Kamloops, British Columbia

November 9th 2005

Kamloops British Columbia UFOs Making Unusual Maneuvers

Date: November 9, 2005
Time: 4:00 a.m.

Dear Brian, I was up on the internet late and went for a stretch on my deck and to catch some cool fresh winter air. I noticed three ships right away in the North East direction...all near Mt Paul in Kamloops, BC. Then all of a sudden one scooped downward like the loop in a J form. The form of the loop of the J was the size of 1.5 x the mountain size in length and it was not a quick action but a floating weightless type of movement angling away from Mt Paul itself. I thought oola nice, huge smile and then it blinked out...was not a fast movement and extremely noticeable. I smiled and under my breath said "welcome" while wondering if the speed was deliberate to ensure being seen.... When it blinked out it would have been about 200 ft above ground. It was over an area where there is natural thermal heating in the ground. As it made this slow long scoop shape it never faded or streaked or sped up..just floated in a controlled manner.

Took me off guard; I quite enjoyed this lovely surprise. Could not be mistaken for a falling star...was slow, noticeable, deliberate. Pure delight and the smile is still on my face. Somehow I sensed many more than the 5 or so ships that predominated the sky that night. I also knew there were be no further events that morning. I clearly understood that somehow there was no need to hang around in consideration of a further event. In retrospect I realize that this knowingness, in itself, was interesting. To some degree there is a sense of knowing; of just watching the events unfolding over time now. The knowingness has a simple peace to it.

Thank you to the witness for the report.

Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research


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