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Shishis captures unknown objects in morning sky

Paul Shishis snapped a photo looking west from Scarborough, Ontario but did not see the two objects until he got a chance to take a closer look at the picture.
Paul Shishis snapped a photo looking west from Scarborough, Ontario but did not see the two objects until he got a chance to take a closer look at the picture.
Paul Shishis

Thanks to Paul Shishis’ innate intuition, two very different UFOs were seen while he was on a break at work in Scarborough, Ontario on March 24, 2014.

“I thought to take some pictures facing west towards Toronto,” the Oshawa resident said. “After taking ten pictures, then later examining them, there were two pictures found that were odd capturing the same type of unknown round black object.

The first picture that shows the CN Tower in Toronto, was taken at 10:15 a.m., he said, while the second one facing west was taken at 10:17 a.m. He did not see anything with the naked eye at the time he took the pictures.

Shishis noted that it is easy to disqualify photos of birds, particularly if their wings are open and when closed, they appear “like the shape of a fish.” He also ruled out insects because the temperature was below zero Celsius.

Both of the images showed a round object, while one of them also showed “an odd round bubble-type shape anomaly in a nearby cloud.” Shishis said, “I’m not sure what that could be.”

Shishis added that over the past few months, he has been “noticing quick dark moving things in the sky. Quick as one split second – like seeing something in the corner of your eye, there and gone in one second.”

He added, “I know there are some types that can appear and disappear right in front of one’s eyes. One has to wonder and just keep watching our surroundings above and around.”