A variety of strange objects were seen in Ontario’s skies on June 22, 2014.
On June 22 at approximately 6:30 p.m., a North Bay, Ontario resident spotted a “metallic sphere moving across the sky.” According to a Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) report, the witness was watching seagulls in a “cloud free sky” when a “silvery metallic object” was seen “moving across the sky in a northwesterly direction.”
The witness noted that the object “maintained a steady pace and altitude,” and also reflected the sun.” The sighting lasted about 10 minutes before the object moved so far away that it could no longer be seen.
Also on June 22 at approximately 6:06 p.m., a Toronto resident saw what appeared to be a “white star-like sphere” that was soon joined by two more. According to a MUFON report, at first only a single object was seen moving slowly and “very high in the sky.” Then two more appeared.
“The first moves toward the stationary two and (form) a triangle,” the witness noted adding that as the two move slowly apart, the first object becomes stationary while the other two continue to move.
‘Jelly fish' object
A third sighting on June 22 at about 11:45 a.m. involved what appeared to be five “jellyfish-like objects, “kite-like with tails moving.” According to a UFO Info report, the witness had a sighting the previous day so was again at an apartment window scanning the skies. It was then that five objects were seen.
From a southeasterly direction, the objects appeared to be “in formation together but apart individually from each other generally in the same small area in the sky.” At first, the witness thought they must be kites. However, it was noted that the objects were far too high in the sky.
Round objects Oakville
Yet again on June 22 at about 5:30 p.m., four Oakville residents spotted five (sometimes six) round objects. According to a UFO Info report, the four were sitting on a backyard patio and noticed a jet coming in from the south east. They then saw “very white round objects near the jet,” which was quite high in the early evening sky.
The woman who entered the report said she wondered it they were stars but it seemed too early to view them. She then alerted her husband and friends to what she saw and they continued to watch them for about 20 minutes.
“They changed formations from a diamond to a circle to a long line,” she noted adding that they moved slowly in the same general area. “At one point I counted 6,” she noted. “The last time we looked, I saw just one and that disappeared also. I had never seen anything like it in the sky.”