UFO: Did alien entities or holograms hover over London, Ontario?


A witness reports UFO activity over Queens Village in New York City on 14 September 2012 according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database that was filed on 16 September 2012.

The witness reported what he or she was doing just before the UFO sighting.

“I was outside walking our dog. when I looked up into the sky I noticed about 7 glowing red orbs,“

The witness sought to listen for any sounds associated with the red orb-like entities.

“I heard no sound.“

The witness then decided to take photos that he or she included with his or her UFO sightings report.

“Right away I ran to get my digital camera and snapped off a few pictures.“

The witness described the direction of the UFO activity.

“They were coming from the west heading in an easterly direction. then they moved up higher in the sky only to disappear out of sight.”

This was not the first time the witness observed such UFO activity.

“I've seen the red lights before but many years ago.”

The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please keep in mind that many UFO reports can be explained as something natural or terrestrial in origin.

A Kanata witness reports that he or she saw orange UFOs on 20 May 2012 according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database. Kanata is a suburb in the western part of Ottawa which is Canada’s capital.

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Holographic-like UFO activity was reported east of Ottawa on 17 June 2012.

On 20 September 1965, a sighting of an orange globe had been associated with an alien abduction report. A British youth witnessed an apparent demonic interdimensional entity engulfed in fire. Details HERE.

Roger Marsh describes an increase in the activities of orange orbs.

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