Always ready with his camera, Paul was on his break and snapped some shots of it.
“It resembles slightly the one taken in June at the CN Tower. You can see that photo HERE. It does indeed look like the same object.
He also noticed a “slow moving white object in the sky about a mile from his workplace parking lot at around 12:15 p.m.
“I went to the car but before opening it, I looked up and noticed it to the north. I watched for maybe less than a minute,” he said adding that he grabbed his camera to take some photos. However, when he looked up again, it was gone.
On January 1st at about 1 a.m., a Toronto resident saw “a red light coming from the downtown area.” At first it was thought to be a plane but it then turned left and headed east toward the witness.
Viewing the object from a seventh floor apartment, the witness said “…it passed (in) a straight line in front of me. I got a real good look at it. It was white in the center as the light moved outward, it gradually changed to orange and orange to a red glow.”
According to a report on the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), the witness noted that there appeared to be “a pattern within the light. It also had the most awesome glow to it unlike any other light I have ever seen before. Wow!”
The witness also wrote that the light moved slowly and “without a sound,” adding that although the object appeared to move slowly, it actually moved quite quickly.
“As the light passed in front of me and away, turning right (and) heading over Lake Ontario on a southeast heading toward the United States, it still seemed to be going slow but it began a steady climb upward maybe a 45-degree angle upward. It began to dim out on me until it was just a twinkle in the sky like a star and then nothing – gone from my vision.”
The witness said the whole sighting took about a minute and a half.
“All I can say is that I have always been a believer but I’m also a skeptic because I’m a need definite proof type of person and as far as I’m concerned, now I have it.”