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Couple Videos Mystery Dark Spiral

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2007 09:54:19 -0500
Archived: Sat, 29 Dec 2007 09:54:19 -0500
Subject: Couple Videos Mystery Dark Spiral




Source: CBC News - Prince Edward Island, Canada

http://tinyurl.com/2q8t3p

Friday, December 28, 2007


Couple Videos Mystery Dark Spiral
CBC News

Environment Canada and the Transportation Safety Board of Canada
can't explain just what it was a P.E.I. couple videoed in the
Island skies on Wednesday evening.

When Tony Quigley and his wife Marie of North Tryon, just east
of the Confederation Bridge, saw a dark spiral in the sky they
went for the video camera.

"When we first saw it, it was going so slow. We said, is it a
meteorite, or what the heck is it? So when we did start to tape,
it was above the cloud and that's the part we missed," said
Marie Quigley.

"When it came out of the cloud, we have it from there until it's
out of sight. I have no idea. I mean I didn't think it was a UFO
or anything but to me I thought something was in trouble, but it
was going so slow. I mean it was at least a half an hour from
the time we first spotted it till it went out of sight."

The couple has no clue what it was. Their first calls, to the
Charlottetown Airport and the RCMP, were no help. They called
Environment Canada, which was also unable to identify the
phenomenon.

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has reviewed the
footage to ensure the sighting was not of an aircraft in
distress. A representative from the board confirmed it was not,
but had no further details.


[Lead thanks to Stuart Miller @ http://www.alienworldsmag.com]



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