British Columbia witnesses suggest clouds concealing UFO
Edited by George Filer
KELOWNA B.C. -- A very strange-looking cloud was seen by many people from the Waterfront Park area looking toward the Knox Mountain area around 9:00 PM, on Sunday, July 13, 2008. Several people took photos of it and many people commented on how they had never seen anything like it...they said it was as if a UFO was inside of it. Even though the wind was blowing quite strongly, the cloud did not change its shape or move at all for several minutes -- which was very odd. Then, quite quickly (within 30 seconds or so), its form began to dissipate.
Within a couple of minutes, it was a much smaller cloud, blending in with others. I e-mailed the photos to a friend in Vernon who replied, "very interesting - and I saw that cloud or one much like it today in Vernon and thought it was very unusual too!" Thanks to Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO. LINK
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