Sunday, July 4, 2010

12 Golden Lights Over Splashpad Park Off Pond Mills Road Ontario

Date: July 1, 2010
Time: Approx: 9:30 - 10:00 p.m.

Location of Sighting: Splashpad park off Pond Mills Road.
Number of witnesses: 7
Number of Objects: 11-12
Shape of Objects: Round.

Full Description of Event/Sighting: My son and I were lighting off fireworks for Canada Day at a nearby park. We could see and hear other fireworks going off as well. In the park there are 2 baseball diamonds and we were at one and there were 2 teenagers lighting their own fireworks. They had lit all they had and had ambled over to where we were lighting ours. Off to our left, there were 3 people who were sitting down and enjoying our little firework demonstration. We had paused in our lighting of our fireworks because some of them had to have their wicks peeled off of some tape and because we had brought just a small flashlight along and it took us some time to do.

As I mentioned, we could see and hear other fireworks as well, when I happened to look up at the sky I noticed about a dozen golden coloured lights in the sky. I thought at first, that maybe someone had gone all out and had bought a professionally prepared firework as opposed to the $25 kit that we had. But, I noticed that while I could still see the and hear the other fireworks, these lights were something different. They were gliding in the air almost in some sort of formation with 1 or 2 in the lead position and 3 rows of 3 following, with 1 or 2 bringing up the rear.

They were gliding with no noise, as I said, we could hear the other fireworks, but these lights made no noise. They were also gliding together and never varied their distance in relation to each other. We all stopped and said to each other, Do you see that? What is that? I have no idea, Does anyone have a camera?. We all were amazed at these lights, there was no smoke coming off them, they were not on fire and they were moving slowly so we got a good look at them. Then they winked out, a few at a time, still moving slowly and together, until we couldn't see them anymore. A very odd experience and I wish I had a camera!

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