Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Sphere Hovered Over Witnesses Home At London Ontario


Date:  August 19, 2012
Time:  Around 6:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.

Hello, I was reading about the lady in Burlington who saw red balls on July 28th, 2012. I saw something similar on August 19, 2012 around 6:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.. The sky was still bright blue.

My family was bbq-ing and we all seen it, 7 of us. It was a sphere kind of clear with like a red X or a cross in it. It was so far up in the sky it was hard to tell. It hovered over our house and then slowly floated away.

We got out the binoculars and went on the roof even. We were all in awe. It was so strange because at first it looked like a ball of fire, but then through the binoculars it was almost like transparent.

At first it was hovering and then starting floating faster and faster going east until we could no longer see it. Do you have any ideas or anyone else who saw the same thing on that day? I am in London Ontario. Thanks.

 
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1 comment:

  1. Viewer in BurlingtonAugust 22, 2012 at 9:29 AM

    On the 18th August 2012, Saturday, approximately 21:00 in Burlington, ON. Night time, though not 100% dark yet, maybe 2-3% wispy cloud cover (hard to assess at night).

    Saw orange globe moving from West to East in straight line, took about 1 minute to move from horizon (Niagara Escarpment) to a point approximately above Bronte (east of viewing point), then quickly (2-3 seconds) arched and changed direction to move SSE, accelerating (at least it seemed so) and quickly fading (ball grew smaller as it moved) into the distance (clouds?) within 20 seconds.

    Viewed with binoculars for better look (lucky we were watching stars night before):
    It seemed to be two attached spheres, upper was orange-red and faded from orange-red at base to black at surface, lower sphere smaller and lit yellow-orange.

    I would have said it was an aerostatic balloon, though I am unsure; I do wonder why it would be flying so late at night crossing Pearson's west flightpath (we were watching planes just a while before) and how it changed direction and speed so dramatically when it reached a point above Bronte.

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