Paul Shishis of Oshawa, Ontario seems to be a magnet for UFOs and August 2013 has proved to be no exception with several sightings of bright, white lights in the night sky, as well as one blue light.
“Once again UFO’s continue to fly over Oshawa bordering Whitby, Ontario,” he said. “Daytime sightings have dramatically gone down in the last couple of years, though nighttime sightings are going through the roof.”
This month’s sightings include unknowns he describes as “low, slow, single white lights that do not flash and make no sound.
“They can fade out or even become more brilliant,” he noted.
On August 5 at about 11:29 p.m., Shishis was outside walking his dog when he noticed a UFO traveling from the west. It became “more brilliant and then faded out under two minutes,” he said adding that the “only other witness was my dog.”
On August 6, he was outside of his Oshawa home when he noticed a “brilliant aqua blue light directly above on a cloudy night.” Shishis said he took several pictures between 12:35 and 12:37 a.m. This object appeared to be “stationary in the clouds,” he added.
On August 14 at approximately 11:08 p.m., he spotted another low white light” while walking his dog. This light traveled slowly from west to east, he noted and wondered if it was a star “or something else.”
Shishis spotted a similar light while walking his dog on August 20 at about 10:37 p.m.
“It appeared about one mile away coming in over Whitby,” he said. “It then turned southward toward Lake Ontario. Once it turned south, it just faded out – gone!” He added that this sighting lasted “under one minute.”
Shishis often gets a strange feeling right before unknown objects appear in the sky but it is something that he still finds “very uncanny. He cannot help wondering if this is due to some kind of “telepathic connection” or just an odd string of coincidences.
This Examiner was stunned to see a large, single white light on August 22 at approximately 10:05 p.m. This light quite literally zoomed horizontally across the sky from west to east. Given the tremendous speed and horizontal travel just above the tree line, it seems unlikely that this was a falling star or meteor.
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