UFO SIGHTING REPORT
Vernon, British Columbia
April 22nd 2006
Vernon, British Columbia More Objects Witnessed
Date: April 22, 2006
Time: 3:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m.
Clear sky with some light cloud.
Hi Brian, early this morning I was outside watching a pair of raccoons playing and I noticed a "satellite" like object trace a path from the west to the north west in a horseshoe shape. The object was traveling slowly as though drifting. A few minutes later another one went from the north to the south at a slow pace. Then there were about four in the sky within 30 seconds of each other going the same direction. I thought they seemed to disappear in the same area of the sky so I retrieved the binoculars to have a look. As I was scanning the area, I saw two more pin head size bright objects zoom past. My attention was caught when three satellite objects moved toward the north direction in a loose triangle formation. Without using the binoculars I could see through the middle so I believe that they were three distinct objects.
I again checked the Heavens-Above site and there were no satellites in the area at the time and the date. I am having fun, but I am not sure what I am seeing. They look like various light- magnitudes of stars moving in the sky. If they are large and illuminate they are probably under 3000 feet. The size will then decrease the further up they are. They can light up to pure white light at any altitude. They travel in the plane lanes here and I have seen one come up from behind the hill to come west over town after the plane to Kelowna was just out of sight heading south.
You have pictures of the same kind of objects in the reports from Mount Shasta California and also from one in Arizona. It was from his report that I started watching the sky here in the early morning hours. Take care.
Thank you to the witness for the report.
Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
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