Sunday, March 17, 2019

UFO Sightings Over Ramsey Lake Sudbury Ontario Canada


Report received on March 17, 2019.

Date:  Mid 1970’s
Time:  First sighting approximately 4:00 p.m. and the second approximately 7:00 p.m.

Number of objects: One each sighting.
Shape of object: Star-like glitter with no discernable shape.
Colour of object: Silver or white.

Full Description of Event/Sighting: First sighting, going swimming mid July around 4:00 p.m. with a friend. He pointed up into a clear blue sky and asked what that was. We watched this star-like object sitting in the sky for several seconds, then dart in a straight line a short distance (H, pup hard to describe actual distance, the object being, or appearing to be very high up, but from our perspective, several feet at a time). We watched it zig, then zag, for about a minute, then zoom away very quickly.

Second time was a year later. A friend several miles away saw it, called me, told me that he had called the Sudbury Airport to see if their radar saw anything. The airport said nothing was showing on the radar in the area he suggested. He asked me to walk up a hill in back of our house that had a good view of the immediate surroundings, and suggested I look to the west.

It was a five minute walk to get to the top of the hill where I had a good view of much of Ramsey Lake. After a few minutes I spotted a star-like object that acted exactly like the object my other friend and I witness a year earlier. On this occasion it was also a sunny evening with few clouds in the sky. I watched the object zing and zag around for a minute or so before it zoomed (or was blown) off at high speed.

My best guess for both sightings is a sheet of Mylar or some other bright material glinting off the sun. Probably not related, but there are several small islands in Ramsey lake, and when I hiked to one of them in January with a compass (I was learning how to use the compass) the needle began bouncing back and forth. The Sudbury basin was formed after a meteorite crashed into the area about 1.8 million years ago, and has a high concentration of nickel and copper.

Thank you to the witness for their reports.

Brian Vike, Director KBCC UFO Research. Email: b_vike@telus.net

The Vike Factor Blog: https://canadaufo.blogspot.com/



Monday, March 11, 2019

Military Personal Observe And Pick Up UFO On Radar Adak Island Alaska


 Report received March 10, 2019.

Date:  Spring/Summer 1965

Hi.  I was stationed on Adak from August 1964 to August 1965.  I work in control tower. I don't remember exact date, but believe it was Spring/Summer 1965. I was working night shift. We saw lights over harbor NE of of airfield. No contact. Called down to GCA unit. They checked their radar and had a target. 

The base commander or vice arrived in tower. The weather was good and a arriving P3 Orion said the had it visual and on aircraft radar too. They started towards towards it and it departed NW at a high rate of speed. The lights and radar target had been staying fairly stationary until the P3 headed towards it. 

The guys in GCA estimated speed in excess of 2000mph when it departed. I logged it. I don't know what other agencies documented.  We were just told to not discuss it. 

If anyone else has any information on this sighting, would you please contact me (Brian Vike) b_vike@telus.net

Brian Vike, Director KBCC UFO Research. Email: b_vike@telus.net

The Vike Factor Blog: https://canadaufo.blogspot.com/