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Writer wants information on sightings

Dear Editor:

Six years ago to the day, on Oct. 9, I witnessed something that was absolutely amazing.

I stood and watched as a very bright light descended from the sky, and as it gradually came down in a vertical motion, it seemed to get brighter. At first, I thought it might have been Venus or Jupiter, but the fact that I could see it moving indicated to me that this was not a planet or a star. The time was approximately 8:30 in the evening whn I first spotted it. The "object' was visible for the next 20 minutes or so, until 8:50 or 8:55 p.m. By the time the sighting ended, I had witnessed it from three separate vantage points.

The last time I saw "it," it was hovering next to the abandoned Falconbridge Radar Base and it was four or five times bigger, both in size and brilliance (I later estimated its size to be about 40-feet wide). It was pinkish-white in color and it pulsated at irregular intervals like an emergency flare. I know for a fact that people were driving on Radar Road that night, and there is no way anyone could have missed it.

I'm still in the process of working on a manuscript for a book on UFO sightings in Northern Ontario, and I would like to get in touch with anyone who may have seen what I saw that night, or any other sighting they may have had recently or in the past. Names will be kept confidential.

It is crucial that you contact me at the following number: (705) 969-3389 or write to: Michel M. Deschamps, 4360 Pharand St., Hanmer, Ont., P3P 1M3.

MICHEL M. DESCHAMPS
Hanmer

The Sudbury Star - October 30, 1996
 
 
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