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HBCC UFO Reports - 02-15-04

From: HBCC UFO <hbccufo.nul>
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 23:08:17 -0800
Fwd Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 14:54:54 -0500
Subject: HBCC UFO Reports - 02-15-04

Hi List

Here are just a few reports I have received over the last short
while. More are sitting here and have been posted to my site.


Miworth, British Columbia

Report Received: February 8, 2004
Date: August 1970
Time: approx: 12:15 a.m.

A woman called from Prince George, British Columbia to report a
strange experience which took place at Miworth (a small area
here in northern B.C. outside of the Prince George District).
The lady said she was with six friends sport fishing. After the
day on the lake came to an end, they finished their supper and
everyone sat around laughing and discussing the days events.
Night had fallen and suddenly from out of nowhere a light lit up
the camp area from above. The lady estimated that approximately
100 yards around them was covered in a soft, extremely bright
white light. The trees, the edge of the lake, the trucks, and
trailers were aglow. They all felt there was an object of some
type sitting stationary above them, but no one could see
anything due to the intensity of the light. They heard no sound,
saw no object of any kind. A couple in the group thought at
first it may have been a helicopter, but they soon ruled that
out as there would have been a great deal of noise.

The woman said they all experienced something but weren't
exactly sure what....?

Each questioning the other saying, "what was that"? Before the
people started talking and asking about it, the lady said it
seemed if everyone was frozen in place and once everyone was
aware that something took place, they all started complaining of
feeling very cold. She said "I watched everyone looking up at
it, whatever it was". They also all experienced an electrical,
tingling feeling surging through their bodies.

It wasn't long after their weird experience that the people said
their good nights and went to bed. They had planned to spend
another day at the lake but decided to leave the next day and go
home. They were frightened and didn't want to be there if the
same thing happened again.

There were no other reports of any more problems that the lady
is aware of happening to anyone else.

I thank her for her report.


Laidlaw, British Columbia

Report Received: February 13, 2004
Date: June 1966
Time: approx: 11:25 p.m.

A fellow called to tell me of a sighting he had when he was in
his early teens. He recalls the account very clearly. The man
said there were roughly twenty family members who, at a reunion
at a home in Laidlaw, British Columbia, had a campfire and folks
were roasting up some wieners. One of the younger children there
yelled out loudly for everyone to look over towards one of the
local mountains.

Everyone looked to where the child was pointing and saw a large
object sitting stationary over top of the mountain. It sat there
for a brief time and then started to move along the mountain
rim, stopped and returned to where it had come from. Then it
moved towards the family (still a distance away) then back again
to it's original position. The witness reported the color was a
salmon/peach. He said the shape of the object was definitely
circular. They all watched it for approximately 15 minutes and
finally it moved off behind the mountain.

Everyone was surprised to say the least and one of the adults
ran into call the airport to report and to enquire if anyone
else was reporting this massive object. The first thing the
tower operator explained was that they did not use balloons
anymore because they had radar. The man in the tower was
laughing! But he did finally say there was no aircraft in the
area where the object had been seen. Also nothing was showing up
on his radar.

The witness said there were others who had also observed this
strange object as reports were filed with the RCMP and the local
newspaper at that time.

Thank you to the witness for the report.


Endako, British Columbia

Received Report: February 13, 2004
Date: Late Fall 1989
Time: 6:45 p.m.

A husband and wife were driving from Endako back to Prince
George, British Columbia where they lived. It was early evening
and already dark out, they were approximately 8 kilometers east
from Endako when the wife pointed out an unusual object which
was flying low and parallel to their vehicle along Highway #16.
The husband then slowed the vehicle down so he could get a
better look at it. He told me the object, whatever it was, made
some quick moments, away from them and back again, also jerking
forward and slowing down almost as if it was pacing the car. The
object was reported to have changed color a number of times,
from a pale green, to red and then blue. There were no flashing
lights on the object and the witnesses could not make out its
shape due to the darkness of the night.

The witnesses claim the object stayed with them for a number of
miles until they got to a bridge which crosses the Stellako
River which is west from Fraser Lake, British Columbia.  When
the driver and passenger changed direction in their vehicle they
lost sight of the object as it seemed to continue on its flight
path straight east ward.

The couple did pull over to the side of the road to see if they
might be able to get a better look, but when they got out of the
car the object had disappeared.

Thank you to the witness for the report.


Report Received: February 8, 2004
Fort St. James - Along Highway #16
Date: Fall -1991
Time: approx: 10:45 p.m.

A couple were driving home to Prince George after a day's outing
in Fort St. James. As they traveled along Highway # 16 east and
passed a well known tourist spot called Bednesti Lake, the
passenger, the husband's wife, commented to her husband about
where a light was coming from? A white light seemed to be
reflecting off the hood of their car. When she first took notice
of the light it wasn't all that bright, but what got her
wondering was they were traveling in a totally darkened out area
along the highway. As they drove along the light grew brighter
and brighter. It was engulfing the vehicle. The husband started
slowing down because the bright light was actually making it
difficult to continue. The passenger got up the nerve to lean
forward and look out and up to see where the light source was
coming from. All the lady was able to see was a beam of light,
or just a brightenss which had engulfed the whole vehicle at
this point. She said it was blinding to her eyes and it stayed
right with them.

The witness said whatever it was followed them for a number of
kilometers down the highway. Finally, because it was exceedingly
difficult to see where they were headed, the husband pulled the
car over to the side of the road, got out and as soon as he did
the light went out. They did not hear any sound at all. They
even thought it was a helicopter when it first appeared, but got
very frightened as it paced with them for so long.

When the couple finally arrived home safely, they got up the
next morning, the wife turned on the radio and while listening
in she heard a news story about a man who called the radio
station to report seeing an unusual beam of light shining down
onto the highway the night before. Of course, the man who had
made the report had no idea what the couple had experienced.

This incident happened a number of years ago, but it was still
very fresh in the ladies mind when she was telling me the story.
The woman mentioned it was very overcast that evening. Even when
the passenger looked up through the front windshield the light
was so bright it was to hard to see anything. It was extremely
difficult to know if there was a craft of some sort above them,
if it was below or above the cloud ceiling. I was told it must
have been a narrow beam as it did not light up much of the
surrounding area, but mainly lit up the outside, and inside of
the car.

I would like to thank the people for their report.


Received: February 13, 2004

Calgary, Alberta

Date: February 12, 2004
Time: 7:30 p.m.

Something to add to your list, last evening around 19:30 my wife
and I were out walking. In the eastern sky there appeared to be
a very bright satellite. It appeared to be moving north easterly
somewhere close to or above the foothills. I commented that it
seemed to be moving far to fast for a satellite and my wife said
that maybe it was a plane. Didn't think much more of it until
1/2 hour later as I was walking my daughter to a friend's house
and there it was again except is was further south in the sky
parallel to Calgary but moving a little slower. It moved a few
kilometers and then seemed to move almost instantly about 50
kilometers closer but still over the foothills to the west. When
I got home I got my binoculars and took a closer look. The
object appeared somewhat round with lights along the top (very
bright) a band and then an additional number of less luminous
lights on the bottom. It well may have been jets as I noticed
the snowbirds in Calgary earlier in the day but there it is for
your information.

Kindest Regards,

Thank you to the witness for the report.

Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
Canadian Toll Free UFO Hotline 1 866 262 1989 - Free call.
Home - Phone 1 250 845 2189
email: hbccufo.nul
Website: http://www.hbccufo.com

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