UFO: Bright Spheres Seen In Morden, Manitoba
Date: 24 November, 2017.
Place: Morden, Province of Manitoba, Canada.
A couple of weeks ago, on 24 November, a very strange incident was reported in the surroundings of the small city of Morden, Manitoba.
According to an anonymous testimony published on Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) online database, “a bright sphere” was seen hovering near the Canadian town.
“At approximately 11:45 a.m. on 24 November, 2017, [I was] driving south on Highway 3. Winkler would have been about 10 miles southeast and Morden 10 miles southwest of us when we spotted the sphere”, the witness affirmed.
The Manitoba resident explained that he and the other person who was with him saw two beams of lights that came out from the top and the bottom of the unidentified craft. “We observed a bright sphere in the sky [which] might have been reflective. The sphere would have been the size of a penny. It had what appeared to be beams of light emitting at an angle to the west from the top and bottom”, he stated.
“We watched it for about five minutes but we could not tell if it was moving. We did not seem to draw any closer to it during the five minutes we observed it. We were driving at 60 mph”, the Canadian citizen asserted. “It suddenly disappeared. A few minutes later, a bright light appeared in the sky, no beams this time, and appeared to be fuzzy in nature. It remained in sight, but then it suddenly split into two equal parts and then into three”, he continued.
According to the witness, these three objects looked like bright clouds which later vanished in the sky. “All three parts turned to small bright clouds. Then, more small clouds appeared suddenly around them. These clouds would have been about the size of a silver dollar”, he expressed. “After a few minutes, all three bright clouds dimmed and disappeared. In another few minutes the other clouds disappeared as well”, he added.
Draw your own conclusions…
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