Go Back Report # 684
05-12-1999

05-12-1999

12-May-99, Victoria, BC: (8:30 - 9:30 pm)

A man and his wife were at the gazebo in the University of Victoria, a favourite viewing spot for them. They were looking eastward across the Straits of Juan De Fuca, towards Vancouver, when they saw a bright light, the colour of fire, indulge in high speed erratic motions. They watched it for about 8 minutes before it disappeared into the ocean (?) or landed (?). The light was 1/2 the size of a dime held at arm's length.

A few minutes later, another fiery object appeared in the same spot and "danced" around the sky in an identical manner. After about 8 minutes, this object also disappeared in a similar manner. This object appeared to be more of a triangular shape.

A little later, a third yellow/gold object appeared and repeated the antics of the two previous objects. This one was also around for about 8 minutes before disappearing in the same spot.

In January of 1999, the same couple saw a vertical beam of lightning (?) appear from the same location and beam skywards. It was only in view "for a millisecond".

This reference: http://www.ufobc.ca/Sightings/sights99.htm. With thanks to Chris Rutkowski of UFOROM (UFOlogy Research of Manitoba:

http://www.geocities.com/athens/delphi/7998/UFOROM.HTM

UFOCAT PRN 143684

UFOCAT URN 143684 UFO Research Manitoba, Canadian UFO Survey by Geoff Dittman,
1999_072, UFOBC

North America Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island

Victoria Latitude 48-26-00 N, Longitude 123-22-00 W (D-M-S)

Juan de Fuca Strait Latitude 48-20-00 N, Longitude 124-00-00 W

Vancouver Latitude 49-15-00 N, Longitude 123-07-00 W

Vancouver Island Latitude 49-30-00 N, Longitude 125-30-00 W

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

UFO location (UFOCAT) Latitude 48.44 N, Longitude 123.34 W (D.%)


 



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