|Occurred : 9/28/2012 22:30 (Entered as : 09/28/2012 22:30)
Reported: 9/28/2012 9:34:37 PM 21:34
Location: Brampton (Canada), ON
|Orange Orb/Fireballs seen by family of three
I went outside at approximately 22:30 and witnessed at first two orange colored fireballs/orbs that were flying by overhead in front my home. I first observed them for approximately thirty seconds the first two were flying relatively close to one another but soon began to move slowly apart they were heading in a westerly direction. The size of the objects were approximately three quarters the size of a full moon they also exhibited a weak light pulsing effect (glowing). After the first thirty seconds of observation I ran inside and shouted to my parents, "There's UFO's outside! Come quick! Come quick!? My parents both rushed out to observe the rest of event. Within ten seconds of observation by all three of us my father noticed a third object of exactly the same description as the other two which was further behind the other two objects but heading in the same direction. The third object followed behind the other two and we observed them disappearin! g to the west in approximately two minutes.
Additional observations: Sound: None Height Estimation From Ground: 1.5 KM Speed Estimation: 200 KM/H Additional Objects: A plane within the same general vicinity Other Witnesses: I talked with a person who lives down the street from me who also witnessed these objects from a different view point. His description of initial observation was that he saw all three flying in a triangular formation and they came from the South-East.
Background information of myself: I grew up in the area and have lived in Brampton my whole life, this is the second time in my life that I have observed UFO(s) in my area. First time was when I was Eighteen years old (Approximately twelve years ago) I have never reported this sighting. I'm a fairly down to Earth kind of person who enjoys the outdoors (primarily fishing) I also am fairly computer savvy and enjoy creating fan based video game content.