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Canadian witnesses report multiple fast moving objects

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Witnesses in two unrelated cases in Ontario, Canada, both reported multiple, fast moving objects in the night sky they could not identify beginning about 10:30 p.m. on May 4, 2014, according to testimony in cases 56010 and 56013 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

An Ontario witness at Brampton first saw a "glowing, pulsing" object in the northwest sky about 10:30 p.m. that "moved at incredible speeds and then stopped on a dime." The object took off again at high speed. The object's movement and stopping sequences were observed over a 10-minute period.

"Without warning a second object appeared out of nowhere and started to fly together with the first object," the witness stated. "It was like they were communicating - flying at very high speeds. They were flying all over the northeast and western sky within seconds. I can't express how fast they were going. It was crazy."

Then three to five more objects joined this group.

"It was like a random crazy dance in the sky zigzagging, going fast, slowing down. It was very impressive. I have been to many air shows in the past and I know my aircraft well."

Then beginning at 11 p.m. on May 4, 2014, an Ontario witness in Beaverton - about 70 miles northeast of Brampton - was outside with a dog when an object was seen to the east.

"I saw five bright white lights flying at extreme speeds with no sound in a boomerang shape like geese flying," the witness stated. "The two behind the lead one were swerving side-to-side almost like switching spots. They disappeared over Lake Simcoe heading west."

Brampton is a Canadian city in southern Ontario, population 523,911. Beaverton is a community in Brock Township in the Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, population 2,500. MUFON International is investigating.


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