|Occurred : 10/20/2006 01:30 (Entered as : 10/20/06 1:30)
Reported: 10/25/2006 4:56:44 AM 04:56
Location: Victoria (Canada), BC
|UFO That Performed For Hours (Caught On Tape)
Went to get my glasses from the car, and on the way in something told me to turn around and look at the stars, one moved out of the corner of my eye, thats when I noticed that not only was it moving, but it was emitting lights of changing colors...
I then stared at if for about 20 minutes, it stayed in relatively the same "airspace" the entire time however would move, then suddenly stop, performing slow triangular shapes, spirals, ovals, rectangles in it's flight paths, moving like no plane, blimp or helicoptor could...
I went and got my sister to make sure i wasn't insane, she came outside and when she noticed how it was moving in ways that defy what we know of physics, we then decided to get the camcorder, but it had no batteries... we then went back outside and stared at it for quite a long time, watching it perform all these maneuvers we diddn't know were possible, I then remembered my digital camera could record small video clips so I went inside and got the digital camera and recorded the object. I have 3 short videos, it is so dark none of the stars were visible on the recording that were bright in the sky, but the ufo clearly is...
After I decided to stop filming as I couldnt tell if I was infact getting anything as on the LCD on the camera, the picture was allways black, I said to my sister "I'm just waiting to see what it does when it leaves, I want to see it dart off at high speeds" we then watched for a few more minutes, I said "well i don't know weather to just go in or not, its not leaving and its pretty cold..." a fog began rolling in very sudden, the clear night skky had a fog over it in less than a minute, through which the ufo was visible until at a moment the light suddenly vanished (I have 3 short camera recordings from a Poloroid 5MP digital camera's video mode if interested.
((NUFORC Note: Possible sighting of twinkling star? PD))