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Victoria, British Columbia Sighting - 11-01-02

From: Brian Vike - HBCC UFO Research <hbccufo.nul>
Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2002 22:38:17 -0800
Archived: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 10:26:14 -0400
Subject: Victoria, British Columbia Sighting - 11-01-02

Victoria, British Columbia

Date: November 1, 2002
Time: 3:35 p.m.

I live in Victoria BC, and today at approx 1535 hours I was
outside where I heard a brrrrring of a small plane and turned my
eyes to see it travelling in a North to South direction at
around 4000 to 5000 feet (normal altitude, whatever that is). It
was a small Cessna type aircraft with bright yellow sides and a
red tail section.

Today was a brilliantly clear day so the colors of the plane
were plainly visible.

Suddenly my eyes caught a glimpse of another aircraft flying in
the same direction except, to the west of the other, and much
closer to me.

This second object was a much larger craft than the Cessna; in
fact the nose of it extended much farther forward of the small
swept-back wings than the Cessna. It resembled a DC9 in basic
shape but the wings were very short.

This craft was pure white and did not appear to have windows or
markings of any kind on the body of the craft. It may have been
the time of day but it's wings were kind of indistinct and

But, the whole strange part of this is that the farther away
Cessna was travelling at a much higher rate of speed than the
object. The object continued very slowly on it's Southerly
course until it was out of sight.

I have never seen such a large aircraft fly so slowly. In fact
it seemed impossible for a fixed wing aircraft to do that at
all. There were no contrails or noise from the object.


Thank you to the witness for their report.
Brian Vike

HBCC UFO Research
Editor: Canadian Communicator

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