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Sighting Report
Occurred : 8/15/2000 03:00 (Entered as : 08/?/00 3:00 a.m)
Reported: 7/21/2003 9:04:32 PM 21:04
Posted: 7/23/2003
Location: Victoria (Canada), BC
Shape: Other
Duration:10 minutes
City bus size flying tube.

A witness reported looking out his window and seeing an unusual object at approx: 3:00 a.m. near the Oak Bay Junction, where Oak Bay Avenue meets Fort Street and Pandora Street. The fellow said there is a hill, which is at the highest point in the city on Belmont Avenue. On the hill there is a large condo complex which is 12 to 14 stories in height. On top of the complex there are microwave and cell phone towers. From the witnesses position, looking toward the condo complex he saw a strange object flying close to the top of the complex. (He said if people would have been looking out there windows they would have had this object pass right in front of their faces). He described the object as looking like an ordinary florescent tube, square on both ends, maybe slightly rounded (ends) and a pale yellow orange glow in color.

It was traveling in a flat trajectory and just "zipped" by, traveling at an incredible rate of speed right at the top of the building. The witness noted the same object passed by the building twice within ten minutes in exactly the same spot. At this point he said his heart was thumping rather hard due to what he just saw. Each time the object was noticed the sighting lasted maybe for about 2 seconds. He figured it was approx: the length of a city bus.

Thank you to the witness for the report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research Canadian Toll Free UFO Hotline 1 866 262 1989 - Free call.

Editor: Canadian Communicator - Paranormal Magazine email: hbccufo@telus.net Website: http://www3.telus.net/public/wilbur8/hbcc_ufo_research.htm

((NUFORC Note: We express our gratitude to Brian Vike for submitting not only this report, but many others, as well. Date of sighting is approximate. PD))