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Houston Resident Busy Researching Sightings In The

From: Brian Vike - HBCC UFO <hbccufo.nul>
Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 16:10:56 -0800
Fwd Date: Sun, 08 Feb 2004 10:14:58 -0500
Subject: Houston Resident Busy Researching Sightings In The

Source: Prince George Citizen


February 7, 2004

Houston Resident Busy Researching Sightings In The Sky

by Paul Strickland
Citizen staff

A Houston man who researches celestial phenomena says a number
of unexplained objects have appeared in the night sky over
Prince George and the Northern Interior in recent years.

Brian Vike hopes local residents will phone his toll-free line,
1-866-262-1989, to report any unusual sightings.

Vike owns and operates HBCC UFO Research (HBCC stands for
Houston, British Columbia, Canada), which he established in
2000. He says the number of reports of unexplained night-sky
phenomena has increased dramatically since 2002.

"There is no doubt something is happening in our skies", he
said. "Particularly in the last two months there have been a lot
of strange things."

Vike said a Prince George resident reported a red ball of light
just west of the city Jan.30 around 9.30 p.m.

"The first time it rose from behind trees, and then it moved to
the west and hovered above the trees," he said.

"Afterwards it jumped higher quite suddenly, took off for the
west, and made a curving motion.

"She said that, being so close, they thought it may be a
helicopter but it made no noise." Vike says.

Another resident called around the same time to report exactly
the same phenomena, he added.

Other Prince George residents saw a ball of light over the
industrial area east of the downtown core, the evening of
January 29th. "It flew over and split in two," Vike said. "Each
part went in a different direction".

This week a city resident near First and Tabor told The Citizen
she and four friends saw two orange objects in the northern sky,
January 31st around 10.p.m. After five or 10 minutes they moved
lightly apart, one more slowly than the other. The first one
disappeared fairly quickly into clouds afterwards, while the
other moved out more slowly and faded off.

Above a month and a half ago, Prince George residents phoned
about a possible meteor, Vike said. "It was a real good fireball
streaking across the sky just west of Prince," he said. "It was
blue and left a long bright trail behind it. It lit up quite an
area as it travelled through."

Another incident occurred in the city about a month ago. A
resident was standing by the Future Shop, looking west just
after the sky had turned dark. For two minutes the resident saw
a large flame, such as from a jet afterburn, but they didn't see
any aircraft anywhere.

Last Fall, a Quesnel resident driving north towards Prince
George saw an oval shaped light from highway 97 between the two

"In the last while dozens of people in Prince George have seen
unusual phenomena," he said.

Reports of sightings may be faxed to Vike at 250 845 2189 or
email to hbccufo.nul

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