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Occurred : 3/15/2003 18:30 (Entered as : Mid March 18:30)
Reported: 4/7/2003 3:17:17 PM 15:17
Posted: 4/22/2003
Location: Terrace (Canada), BC
Shape: Light
Duration:
email report: Dear Brian Vike.

When I read the Terrace Standard Newspaper April 2, 2003, on an article called: Was there a mass UFO sighting?, I said to myself that is what I saw one night in Terrace.

It was middle of March 2003 between 7:30 PM and 8:00 PM, I was out in my backyard in the 4700 Block Tuck Ave. I was looking up in the sky around Eby Street and 4800 Block Tuck Ave. I saw this bright light glowing object moving around in a fast downward movement. This object was falling down fast and moving around. The object was falling down between the backyards of either the 4800 Block Tuck Ave. or 4800 Block McConnell Ave. I am not kidding it was falling down fast. I thought it was a shooting star or a meteor. I knew it couldn't have been. I was waiting to hear an explosion when it fell. I didn't hear anything and I didn't see it again.

When I read the article about a UFO sighting in the Terrace Standard Paper, I knew I saw something that night.

I am not kidding it was moving downward very fast and it was down low and it was glowing. Did I see a UFO? I hope this helps your research. Let me know if I saw a UFO or not.

Thanks.

HBCC UFO Note: I am investigating this sighting and will update on any findings.

((NUFORC Note: We express our gratitude to Brian Vike, Director of the Houston, British Columbia, Canada UFO Research organization, for sharing this report. We encourage other witnesses to the same event to contact Mr. Vike directly at the following e-address: <hbccufo@telus.net>

His website homepage for Canadian reports, or ordering his newsletter, is:

<http://www.geocities.com/hbccufo/home.html>

All the British Columbia UFO reported sightings to HBCC UFO Research can be found at:

<http://www.geocities.com/ufologia_canadiana/BC2002sightings.html>

PD))