A witness to a UFO sighting over Ancaster on September 4 left a message on Yahoo Answers about “bright white slowly moving lights” that were seen at about 11:30 p.m. The witness stated that they appeared to be only “a couple feet above the houses” and added that they “all of a sudden moved really quick and was white and red flashing way up in the sky.”
On September 6 at about 8:30 p.m., a woman and her husband were driving north on King Street in Waterloo when they spotted “an unusual number of orange/yellow lights in the night sky.” They first thought the objects must be planes but upon closer examination, they appeared “star/orb shaped but much bigger than stars” and were “flying west to east” close together.
According to a MUFON report on the sighting, “The yellowy orange lights remained solid; they didn't flash. They appeared to be flying in twos at the same altitude but in no specific formation, sort of staggered and irregularly spaced.”
The woman noted that one of the lights moved “quickly and close to another light ahead of it. We initially counted six lights but soon spotted another four following.”
As they continued to drive, they eventually lost sight of them due to cloud cover.
“We felt puzzled as to what we had just witnessed,” she noted. “It was unlike anything either of us had ever seen before.”
UFO on flight path
On the same evening at approximately 9:24 p.m., a Toronto resident noticed a UFO on a flight path with a plane to the city’s Harbour Airport. According to a MUFON report on Sightings.com, it was the “second night in a row I filmed this hovering light from my 23rd floor balcony.” The witness, who claimed to be an abductee, said this type of activity was seen often.
“This light phenomenon is morphing. I was drawn to it and as an abductee, I take this feeling seriously.
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On September 7, a fellow and his girlfriend were driving home at about 9 p.m. and noticed “a good view of Venus and Saturn, so I was keeping an eye out the window.” Just before arriving home, he took a last look and “noticed four orange lights.”
According to a MUFON report on Sightings.com, the object was sphere or star shaped. At first the witness thought the lights must be fireworks or those on an antenna tower. However, the lights first appeared to be in a “vertical line. Then “they disappeared behind a building and when we passed it, they were now more in a square formation.”
When they pulled into their driveway, they got out of the car for a better look.
“There were three now,” he said that were “in a triangle formation slowly heading east right over the highway.”
He added that both he and his girlfriend had worked at the local airport for about 10 years and “know what planes look like at night. It was not a plane.”
According to a MUFON report, two people spotted a hovering star-like” object on the evening of September 9 as they stood on a back deck. The object grew bigger as it passed over them and after a few seconds, it “started to drop rapidly, then just stopped.” The object had actually been seen the night before doing the same thing.
Then around midnight, “we spotted the object as we turned the corner on King George Road. We got out of the car and the object looked like an oversized helicopter or something. One of the witnesses noted that the object had “two lights in the front and back, two on each side, and one in the center above all the other lights.”
The witness added that the object was flying erratically,” so they got back into the car “to chase it.” However, it then disappeared but they managed to spot it again “over the fields as it turned off all flashing lights with only a pulsing white bright light.”
The object then returned to where they had first seen it and continued to hover.
On September 14 at about 8:20 p.m., an “oval-shaped object” that had “four bright orange lights” appeared over Hamilton, Ontario. The witness noted that they traveled “in a straight line about one kilometer apart.” Then “they all turned together (and) disappeared into the sky.”
Object startles witness
On September 17 at about 5 a.m., a resident of Nixon had just awakened to an alarm clock when a plane was spotted that was “flashing colors. The more I concentrated on it, the less I thought it was a plane,” the man noted.
According to a MUFON report on Sightings.com, the object moved toward his location at a steady rate of speed and then moved back again.
“It changed colors multiple times (blue, white, orangish, red twinkle). It then proceeded to move side to side. At first I thought it was just a weird star event but when it moved towards my house in bed I became startled.”
The witness woke his girlfriend to have a look, “so I could confirm I wasn't crazy.”