITTLE CURRENT (SHEGUIANDAH BAY) FOR 45 SECONDS.
29 juillet 1976
15 août 1976
BRIGHT LIGHTS COMING OVER HILLS AND ACROSS LAKE. THE OBJECT HAD ORANGE LIGHTS. THE OBJECT WAS ONLY ABOUT AS HIGH AS THE HILLS. THE OBJECT HOVERED OVER THE LAKE. IT HAD 4 MAIN ORANGE LIGHTS, WITH ONE LIGHT ROTATING SIMILAR TO A BEACON. IT MOVED IN A WEST TO EAST DIRECTION. SEEN BY 3 HANMER WITNESSES FOR 10 MINUTES, NEAR THE WAHNAPITAE LAKE INDIAN RESERVE BEHIND CAPREOL, NORTH SIDE OF THE LAKE.
OBJECT WITH RED LIGHTS ON BOTTOM ROW, GREEN AND WHITE FLASHING LIGHTS ON TOP. SEEN FOR 15 MINUTES BY REGIONAL POLICE SGT AND TWO CONSTABLES, IN THE VICINITY OF ALGOMA HOTEL, SAUVE ST., CHELMSFORD.
29 août 1976
25 septembre 1976
RED AND WHITE LIGHTS FLICKING ON AND OFF; ONE OBJECT EAST OF 144. 3 OR 4 MILES NORTH OF CHELMSFORD. NO APPROXIMATE ALTITUDE. SEEN FOR 5 - 15 MINUTES TOTAL BY 6 PERSONS. ONE ROUND BALLOON SHAPE, TRANSPARENT. UNKNOWN ALTITUDE. SEEN FOR APPROXIMATELY 45 MINUTES, LOOKING WEST IN FRONT OF OWNER'S HOUSE IN SHEGUIANDAH, MANITOULIN ISLAND.
4 octobre 1976
8 octobre 1976
1 OBJECT, ROUNDISH IN SHAPE; RED, GREEN WITH REVOLVING WHITE LIGHT IN THE CENTRE. MOVING IN A SOUTH TO NORTHERLY DIRECTION. TWO SMALLER OBJECTS MOVED AWAY FROM LARGER ONE AT A SPEED ALMOST MAKING IT IMPOSSIBLE TO SEE THEIR SHAPE. THEY WERE AT A VERY HIGH ALTITUDE AND WERE RISING. WITNESS HAD SEEN THEM FOR APPROXIMATELY 3/4 HOUR WHILE IN HER YARD JUST WEST OF MCCRAE LAKE, VAL CARON. ALSO WITNESSED BY SUDBURY REGIONAL POLICE CONSTABLE.
ONE VEHICLE; RED, BLUE AND YELLOW; OVAL SHAPED. VEHICLE BOBBING UP AND DOWN HEADING FROM NORTH TO SOUTH, TRAVELLING AT HIGH SPEED. BEEPING NOISE AND BLARING NOISE, IN AREA OF HOUSE THAT COULDN'T BE DISTINGUISHED. SEEN FOR ABOUT 60 SECONDS BY GARSON WITNESS ON METCALFE ST.
17 octobre 1976
3 février 1977
ONE OBJECT, OVAL IN SHAPE. CHANGING SIZE/SHAPE TO BECOME OBLONG; CHANGES COLOURS BLUE WHITE WITH RED FLASHES; MOVEMENT IS CIRCULAR; ALTITUDE VERY HIGH. SUDBURY REGIONAL POLICE INFOD THEY HAVE SAME INFO: OBJECT REPORTED (JOINED BY ANOTHER SMALL CRAFT) HEADED TOWARD RADAR SIGHT. INFO REPORTED BY TWO CONSTABLES. SEEN FOR APPROXIMATELY 30 MINUTES. ONE OBJECT, SQUARE SHAPE WITH GREEN LIGHT. ANOTHER ROUND SHAPE WITH FLASHING GREEN LIGHT. WITNESS THEN PROCEEDED HOME TO CALL AIR BASE. SEEN IN WOOD AREA NEAR ORELL ST, GARSON BY 5 PERSONS FOR APPROXIMATELY 10 MINUTES.
2 mars 1977
25 mars 1977
LARGE, BRIGHT YELLOW OBJECT. AS IT MOVED FLICKERING RED, MOVING NORTH. ALTITUDE UNKNOWN. SEEN FOR 15 MINUTES BY WITNESS AT CORNER FROOD ROAD AND LASALLE BLVD, SUDBURY.
ONE CONE SHAPE; YELLOW, RED PURPLE. UP, DOWN AND STOP. OBSERVER CALLED AIRPORT AND POLICE, TRYING TO GET INFORMATION. HE SEEMED VERY ANOYED THAT NO ONE WOULD HELP HIM. SEEN FOR 10 MINUTES.
29 avril 1977
31 juillet 1977
1 UFO, PEAR SHAPED, BLUE LIGHT, 200 FEET IN AIR, BOUNCED AROUND. SEEN FOR 30 MINUTES THROUGH BINOCULARS OVER TOP OF LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITY. 2 TO 3 DOTS; RED, GREEN, WHITE FLASHING ON AND OFF IN A STRAIGHT LINE. MOVING WEST VERY SLOWLY; APPEARS TO BE ONE OBJECT. APPEARS STATIONARY, MOVEMENT VERY SLOW. FROM TIME OF CALL OBSERVER ESTIMATED 15 MINUTES BEFORE. UPON COMPLETION OF CALL AT 0640Z DURATION APPROXIMATELY ONE HALF HOUR. MR DONNELLY AND WIFE NOTICED OBJECT(S) AND FIGURED IT CAME FROM AIRPORT. HOWEVER IT APPEARED TO REMAIN IN POSITION FOR WHAT THEY THOUGHT TO BE UNREASONABLE LENGTH OF TIME SO THEY NOTIFIED CFS FALCONBRIDGE.
5 novembre 1977
26 février 1978
NO APPARENT MOVEMENT. STAR SHAPE, WAS VERY BRIGHT. 3 COLOURS RED, WHITE, BLUE. HAS 6 POINTS. APPEARS TO HAVE AN ALTITUDE IN RELATION TO NORMAL AIR TRAFFIC. SEEN FOR 20 MINUTES BY WITNESS ON 5TH FLOOR APT BLDG LOOKING SOUTH WEST OVER BALCONY; APPEARS TO BE WEST OF BIG DIPPER.
ONE OBJECT OBLONG IN SHAPE, LOOKED VERY SMALL, WHITISH IN COLOUR AND VERY BRIGHT. NO OTHER KIND OF AVIATION LIGHTS. MOVED FROM THE SOUTH AND THEN TO AN EASTERLY DIRECTION AT APPROXIMATELY 2000 FEET THEN SHOT STRAIGHT UP AND DISAPPEARED. SEEN FOR 3 - 5 MINUTES BY WITNESS WITH TWO SONS, WIFE AND DAUGHTER STANDING NEAR HIS HOME AND EAST OF THE OBJECT.
17 mars 1978
31 mai 1978
SILVER SHINEY FLASH FAR OFF, MOVING FAST (ESTIMATE) FROM COPPER CLIFF TOWARDS NORTH BAY. SEEN FOR 3-4 MINUTES BY TWO WITNESSES TRAVELLING FROM KATHIRNE DRIVE, GARSON TO DOMINION STORE ON LASALLE BLVD. OVAL SHAPE WITH LIGHT ON BOTTOM - ANOTHER LIGHT APPROXIMATELY 10 FEET UP - OBJECT FLASHING BLINDING LIGHT. FLASHING LIGHT APPROXIMATELY 3 FEET IN DIAMETER. NO OBJECT SEEN, ONLY FLASHING LIGHTS. SEEN FOR 10 - 15 MINUTES BY THREE HANMER RESIDENTS NEAR HWY 17 - ANGUE LAKE MINE.
7 juin 1978
11 août 1978
ONE WHITE OBJECT, ROUND, 500 FEET ABOVE GROUND, STATIONARY, SIZE OF AIRCRAFT (AIR CANADA). SEEN FOR 5 MINUTES BY WITNESS NEAR HWY 144 NORTH TO CHELMSFORD MOUNT PRINCIPAL ROAD NEAR SUDBURY DOWNS.
TWO OBJECTS, BRIGHT LIGHTS IN FRONT AND REAR. LONG SLIM, FLAT LOOKING, MOVING NORTH WEST TO SOUTH EAST. SEEN FOR 10 TO 15 MINUTES BY SUDBURY REGIONAL POLICE SGT IN POLICE CRUISER ON MAIN HWY IN CHELMSFORD.
15 octobre 1978
15 janvier 1979
2 OR MORE OBJECTS TOGETHER. COLOUR: JUST VERY BRIGHT LIGHTS; AT ONE END FLASHING RED LIGHT; LOW ALTITUDE, MOVING EAST AND DESCENDING. AS IT GOT CLOSER TO GROUND/BUILDINGS, LIGHTS GOT DIMMER, THEN ANOTHER OBJECT TOOK OFF AT A FAST SPEED. FIRST OBJECT APPEARED TO LAND BEHIND MADISON AVE. SEEN FOR 3 MINUTES BY COUPLE AT HOME, DONWOOD DRIVE, SUDBURY. BIG BALL WITH SMALLER BALLS ON AND AROUND IT. GREY IN COLOUR. VERY HIGH. APPEARED TO BE BOUNCING UP AND DOWN THEN TOOK OFF STRAIGHT UP. ALSO IN AREA TWO JETS HEADING N/W, AND ONE SMALL YELLOW TWIN ENGINE PLANE HEADING TOWARDS AIRPORT S/E. OBJECT APPEARED TO BE ABOVE THE THREE PLANES. SEEN FOR 30 SECONDS TO 1 MINUTE BY HANMER RESIDENT.
2 février 1979
21 mai 1979
BRIGHT OBJECT SLOWLY DESCEND TO THE GROUND, WHITE IN COLOUR AND GOT BRIGHTER. SITTING NW OF WHITEFISH APPROXIMATELY 1 OR 2 MILES AWAY. SEEN FOR 5 TO 7 MINUTES BY THREE WHITEFISH RESIDENTS.
1 BRIGHT LIGHT, WHITE. GIGANTIC - LONG, FLAT (BLIMP). NORTH - GOING TOWARDS AIRPORT. SEEN FOR 3 MINUTES BY SUDBURY RESIDENT.
20 juin 1979
20 août 1979
BRILLIANT BLUISH WHITE, SAME AS A MEDIUM STAR. SEEN THREE TIMES: (1) SOUTH TO EAST, (2) EAST TO NORTH, (3) NORTH TO EAST. SEEN BY THREE RESIDENTS FROM SUNDECK OF HOUSE AT MINNOW LAKE. BRIGHT LIGHT WITH REDDISH ORANGE VAPOUR TRAIL AND ROUND WHITE DOT. SEEN ALL OVER NORTH ONTARIO AS REPORTED FROM SUDBURY TOWER. SEEN FOR 1½ TO 3 MINUTES.
27 septembre 1979
6 novembre 1979
BRIGHT WHITE FLASHING LIGHT IN SOUTH EASTERLY DIRECTION. SEEN BY COUPLE AND TWO CHILDREN (FROM ELLIOT LAKE) FOR 3 TO 4 MINUTES.
WHITE ROUND BALL, GREENISH BLUE TRAIL, SEEMED TO BE VERY CLOSE. SEEN FOR 5 TO 10 SECONDS BY COUPLE SOUTH OF KILLARNEY ROAD TRAVELLING SOUTH HWY 69.
5 janvier 1980
13 janvier 1980
WHITE LIGHT WITH FLASHING BLUE LIGHT ON TOP, 1/6 SIZE OF THE MOON. MOVED AWAY SLOWLY; WHILE STATIONARY VERY BRIGHT. SEEN FOR APPROXIMATELY 5 MINUTES BY 4 WITNESSES NEAR TRANSFORMER STATION IN HANMER. ROUND LARGE VERY BRILLIANT WHITE LIGHT; ALTITUDE 700 FEET; STATIONARY OBJECT. MR KEN BIM OF DOWLING SPOKE TO MR HICKEY AND RELATED A SIMILAR OBSERVATION ABOUT 1110Z 13 JAN 80. SEEN FOR 2 TO 3 MINUTES CONTINUOUSLY BY MR VINCENT HICKEY WHILE DRIVING SOUTH ON HWY 144.
8 février 1980
11 et 12 juillet 1980
LOOKED LIKE FALING STAR, VERY CLOSE BEFORE THE OBJECT BURNT OUT. A SMALL PIECE BROKE OFF. OBJECT WAS MOVING SLOWER THAN A FALLING STAR. SEEN FOR 5 SECONDS BY VAL CARON WITNESS.
ONE ROUND BRIGHT LIGHT WITH BLUE ON OUTSIDE TRAVELING AT HIGH RATE OF SPEED SE TO NW. HIGH ALTITUDE. SEEN FOR 10 - 15 MINUTES BY TWO BLIND RIVER WITNESSES. INFO PASSED ON BY OPP BLIND RIVER, CONSTABLE BILL YATES. CONSTABLE YATES ALSO STATED THAT HE KNEW MR MONETTE TO BE A RELIABLE PERSON AND WOULD NOT REPORT IT UNLESS HE ACTUALLY SAW IT.
 
Aucune infraction voulu. Pour des besoins d'éducation seulement.