British Columbia's UFO Researcher Brian Vike, Director of HBCC UFO Research sat listening to a radio show by way of the internet on March 11, 2007 from his home in Houston, B.C., a small town in northern British Columbia Canada.
Mr. Vike was surprised to see the large number of sighting reports coming out of the province of Ontario, where most people were searching for the March 11, 2007 meteor. Believing an amazing light show took place in the province he thought to place a short, quick note to his website requesting that if anyone may have been witness to a meteor sighting over the Ontario province to please get in contact with him at HBCC UFO Research.
The following day, March 12, 2007 letters came flying in, one after another from different locations in the province of Ontario, and other areas as well. From Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and the object was witnessed also from some locations in New York. There was no question as to what folks had been witness to, which was a fireball/meteor. The descriptions on what was seen were roughly the same. Some reports did vary from a round flaming green ball to a very bright red and orange ball with long green tail.
What came as a surprise to Vike was the large amount of UFO sightings that was also happening in the province of Ontario. Over a short period of time the cases started rolling in and never stopped, and this over a lot of unusual reports of strange/unexplained UFOs seen by many eyewitnesses in the province.
Eyewitnesses were observing either black triangular craft, to triangular craft appearing almost transparent, and some of these objects were huge. UFOs were witnessed, from shiny ball type objects, rectangular craft, to orange lights making some very unusual maneuvers. Chevron shaped craft traveling low, and very slow without making a sound. All of the unexplained sightings had no sound being reported. Some of the objects were witnessed at a low altitude, from approximately 200 feet to 1,000 feet and some were hovering. Disk shaped craft were also seen.
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