Go Back Report # 1364

08-27-2002

 

National UFO Reporting Center

Sighting Report

 

Occurred: 8/27/2002 23:30 (Entered as: 082702 23:30)

Reported: 8/28/2002 7:09:50 P.M. 19:09

Posted: 2/5/2003

Location: Toronto (Canada), ON

Shape: Triangle

Duration: 5 minutes

What we saw for 5 minutes on Tuesday made believers out of 10 of us....

 

23:30 - About 10 of my friends were at Cherry Beach (just south of downtown Toronto) ready to have a bonfire / bush party when 2 of my friens [sic-friends] noticed bright lights coming from the south towards us. These lights separated forming 2 triangle type shapes. Within what must have been 20 seconds they were over us. They stopped above us then moved about ten feet south again over the lake. Then one came down on top of the water and hovered there. This one triangle was all black with lights on the three corners. We could see what looked like 2 windows on the front of it. They were illuminated a bluish colour. We could see what looked like to be people or something moving around in there. There was a door or something that opened on the right side of this thing and something came out that looked roundish in shape and scooped up some water. Then this thing took off straight up in the air. We moved back because we felt an intense heat just shoot out form [sic-from] it. These two things then took off again to the south. We have video of this event which we are now in the process of showing our local police and news departments.

 

Reference for the above text is: National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC), Peter Davenport, Director: http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/024/S24752.html

Retrieved on August 24, 2011.

 

UFOCAT PRN 181367

UFOCAT URN 181367 UFO Research Manitoba, Canadian UFO Survey, 2002-372

UFOCAT URN 190108 National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC), Peter Davenport, Director

 

North America Canada, Ontario

Cherry Beach   Latitude 43-38-08 N, Longitude 079-20-39 W (D-M-S)

Toronto            Latitude 43-44-30 N, Longitude 079-22-24 W (D-M-S)

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

 

 

 



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