Sunday, May 23, 2010
Time: 10:00 p.m.
Location of Sighting: Over Trudeau International Airport, Montreal, Qc, Canada.
Number of witnesses: 1
Number of Objects: 1
Shape of Objects: Triangle.
Full Description of Event/Sighting: I work on the ramp at the Montreal International Airport. It was a quiet night so I had taken the golf cart out near the taxiway to relax under the stars and watch the planes. At exactly 10:00pm I spotted the UFO directly overhead as it was making a high speed flyby over the airport. The UFO consisted of exactly 3 large, spherical, white lights in a perfect triangle moving in unison.
The triangle was oriented with one light facing skyward and the other two in the plane of the UFO's west to east trajectory. The lights were clearly distinguishable from normal aircraft lights and stars. They were very 'fuzzy' or phased out as if they were vibrating and traveled in a visible wave-like path instead of a straight line.
The UFO took no more than 8 seconds at a sustained speed to pass from directly overhead until it faded into the light pollution of downtown Montreal over the eastern horizon. It passed in complete silence and there was no air traffic landing or departing the airport at that time. The altitude and size of the UFO was hardest to judge: It appeared to be the size of a constellation against the stars and appeared to flyby extremely low due to it's size.
Throughout my life I have seen thousands of strange flying objects. Satellites, Meteors, Weather Balloons, Hot Air balloons, Skydivers, Hang-gliders. You name it. In fact 99.99% of the flying objects that have ever caught my attention I had successfully identified to be one of these terrestrial occurrences. The only objects that had ever proved to me they were genuine UFO's was the Black Triangle UFO flyby I witnessed last night and a small Geol. Scoutship I saw 11 years ago.
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