Saturday, February 2, 2008

North Surrey British Columbia A Round Golden Object

Posted: February 2, 2008

Date: February 10, 2006 Time: 10:20 p.m.

Number of witnesses: 1 Number of objects: 1 Shape of objects: Round.

Full Description of event/sighting: Hi Brian, was watching Olympic Opening with wife and got bored. Was just casually looking out the window and observed a round golden object passing overhead from south to north. Object appeared to be about the same apparent size as the Space Station. May possibly have been a fireball as it was to slow to be a meteorite and much to fast to have been a plane. I'm not to sure about the fireball idea though, as it did not appear to be bright enough. Object appeared to be more a self glowing luminous object rather than a burning rock. It was in sight for several seconds as I had time to look and around and locate my binoculars before it faded out. I lost it just as I aimed the binoculars, did see one of those multi coloured stars right were the object faded out but don't think they were connected in any way. There appears to be a thin layer of clouds north of the mountains so it may have been covered by them. I think if you had been outside you would have seen it pass over your place.

I've seen numerous strange lights for the past several weeks over by Burke Mountain. and different areas of the sky but unable to identify the source. Five days ago at approx: 03:05 I couldn't sleep and was sitting watching all the action taking place outside from the gale force winds we've been having. I observed two large pale white oval shaped lights flash across the sky. Objects appeared to be chasing each other and passed over Burnaby Mountain. heading east at approx:. 5000 ft. Estimated speed approx:. 2000 mph. Objects passed behind a layer of clouds hanging over the Heritage Mountain area. They looked like search light beams playing on the clouds with out the beams. Saw something weird either the day before or day after, I should write things down but am lazy. Anyway something passed right over the bldg. heading in a northerly direction. Don't remember the time but believe it was before midnight. I at first assumed it was the police helicopter because of the lighting even though I did not hear any noise from it and could not see a fuselage to go with the lights.

Funny thing was the further away it got the wider apart the lights got as if the thing was expanding like a balloon. It disappeared in the clouds over Coquitlam. Approx:. a minute later two small planes flew over following the same flight path as the first object. Both planes easily seen and heard, both flying very low, I'm guessing well below 1000 ft. both disappeared in the clouds over Coquitlam. I got the impression they were in hot pursuit of what ever it was. Seconds later the police chopper passed over head. Same flight path. I really noticed the difference in size when the police unit got over to where the first object vanished. Although the lighting appeared similar. The police chopper was plainly visible but appeared to be only about 1/10 the size. I don't know if the police unit had anything to do with the first object or the two planes as it turned east and went over by the Port Mann bridge where it did a couple of orbits with its search light on before heading back this way. Approx: 1000 ft. north of here they suddenly shone their search light right on me, so I waved to them and they turned it off again.

Thank you to the witness for their report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research. email: Website:,, HBCC UFO Research International:

HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO

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