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UFOs Spotted Over Orillia

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2007 13:09:23 -0400
Archived: Sat, 04 Aug 2007 13:09:23 -0400
Subject: UFOs Spotted Over Orillia

Source: The Barrie Examiner - Ontario, Canada


Friday, August 03, 2007

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UFOs Spotted Over Orillia; Objects Described As Oblong Shapes

Colin McKim
Osprey News Network

Scott Fraser has seen a few strange things in the night sky.

But he never had a camera with him.

That is until Sunday night at sunset, when four white oblong
shapes burst like rockets over the western horizon, rose
vertically some distance before whizzing south at high speed.

"I really honestly don't know what they were," said Fraser, who
was standing on the Westmount Hill in Orillia near Tim Hortons
photographing the burnt orange sunset when one of his friends
spotted the first of the vaporous white shapes, followed by a

A pilot and flight instructor at the Lake Simcoe Regional
Airport who saw Fraser's pictures thought they might me the
contrails of military jets.

"Sometimes you see the vapour trail, but not the plane," said
Don Sturdy. "But that's just a guess."

Sturdy said he's never seen clouds or vapour trails shaped
exactly like the ones in Fraser's photos.

"It's interesting," he said.

Fraser thinks the manouevres the flying objects made were too
quick and sharp for conventional aircraft.

"Planes can't turn 90 degrees," he said.

There are things in the universe beyond our knowledge, says
Fraser, who once watched a glowing red object dart about over
Lake Simcoe before accelerating out of sight.

"It keeps us wondering," he said.

Fraser has posted about eight photos on Face Book and friends
are intrigued, but nobody has an answer.

He plans to make a short video for the website YouTube.com by
running all the pictures in sequence to show how the objects
crossed the sky.

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