UFO: Star-like Object Spotted In Cumberland, Ontario
Date: 22 November, 2017.
Place: Cumberland, Province of Ontario, Canada.
Last month, on 22 November, a very unusual incident occurred in the small town of Cumberland, Ontario.
According to an anonymous report published on Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) online database, a local resident affirmed to have seen a strange object hovering over the town, while trying to spot a comet in the sky with his father and his brother.
“My father, my brother and I were watching the Hale Bopp comet, when we noticed a red, star-like object. It got brighter and then grew to a big white spot in the sky”, the unnamed witness stated. “It looked one hundred times bigger than a star”, he affirmed.
A few moments later, the UFO started moving across the sky at a very low speed. In the opinion of the author of the report, it would fly at an altitude of 3,500 feet high. “It eventually got smaller and slowly moved across the sky. It flew by us (10km away) at an elevation of about 3,500 feet high”.
About the appearance of the unidentified craft, the author of the report affirmed that it also had “three glowing lights on it: red, blue and green”. “We had a telescope out and spotted the object, which didn't seem to have defined edges. It looked like a mass of energy with three circular lights that spun at about 1 rotation per second”, he expressed. “It flew in a completely straight path from what seemed to be outer space into close by Earth”, he added.
Considering the unusual features of the flying object, the three men decided to contact the local airport in order to find some answers. However, according to the airport personnel, there were no planes flying over the town. “We were shocked and called the local airport to find out what it might have been. They reported no scheduled flights in our area”, the witness claimed.
“We lost sight of the object when it flew past us, ten to fifteen minutes after the first sighting”, he asserted.
Draw your own conclusions…
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