Mississauga Resident Spots Multicoloured UFO
Date: 01 December, 2017.
Place: Mississauga, Province of Ontario, Canada.
Early this month, more specifically on 01 December, a very strange event was witnessed in the city of Mississauga, Ontario.
According to an anonymous report published on Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) online database, a local woman spotted a “very bright red light” hovering over the Canadian city.
“I was changing for a Christmas work party, on 01 December, 2017, at approximately 05:45 p.m., in Mississauga, while facing my window”, the woman explained. “I am a regular stargazer, so watching out of my window at night is a regular thing”, she added.
However, that night, the Canadian citizen would see something more than stars. “I saw a very bright red light to the west. It took me a few seconds to register that it was not moving. It did not waver at all!” she exclaimed.
“I stared at it trying to see what could be, sitting there without this red light moving in any way. Fifteen seconds passed at least, and then the light turned white and moved swiftly and directly south”, the unnamed witness affirmed. “It stopped. Then, the light turned red and moved directly north. Again, it stopped, turned again south at high speed and disappeared out of my window view”, she asserted.
At first, she thought it could have been a drone, but she says she “realised it would have to be closer”. In addition, she is of the opinion that it could not have been a plane since the object was “higher than planes flying around here [Mississauga] to and from the Toronto airport”.
“I texted my ex-husband, who is a pilot, and had mentioned to me about five years ago he saw something when he and another pilot were flying and he was told to say nothing. I asked how fast a drone could fly as he has one, but I know it was not a drone”, the woman commented. “As a very regular stargazer, there is always a first for everything!” she expressed.
Draw your own conclusions…
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