Langham, Saskatchewan, Canada; September 13, 2009

Name: Heather

Date of Sighting (and time if known): September 13, 2009 approx 9:55pm

Location of Sighting: Langham, Saskatchewan, Canada

Shape(s) of UFO(s) (If Known): This was a light that originally travelled north to south and disappeared. Seconds later a streak of light travelled from the South to the west (looked like a shooting star). Seconds later a bright light appeared in the West travelling quickly and silently at approx 600-1000 feet above us travelling West to East. I called my kids out to see it and we remarked as to how fast it was travelling overhead. There was no noise and after about 15 seconds disappeared. The night sky was completely clear and we were able to see several other lights travelling north and south (some in opposite directions at the same time. These lights were much smaller and were amongst the stars above. A small light aircraft passed overhead which made an engine noise so we know that the first object seen should have also made a noise if it was a traditional aircraft.

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2 thoughts on “Langham, Saskatchewan, Canada; September 13, 2009

  1. Frank Myers

    Same night as Langham above Sept.13,2009 only in or around Saskatoon. We were driving on 12th street heading for Broadway approx. 10 p.m. Sunday eve. The object was to the south of where we were driving and we pulled over and had a look at it. It looked as large as a 747 and had several lights on it. It stopped in mid air, drifted perfectly sideways with no noise. Couldn’t get a very good look at the shape because it was dark but I doubt it was saucer shaped. All of a sudden it disappeared but no question it wasn’t from this planet!

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  2. Regina Person

    was in Backyard watching a morning dove on the telephone wire. Set up telescope to see extreme closeup of the dove and noticed odd shapes moving high in the sky. I refocused on the objects… 2 whitish silver spheres.. one stationary, the other eratic. At first I thought it was just a weather balloon or two… and then the eratic sphere moved out of frame… I found it about 10 seconds later … it had moved about 2 kilometers… about 10 degrees on the sky at very high altitude. I watched it zip around.. up down and sideways… always returning to the other stationary sphere… after about 30 minutes… both of them took off covering 1/4 of the sky in a matter of about 4 seconds… then they disappeared. About 2 minutes later a high flying jet with a vapour trail entered the area. I looked through the telescope and saw that it was a 757- 767 jet. It was at cruising altitude and very high but in the same general vicinity as where the spheres were.  I estimate the spheres were originally spotted at at least 25000 feet. if so, there speed would have been at least 5 times faster than that of the jet which cruises at about 700kph. That would put the speed of the spheres at 3500-4000kph… that’s 2500 mph from a dead stop. That’s more G’s than it takes to blow your gotch into your ballcap. Good thing those ET’s don’t play ball. This is a totally true story..

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