December 31, 2014 – Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada – 9:30 PM PST

Listen to Clip of Witness Interview (YouTube):

Description: The witness called within an hour of his sighting. He was outside having a cigarette and noticed a large red-orange orb slowly moving northeast (towards Vancouver, BC). Another two similar orbs followed the first orb. The orbs all vanished at once after about two minutes. The witness and his mother saw the orbs. The orbs emitted on sound and left no trails. Skies were clear at the time of the sighting and there was no wind. The orbs didn’t flash and were 2 to 3 times larger than the brightest star. The witness stated that the orbs were between 40 and 60 degrees above the horizon. A clip of my interview with the witness is posted above.

Note: A check of the winds in the lower 20,000 feet of the atmosphere showed that winds were from the north to northeast. Therefore the objects were moving into the wind and therefore were not drifting. This rules out Chinese Lanterns or other flotation devices.

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1 Response to December 31, 2014 – Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada – 9:30 PM PST

  1. k&A says:

    We saw two orange lights at the same time a few hundred miles to the south of Nanaimo at around the same time in Port Ludlow, WA. The lights were in a similar pattern.

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