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British Columbia Resident Affirms UFOs Caused Electrical Interference In His Vehicle

Date: 04 December, 2017.

Place: Westwold, Province of British Columbia, Canada.

Last week, on 04 December, a very unusual incident occurred in the small community of Westwold, British Columbia.

According to an anonymous report published on Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), a group of travellers affirmed to have seen a group of multi-coloured lights hovering over the Canadian town.

“My family and I were travelling on Highway 97 just outside of Westwold, near Monte Lake [Provincial Park]. We were travelling a bit faster than we should have and I first had thought we were being pulled over, but soon I realised it was not what we expected”, the author of the report stated. “I had slowed down to around 50 Kph, pretty quick as I figured I was going to get pulled over, but all of us in the vehicle observed what seemed to be like very slow, pulsating red, blue and orange lights that almost dulled themselves down from a low beam to a bright light”, he continued.

In addition to these strange lights, the unnamed traveller explained that he and his family saw a “dark object” passing over them. This object allegedly caused a series of weird noises and electrical problems in the vehicle. “We observed what seemed to be a dark objet near the passenger front section of visible window area. We had the speakers in our vehicle making an awful screeching noise and weird vocals that were not like anything I have ever heard”, the Canadian citizen asserted. “I then slowed right down to almost a rolling stop on the highway, and the electrical parts in the vehicle started doing the funky chicken and what seemed to be like shorting out”, he expressed.

“I wanted to pull over and get out or at least pull a ‘U’ turn and investigate, but with screaming kids and them begging me to keep driving, I felt it was the best to continue on our way”, he explained.

Draw your own conclusions…

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