UFO UpDates
A mailing list for the study of UFO-related phenomena
'Its All Here In Black & White'
Location: UFOUpDatesList.Com > 2004 > Mar > Mar 23

Recent Reports To HBCC UFO - 03-22-04

From: Brian Vike - HBCC UFO <hbccufo.nul>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 18:52:53 -0800
Fwd Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 09:29:37 -0500
Subject: Recent Reports To HBCC UFO - 03-22-04



Black Hills, Arizona

Received Report: March 22, 2004

Date:  1978 or 1979
Time:  Nighttime

Dear Mr. Brian Vike

Hello once again I hope you are doing fine and well also.  As I
told you in my last e-mail back in the 1970s I think it was 1978
or 1979 I had just turned 18 years old as well as many of my
friends that I grew up with in Dorchester, Massachusetts.

When we all got of age we decided to take a cross country road
trip to California, so 4 of us went cross country on a Greyhound
bus to San Diego California to see just what the west coast was
all about. It took us about 5 days to reach California from
Boston and before we ever heard anything about UFO's we found
out after being in San Diego for only 2 days. We all shared a
motel room and on our second night in California we were
watching the local news in San Diego. The news reporter said
that thousands of calls were coming into the news station as
people were reporting sightings over the area of Palo Alto,
California.

The strange thing was no T.V. footage was shown and it must have
been the government trying to cover it all up. The people
reporting the sightings said they saw huge discs hovering over
Palo Alto in the middle of the day and it was starting to cause
panic for some people. I do remember the news people saying that
it was not a good idea for people to travel up to Palo Alto
because of too much traffic from all of the on lookers. All of
us at the motel just thought it was strange and never gave it
any thought after hearing the report on TV. Well we stayed in
San Diego for about 3 weeks before we all decided to head back
to Massachusetts, so we did. We pooled our money together and
bought a 1968 Dodge Charger for the big trip home so we could
have more freedom than being stuck on a bus for the next 5 days.
 We left California during the late night hours so the car would
not overheat during the day as we crossed through the areas of
desert. Well all was fine until we crossed into the area of
Arizona known as the Black Hills. We had to drive over a
mountain range that seemed to take hours to get over, once we
were headed down hill to the desert areas and level highway we
noticed something very strange indeed. We saw 3 blue beautiful
lights ahead of us, they were the color of cobalt blue like the
old vicks salve jars. It seemed that no matter how far we drove
the lights were always in the same location in the sky ahead of
us.

We decided to pull over and get out to see if these lights were
aircraft or radio towers as it was hard to tell moving at 70
miles per hour in a car. Once we pulled over we got out for a
closer look and noticed that these blue lights did not make a
sound at all and they were in the same exact spot as an hour
before when we first spotted them in the sky. Another strange
fact is that we were the only car on the highway at the time and
not even a truck or anything was spotted during this time. So we
got back in the car and drove for almost another hour before
pulling over once again because the lights were still in the sky
in the same location as before. We started getting a little
nervous and wondered if this was what the people in Palo Alto
have been seeing.

We decided to turn on the car radio to find out if anybody had
called in anything about what we were seeing in the Arizona
desert but as fate would have it the radio was nothing but
static on all stations. We just thought we were so far away from
the nearest radio station and that was why we could not get any
music or news on the radio. We all looked at each other in shock
asking one other if we all saw the same blue lights and if we
could still see them, we all said yes to that.

After a few minutes my friend who was driving decided to turn
off the car head lights and shut off the engine and as soon as
he did we then became instant believers of UFO's because when he
turned off the lights the 3 cobalt blue lights that looked as if
they were at least 500 feet apart from each other began to move
towards each other until the 3 lights became one large blue
light that headed away from us and then went upwards at the
speed of a shooting star.

Many thanks to the witness for the sighting report.

--

Montreal, Quebec

Received: March 22, 2004

Date:  Winter of 1996
Time:  8:00 p.m.

Number of witnesses: 1
Number of object observed: 1
Shape of object: round

The event took place around 8:00 p.m. on a winter night. I was
walking back from a nearby mall. I was on the corner of the
Place Chatillon street and Joseph-Renaud boulevard.

Please note that commercial airplanes fly regularly over my
neighborhood (Anjou), making their approach to land at Dorval
Airport, following approximately a north-east/south-west
trajectory.

The sky was clear, no clouds. At the right moment I looked up
and I saw a small globe of light going north-west. Its altitude
was about the same as planes but was flying in the opposite
direction. More so, it was noiseless and far more quickly than
the jets.

It's edges were well defined et it was much bigger than a star.
It was about the size of a ping-pong ball seen at a distance of
12 meters, with a very white light coming from inside. Suddenly
it dimmed down then went out totally.

It all happened in 2 to 3 seconds. This is the first time that I
report this event officially. Thank you very much.

Thank you to the witness for the report.

------

Onion Lake Saskatchewan

Date:  March 21 2004
Time:  8:00 or 8:30

On the evening of March 21 2004 at about 8:00 or 8:30 as I was
sitting in my car I saw what looked like a comet as it appeared
within seconds at first it looked blue and than turned to a
yellow orangey color and than it disappeared. it came from the
east . I am in Onion Lake Saskatchewan located 30 minutes south
of Lloydminster.

I would like to thank the witness for the report. HBCC UFO
Research would like to point out that what the witness saw was a
Fireball. Many folks saw the same object that evening.

Thank you to the witness for the report.

------

St Albert Alberta
Date: Saturday, March 13 @ 15:10:45 CST
Topic: Alberta Reports

Hello Brian,

I am writing you about two sightings I have had. The first one
occurred in St Albert Alberta when was I was 5 years old, on
Easter Sunday 1966. The object which looked like a large
rotating ball of orange fire moved in a square pattern on the
horizon, to the north of my parent's house, at 6 Spruce
Crescent. The sighting lasted for at least half an hour and took
place over Sir Winston Churchill Ave, between Sturgeon Heights
and Breyside subdivisions. My mother and older sister also
witnessed the UFO and had tried to follow it along Sir Winston
Churchill Ave.

The second sighting took place when I was 14 years old in 1977
on July 4th at 2:00 am while walking back from the Parkland
Drive inn to the Primrose subdivision in West Edmonton. The
object looked like two red lights one over the other, the bottom
light seemed too be swiveling around as if it was attached to a
snake. Me and the two friends I was with thought it was a
helicopter, after it blinked out then reappeared almost over our
heads we knew it couldn't be a normal aircraft. When we first
spotted the object it was about one mile east of us an at a
height of 2000 feet, when it reappeared over us, it was almost
directly overhead but stayed at the same elevation as when we
first saw it. The sighting lasted about twenty minutes, and may
have lasted longer, but we all got the creeps watching it and
took off home.

Thank you to the witness for the report.

Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
Home - Phone 250 845 2189
email: hbccufo.nul
Website: http://www.hbccufo.com


[ Next Message | Previous Message | This Day's Messages ]
This Month's Index |

UFO UpDates Main Index

UFO UpDates - Toronto - Operated by Errol Bruce-Knapp


Archive programming by Glenn Campbell at Glenn-Campbell.com