UFOs seen regularly for 3 years in Quebec

Here is something you don’t hear about much, a long running observation of UFOs that appear regularly.

Family claims to have spotted UFOs near Montreal.

A Quebec family has been seeing strange lights in the sky for three years, and QMI Agency also observed the phenomenon this month.

At 6 p.m. on Jan. 9, a QMI reporter saw six moving lights over a wooded area in the Laurentians region an hour northeast of Montreal.

The objects appeared at the horizon and tracked across the sky, one after another, less than a minute apart.

They came from the west and moved eastward in total silence.

So, if they appear so regularly, shouldn’t we be able to get better evidence than some grainy pictures? What if they are secret aircraft or tests of some sort or Chinese lantern devices. Finding out what they are would be important to the people experiencing them. This sounds like a testable claim. Someone should be interested.

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Photo credit: Daniel Deslauriers/QMI Agency

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  3 comments for “UFOs seen regularly for 3 years in Quebec

  1. January 16, 2014 at 10:04 PM

    At least it’s not the space station this time. No ISS passes on the date provided, in that area.

  2. Sean South
    January 17, 2014 at 12:28 PM

    I can vouch for *some* of these lights being real. They are actually there (reports that don’t include anything else except triangular lights and no noise heard – in other words the sightings that don’t include totally outlandish b.s.). They are B-2 Spirit bombers. They take off from Whiteman AFB and take various routes through the US and over Canada to Thule AFB in Greenland for re-fueling before going over to the Pacific theater. For those that love real mysteries, track *credible* sightings and then match times of the sightings along with plotting on a map (Google maps will work well). I will make a bet with you that you can plot flightpaths for them in no time – I watched one fly over me with my own eyes (and my own telescope). A little research and a week later I had a flighpath of 3 B-2′s whose destination I can only assume was North Korea the night I saw my “UFO”.

  3. David
    April 10, 2014 at 6:20 AM

    I spotted this article and just wanted to include a follow-up:

    http://www.torontosun.com/2014/01/17/strange-lights-not-likely-ufos-experts

    The astronomer mentioned in the article, Chris Rutkowski, is the director of Ufology Research in Canada ( http://uforum.blogspot.ca/ ). Cheers!

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