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Sighting Reports 2007

Man Discovers Disk Shaped Objects in Photos Taken of Farm


First Photo and Enlargement of Disk Shaped Object
First Photo & Enlargement of Object. (Note Reflection of Sun to The Left)
Second Photo and Enlargement of Object Taken a Few Seconds Later. (Note That Object is Smaller)
2nd Photo Taken a Few Seconds Later. (Note That Object is Smaller.)

Map Showing Okotoks, Alberta. Nokotoks is About 20 Miles South of Calgary.
Okotoks is About 20 Miles South of Calgary

Date of Sighting: May 27, 2007
Time of Sighting: 4 PM MDT
Date Sighting Reported: June 3, 2007
Duration of Sighting: (Objects Were Only Visible on Photos)
Location of Sighting: Okotoks, Alberta Canada (See Map)
Latitude: 50.71 Degrees North
Longitude: 113.98 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: (Object Was Only Visible on Photos)
Weather: Clear Skies.

Description: Witness called and reported that several days after visiting a park (Saskatoon Farm) in Okotoks, Alberta he noticed some small objects in two photos that he took. He didn't seen anything unusual at the time. He took the photos in a westerly direction.

Investigator's Notes: A blowup of the object in photo one reveals a disk shaped object. The object is blown up about 7X in photo one. Smaller blowups reveal a more definitive shape. Photo two was taken a few seconds later and shows the object, but the object is smaller and is somewhat spherical in shape. The photos were taken with a Canon Powershot A700 Digital camera of 6.0 megapixel resolution. This is another good example of photos taken of objects whereby the witness did not see the object until the photos were viewed. Higher density digital cameras allow one to blowup photos several times so that the objects can be better viewed. Analysis has shown that the photos were the original photos exported from the camera and were not edited with any graphics software. (Our analysis has used software to produce blowups of the objects.)