Go Back Report # 1009


Kincardine, Ontario 3 Bright Lights Explode From The Water        

Report received January 29, 2007      

Date: About 14-15 years ago

Time: 10:00 -11:00 p.m.         

Brian, well I live in a small town called Kincardine. It's in Ontario on the Western shores of Lake Huron. This is home to one of the world’s largest nuclear power plants, Bruce Power. This experience happened about 14-15 years ago. I was around 12 years old and it was the summer before I entered high school. So how ever old you are then.           

Anyways, this is what happened. It's about 10:00 - 11:00 pm., myself and two friends at the time were on our bikes down at the harbor on our pier. We have two piers, a north and south pier. We were on the north pier, because back then we had a diving board on the pier where everyone would hang out. So we were out on the pier standing around talking about having a sleep-over out at my dads house. About 50 meters or so off the pier it looked like there was someone out in the water swimming. It looked like someone was doing the breaststroke, doing maybe 30 feet lengths back and forth, back and forth. We didn't think anything of it really. So anyways my one buddy already knew he could stay the night, but my other buddy didn't as he had to ask his parents. So he took off on his bike back uptown to call his parents and ask. 

Me and my other buddy stayed at the pier. 10-15 minutes later he comes back. This is where things get weird! So we notice that things still there, doing the same thing, same pattern like someone was swimming! Only out a little deeper, basically right out in front of the diving board now. Still parallel to the pier. Now were starting wonder what this thing really is as were curious, right. We start walking towards the diving board, which is maybe 15 feet from where we were, asking each other "What is it?" As we reached the diving board I yelled out “It’s a mermaid”, joking around. Just as I finished yelling that, this thing stopped moving in the water and it looked like it looked at us. It went under the water and exploded out of the water in 3 bright lights in the shape of a perfect triangle. Maybe 10-15 feet between each light. This thing was out of the water and hovering literally 7-10 feet in front of us, off the pier in a matter of milli-seconds. Not a sound was made by this thing and deadly quiet! It rotated one way coming out the water, stopped in front of us, hovered there for maybe 3-5 seconds then took off rotating the other direction out over the break-wall then up into the air and gone! I remember having to grab onto the diving board ladder because my entire body turned to, basically Jell-O and I could feel some sort of heat on my face.                       

After we could move again, we looked at each other and ran like hell! We left our bikes and just ran off the pier and it took us about an hour to go back to get our bikes. This happened and I will never forget it. Feels like it happened yesterday. Back then I had no clue about UFOs and such things. We were all into our sports. The only thing that came to our minds was a ghost. But as I got older I started seeing TV shows and documentaries about UFOs and now I'm 110% sure it was a UFO, and to be honest I think we saw some sort of Alien species doing whatever it was doing in the water until we spooked it. Maybe it hopped in its craft and zipped up on us out of curiosity. It's a crazy story I know, but 100% the truth.          

Thank you.      

Thank you very much to the witness for their report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research. email: hbccufo@telus.net Website:

http://www.hbccufo.org http://www.brianvike.com, http://www.hbccufo.com,

http://www.hbccufo.net HBCC UFO Research International:


HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO                                  

This reference: As above        

UFOCAT PRN – NONE           

North America – Canada, Ontario, Bruce

Kincardine        Latitude 44-10-00 N, Longitude 81-38-00 W (D-M-S)

Reference: http://geonames.nrcan.gc.ca/index_e.php           


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