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Two more UFO's sighted near Sudbury. Honest!

I've got two more UFO sightings to report:

On Tuesday, June 15, 1999, at around 11:20 pm, a Dowling resident was outside looking at the star-studded sky when, out of nowhere, appeared a strange light.

The strange light was located in the western part of the sky, about three-quarters of the way up from the horizon.

Then, it got brighter and bigger and went out.

Where the light disappeared, another light appeared, which was a lot smaller than a star. This second light went away slightly to the right at a 45-degree angle and vanished. The sighting lasted about 5 seconds.

On Sunday, June 27, 1999, at around 12:20 am, a Lively resident reported he saw what he thought was a star in the sky.

Upon closer examination, he noticed that this steady white light was moving very slowly. It then suddenly sped up and disappeared into the night sky at a 45 degree angle. The sighting lasted between two and five seconds.

If anyone has any information about these or other sightings, they are asked to contact me by phone at 670-2759, or by e-mail: ufoman@ican.net. Confidentiality is assured.

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

The Northern Life - July 11, 1999
 
 
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