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National UFO Reporting Center Sighting Report
Occurred : 10/13/2013 04:30 (Entered as : 10/13/13 4:30)
Reported: 10/13/2013 1:14:24 PM 13:14
Posted: 10/14/2013
Location: Toronto (Canada), ON
Shape: Fireball
Duration: 1 hour
Characteristics: The object left a trail, There was an aura or haze around the object
Orange fireballs over Lake Ontario . Geometric shapes.

Last night my girlfriend and I witnessed several orange coloured "fireball" looking orbs above Lake Ontario.

We live in a high rise apartment building on the lakeshore so when we saw the first orb we were so stunned We evacuated the building discreetly on our own. The orb looked bright orange, was approx 6 times bigger than a star and appeared to be coming closer to us. It was so bright it lit up the water between the Toronto Island, the airport and the shoreline with a bright orange glow.

There was no chance this could have been a flare or a lantern of some kind, it was too bright. The top of the orb appeared to be emitting a smoke trail. This is why we exited the building, because I thought it was a meteor of some kind.

Upon reaching the outdoors we could no longer see anything in the sky so we returned indoors after 20 minutes. When we came back to the window, nothing was in the sky, so I began to research other similar sightings on the Internet, when all of the sudden, it flickered back on like a flashlight.

Over the next hour we watched six different positions in the sky light up, burn quite bright and then turn off. We couldn't tell if it was the same orb, extinguishing itself and reappearing, but the most we saw lit at the same time was 2.

My girlfriend said she could hear some type of frequency, or sound. When I opened the door to the balcony I could hear a faint noise but nothing certain. The orbs appeared to be on fire and floated in 10-15 min intervals somewhat stationary, but moved slightly side to side and appeared to change shape or angle itself to appear to have geometric shapes.