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Strange Lights In Sky Reported By Resident

From: Brian Vike - HBCC UFO <hbccufo.nul>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 17:15:04 -0800
Fwd Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 13:46:09 -0500
Subject: Strange Lights In Sky Reported By Resident

Hi List

Well below is a newspaper article which just came out today, I
have been working on this case and many others that have come
in. Two major cases are sitting on the desk that are nothing
more than amazing reports. One from British Columbia and the
other from new Brunswick. Many more reports plus these have to
be taken off of audio and typed up.

take care


Strange Lights In Sky Reported By Resident

by Bernice Trick
Citizen staff
Prince George Citizen Newspaper
Wednesday February 18th 2004

A local resident wants to know if anyone else has seen fast
moving balls of fire in the sky above Prince George in recent

Lisa Hallam says she's witnessed the sight on three separate
occasions - including Monday night - as well as August 18,
2003 and January 31, 2004.

"The first time I saw this intensely red ball of fire was last
August 18 above Punchaw Park, just off Ness Avenue where I
live," said the 35-year old Hallam, describing the object's size
as about four times the size of the brightest star in the sky.

"I knew it wasn't Mars because it was located behind me," said

She said another strange thing at the time was the electronics
in her home "started acting funny. We'd lose the TV signal and
the screen would go green, and the VCR and DVD player turned
themselves on and off," said Hallam, who's a CNC student.

"I saw the light again January 31. I thought I was losing my
mind, so thank goodness my mother saw it, too.

"(On Monday) night I was coming home about 6:30 p.m. along
Rainbow Drive and there it was again, travelling northwest above
Cranbrook Hill acting in the same manner as the others. It moved
pretty fast. It's so intensely red."

When Hallam reached home she continued to watch the sky, and
said there were two other unique sites.

"Above Cranbrook Hill there was a circular shaped blue green hue
that appeared both in front of and behind the clouds, and then I
saw a long, rectangular hue of light-green light. It resembled
the northern lights, but moved horizontally instead of up and
down. My neighbour saw the bar-shaped hue, also."

That same day, Lisa's mother, Cheryll Hallam, said the
electronics "went wonky" again. Gil Self, vice president of the
Prince George Astronomical Society, said there had been no
reports of the lights described by Hallam.

"Right now Venus is brilliant due to its location in its orbit
high in the western sky. It sparkles like a jewel", said Self,
who said he never discredits reports by people, but instead,
tries to explain the likely causes.

Self said there are many explanations for lights in the sky -
 refracted light from aircraft, electrical phenomenon in the
sky, fireballs, meteorites, and electrical discharges from time
to time.

UFO expert Brian Vike of Houston said: "I have no explanation
for the sighting, but I am going to check out a few things
regarding it and a few more sightings in the Prince George

Vike can be contacted toll free at 1-866-262-1989.

Brian Vike

DirectorHBCC 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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