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Occurred : 7/10/2006 00:00 (Entered as : 07/10/06 00:00)
Reported: 10/12/2006 10:37:25 AM 10:37
Posted: 10/30/2006
Location: Oshawa (Canada), ON
Shape: Light
Duration:60 seconds
Hovering lights over Oshawa Airport

The date of this sighting is not exact I'm sure, but it was early to mid July 2006. Now I wasn't here to post just to read up on Oshawa sightings. Until I read a couple, and I know the area well. (Polish hall, Airport, Apartment buildings around Airport.) These are all areas In the northern unlit part of the city, just entering the country and farm type area. My apartment building is right beside the airport and I'm on the 11th floor.(good view) The other sightings are what caught my attention, they are similar to my own. On my balcony I was watching these lights hovering over the airport, yet there was no sound no movement...............nothing.

I hear the helicopters take off and land every day and all the other types of aircraft as well. I would know the sounds off by heart without even looking out the window. This freaked me out. My girlfriend was very excited so I kept telling her to listen. It was so silent yet there these lights were mabey 150ft from the groung and less than a quater mile from my building. She got spooked by the silence then the power in our apartment turned off. Just our breaker in the power box poped. All other apartments had no power interuption.

To see this for yourself..................wow. I know my aircraft and this felt like a ghost. No noise at all.

What aircraft is able to hover with no engine noise? The lights never flew away, they just dimmed then turned off. Like the aircract was still there and just turned its lights off.

Any other Oshawa sightings like this?


((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the event is approximate. PD))

((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))