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2017 Sighting Reports

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Date: Saturday, December 7
Location: Blind River, Ontario

On Saturday, December 7, I received the following UFO report from my friend and contact, Joan Morningstar:

"Four lights were seen here about 30 minutes ago. I didn't see them but a friend of mine saw them. At 5:44, he saw four lights in the sky...that's all he said. He got pics but not good because he was a passenger."

Date: Wednesday, November 22
Location: Massey, Ontario

On Sunday, November 26, I received two messages from a resident of Greater Sudbury who claimed to have had a close encounter with a small object. The first message included the video he took with his iphone before the object moved away in the distance. The second message was sent a while later, explaining in detail the observation he had of this object, and how he captured it on his iphone:

"I got a good written log of events very detailed. I'm a Journalist and IT Consultant. My reputation has already taken a hit from this stupid sighting. Nobody will ever believe I saw anything. So I stopped provided the story to go with the video. Just let people chew up the video and make fun of it like it's not mine, ha.

Bullshit tho. I actually saw it fly up close like 25-50ft from me before darting off into the clouds when I finally pulled my iphone out to record.

After the close encounter, all I got is what the video shows.

I heard it with my ears; I felt its vibrations or pulse when it circled me close. I was blinded by its oddly colourful lights.

I was amused and baffled by its unthreatening size. It was the size of a dinner table or small hatchback.

I thought, "how the hell could anyone fit inside that thing?" "Who built this thing? Why so small?"

Then I thought maybe unmanned army drone of sorts. But why snoop around my farm with colloidal flashing lights that make it easy to shoot and destroy with a rifle. Or tiny aliens with a sense of Humour...or cautious Curiosity...

It moved faster than a rocket and silent, mostly. Changes direction 90 degree turns; instant change of path. Very fast. Playful, even. Maybe taunting me or afraid of my camera phone or something.

Once I pulled the iphone out to record, it jetted off to about 6-15km away in the sky. Just far enough to show a colourful dot in the screen that looks like every other silly hoax video. Arrrrg!

As if. Why me? I'm one of those UFO fanatics. I'm not a believer, but I believe in science wholly. Or believed in science much more than before this.


Video taken from the eyewitness' iphone


Date: Wednesday, November 22
Location: Blind River, Ontario

While at work and on my supper break, I received a short message via e-mail from my friend and contact, Joan Morningstar, which stated that there had been a sighting of seven strange lights traveling in a straight line. They were at a relatively low altitude because of the cloud cover. Hopefully, more details about this UFO report will be forthcoming.

Sketch I made to represent the seven lights in a row

I used this random photo of the Blind River area to illustrate
what those lights might have looked like

Date: Monday, October 30
Location: Sudbury, Ontario

My girlfriend Marla was headed to the hospital for an appointment, and as she walked towards Van Horne, she looked up at the sky as she usually does, and she spotted a white object moving among the clouds at a very high altitude. She described it as being oval in shape, completely white in color, and moving from the east and heading north. At arm's length, the object was about a quarter inch in size. It had no wings and no tail, so this was not a plane, which she would have been able to identify, even at the distance she was looking from.

Date: Thursday, May 11
Location: Sudbury, Ontario

A cabby friend of mine sent me the following message at 1:57 a.m., Thursday, May 11:

"Just dropped off the crew from Westjet from the airport. They said they saw something when they were coming in to land.

They were playing off that it was a drone. I said I doubt it.

It was a bright light they said lit up the cabin.

They had the landing gear down.'

I asked him about what altitude were they at, and he said: 'I guess maybe 5000 feet or so.'

I urge the crew of the Westjet flight to contact me in regards to this sighting.

Date: April 14th
Location: Sudbury, Ontario

On Tuesday, April 18, I received the following message from one of my Facebook contacts who said that her mother had seen something unusual in the sky on Friday, April 14th. This is what her mother wrote:

"Since I don't know this person, you can send him this: It was Friday April 14th, 2017. My neighbor and I had a fire in the pit. We had been looking up at the sky and I said, 'there's the little dipper.' Shortly after that, she said: 'Lynn, what's that?' I looked up and saw 'something' flying in a diagonal formation - four lines - heading from the north east to the south west, not white but slightly yellow tinge. The best way to describe it would be like stripes on a member of the armed forces that have stripes on their sleeve. She kept asking what it was and I said it's either a UFO or the U.S. testing a new plane. She said, 'what if it comes back?' and I said, 'they're probably over Killarney by now.' But then it came back, this time in a different formation. Came from the south west to the north east in sort of a triangle formation, this time. There was the 'nose' and two to the side and then one following at the back. We watched and then they zoomed away and disappeared. Within five minutes, she said, 'what's that?' It was a 'meteorite' going from the north to south and I said see it burned up when it entered the atmosphere. If he wants to ask more questions, ok...but we just want to know if anyone else saw anything as well."

Date: October 2016
Location: Collingwood, Ontario

On Sunday, February 19, I received an e-mail from an Ontario resident who described having a UFO sighting while on a construction job:

"It was in October of 2016, daytime, mostly blue sky, about 4:30 pm, over Collingwood, Ontario. I was in construction and we were installing trusses with a crane so I was looking up all day. Something moving caught me eye and I looked to see a small silver dot moving at high speed in a southerly direction., No sound, no trail, much faster than an airliner would be moving untill it disappeared behind a cloud.

I could not relate it to anything until I saw the image on your website under "Personal Sightings". A silver ball! That was it! That was what I saw ...... same time of day .....clear blue sky.

Thanks for the confirmation.


Date: Monday, January 30
Location: Sudbury, Ontario

On Sunday, February 5, I received the following e-mail from a Sudbury resident who was reporting her first UFO sighting, in addition to experiences witnessed by other family members:

"Hi Michel:

My name is _______ & I live here in Sudbury.

While on a Sudbury transit bus this past Monday Jan 30, I saw what I believe was a flying saucer. It was approx 4:20 pm. Still had lots of daylight so easy to see the craft.

I was on the LaSalle/Madison bus moving down Notre Same Ave when I spotted a grey object in the sky. This object was parallel to my bus & was flying really low. Object was probably 1/2 between me & Adanac ski-hill. I couldn't believe how slow it was going, almost like it was checking me out too.

I remember thinking, 'boy, that thing is slow' & just then, the craft picked up speed & was gone. It had to be going 600 miles an hr. It was gone so quickly, it defied logic. It made no sound. Object was oblong & grey in colour.

I looked around the bus to see if anyone else had seen the object but nobody seemed aware as to what had just happened. I wanted to tell someone about this so I googled "UFO sightings in Sudbury, Ontario", & that's where I got your name.

I didn't have enough time to get a picture of this thing before it took off. The whole thing from seeing object to its departure was all a matter of seconds.

My sister had a strange experience years ago while driving home really late, 2 am. As she drove out of the city to head home (Capreol), she spotted this thing in the sky. She drove past Tracks & Wheels on the hwy & it appeared to be following her. My sister never believed in UFOs.

She told me there was nobody else on the hwy due to the time. As she drove past McRae Heights, the object did the same. If she turned right, object turned right. If she turned left, the object turned left.

She turned onto Dominion Drive hoping object now gone when she spotted object again. She told me it followed her home. She got out of her car & ran in her house.

By this point, she is really scared. She changed into her sleepwear but did so without putting any lights on in her house. She went over to look out her kitchen window & spotted object hovering over in the distance by the hills. It seemed to be watching her.

She locked her doors & tried to go to bed but did not sleep well due to the circumstances. This incident never happened again but sure left her feeling scared.

Our dad took a picture of 2 flying objects while driving home with co-worker from the mine north of Capreol, years ago. He had seen some strange things in the sky while either going to work or heading home at shift end. This mine was about a 20-minute drive from Capreol & was way out in the bush.

There were at least 4 occurrences that I can recall where my dad witnessed strange objects in the sky.

I have the photo that my dad took.

Anyway, since you encourage people to let you know if anything strange happens, I thought I'd advise you of these incidents.

Should you wish to discuss these weird occurrences, please let me know."



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