On February 3, 2014 at around 8:15 p.m., a Hamilton, Ontario resident was on his back deck with his wife when he noticed “four dimly lit objects.” According to a UFOinfo.com report, the man wrote, “We both watched in absolute amazement as these 4 objects, flying completely silent, in formation and at an unfathomable rate of speed.”
He said that objects “crossed almost directly over our heads” and added that the flight path appeared to be from south to northeast with the “lit objects” being over Lake Ontario.
“I've witnessed thousands of aircraft from this exact vantage point from every different direction and height but these objects were unlike anything I had ever seen before,” he noted. “If this was one object with four dim, hazy lights, the size would have had to have been gigantic because that would really change the height ratio.”
And he added, “I'm not certain what they were but I'm 100% certain what they were not.”
Another report from UFOinfo.com involved another Hamilton sighting on February 16 at approximately 8 p.m. The witness saw a “straight line of redish/orangish lights coming across the Binbrook sky…slow moving and (in) perfect formation.
The witness said the objects made no sound and was definitely not a jet. When asked if they might have been balloons or Chinese lanterns, the witness noted that he had seen lanterns before and these were not the same. The witness added that the sighting “Threw me off guard. (I) figured it may have been space junk…because (the) lights were in a straight line but the way it was moving and its stability made me think otherwise.”
On February 23 at about 8:45 p.m., a large object that “looked like a shooting star but much larger (almost like a meteor) was seen over Highway 401 between Napanee and Belleville.
According to a UFOinfo.com report the witness wrote, “I was driving eastbound towards Kingston, Ontario and shortly after passing through Belleville… I saw a shooting star out of the corner of my eye so I looked above the tree line to my right and saw a huge green light (almost like a meteor) falling from the sky… and it was flashing different colours, like red, yellow, white, etc. It kept falling and getting bigger, but it disappeared behind the trees in the distance.”