UFO SIGHTING REPORT
July 14th 2004
Dryden, Ontario An Amazing Sighting Of An Object
Date: July 14, 2004
Time: 8:00 p.m.
In Dryden, Ontario, I was sitting on my balcony playing a new song I have written on my guitar. My balcony faces south. I looked to my left (south east) and out of no where appeared to be a hazy sphere that I mistook for the moon for a second. It then got larger and larger and a light appeared in the middle of it.
I stopped and fixated on it. I told myself it must be a helicopter looking for runaways or something but it then burned so bright that my eyes hurt and I had to look away. It was very close to a star of which I don't know the name and I used the star as a marker to see how much it moved. It dimmed out to a cigar shaped haze and zig jagged a little and then started to glow in the middle and had a haze on top and below the glow. It looked like a star if you were to glance at it quick. Obviously "they" have this way of camouflage (hope I spelled it right) it can trick your eye. I looked at this thing and could not believe I was seeing it so plain. I woke my 66-year-old father at 4 in the morning to have a witness. He calmly told me he had seen one as a little boy and I should keep watching because I will take off really, really fast. I then discovered another one more to the direct east glowing on and off. That is the thing. It glowed on and off. It disappeared and then reappeared about 15 times approx. Totally amazing. I have never had any doubt that there are entities out there but this is an affirmation. It hovered in the relative same spot for nearly 2 hours glowing on and off and slowly moving around. If this was man-made then the man who made it is a friend and will not let anyone in on his or her secret.
Howard Hughes eat your heart out. This was real, real, real, real. It disappeared behind dark clouds, as did the other at the same time.
Thank you to the witness for the interesting report.
Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
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