Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Pilots Watch A Deep Orange Glow Rising From The Lake (UFO)

Date: Late Summer of 1989

Hi Brian: We have emailed a few times back and forth and I want you to know where I am coming from. My name is (name removed), I am 42 years old now. Ever since I was a young child, before I knew anything about this, I had dreams of what I thought were skeletons coming through my basement and meeting me. Now I have a older brother (9 or 10 yrs older) and had an experience as a child. He was 15 or 16 and he asked me to spend the night in his new room in the basement. All I can remember is how apprehensive I was and only lasted a couple of hours. The feeling of the "skeleton" creatures coming for me were very much real. Fast forward now a few years, and well the vivid dreams I had were not skeletons but, well small entities with big dark eyes or areas were eyes should be. Now to put all this into perspective, My educational background is that of a law enforcement. I have a solid education in investigation techniques, evidence collection and interviewing.

My other area is aviation. I currently have over 2000 hours as pilot in command with extra courses in meteorology. I know what the difference is between anomalous lights and standard aircraft placement.

Now for my latest recollection, It was in the late summer of 1989, I was pilot in command of a Piper Navajo. We departed for a parts run from Hamilton to Val Dor Quebec. We were chartered by Domtar for some paper mill parts. It was not that late as I remember landing and grabbing a coffee before we departed back for Hamilton. We were cruising at 13 K feet back to Hamilton and were just approaching Lake Simcoe when my co-pilot said" have a look down below" What we both saw was a deep orange glow rising from the lake, getting more distinct and disk shaped as it was rising. With in a few seconds, it was at our level, again 13K feet, and it shot straight up.

Now on the radio, Toronto Centre, there was chatter about this object shooting straight up from an Air Ontario Dehavilland inbound from Ottawa.

Brian, It was as clear and prominent as the nose on your face. I called into YYZ centre and was told if I want to make a report to do so, if not, they were sure some one else would. Unfortunately, I did not file the Transport Canada paper work and I regret that to this day.

Now you have my report! All the best and keep well!

Thank you to the gentleman for an excellent report, and for his friendship.

Brian Vike, The Vike Factor (Into The Paranormal) http://the-v-factor-paranormal.blogspot.com/

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