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Recent Interesting Canadian UFO Reports

From: Chris Rutkowski <rutkows.nul>
Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2007 14:57:57 -0600 (CST)
Archived: Sun, 30 Dec 2007 10:06:10 -0500
Subject: Recent Interesting Canadian UFO Reports

I have received some curious reports in December, a few of which
may be very significant.

First, I spoke with the witness of the UFO case in Prince Edward
Island that has been on the news the past few days.

On December 26, 2007, at about 5:30 pm, he and his wife saw a
dark object spiraling towards the ground near the horizon. They
grabbed their video camera and began filming, and what was
caught on film is remarkable. A blackish object giving of
"smoke" was seen, which the witnesses likened to a "plane in
trouble." The actual object was difficult to see, bit the
witness thought it was shaped like a ball. It was descending at
a shallow angle, in a corkscrew motion, moving away from the
witnesses, towards the west. Eventually, a long, black contrail
was formed. The witnesses lost sight of the actual object, and
it did not seem to actually reach the ground before it became
too dark to observe it, lasting more than half an hour in total.

The link to the video is at:


The other Maritime case is from December 21, 2007, at 6:05 pm
local. A helicopter pilot was flying near Halifax when he saw a
bright white light flying at a much higher altitude. It was in
sight for about five minutes.

What's most intriquing about this case is that when the
helicopter pilot notified the nearby control tower, they
contacted NORAD, who confirmed that they painted the helicopter
as well as a "possible UFO" at the location and direction
indicated by the pilot, but at 6:18 pm local and fading from
radar at 6:22 pm.

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