Edmonton, Enfield, England, UK; November 17, 1998

Date of Sighting: 17-Nov-98 00:01

Location of Sighting: Edmonton, North London

Brief Description of sighting: One object, two miles wide-ish and V shaped. Had 11 white and orange lights and was very bright.

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; September 14, 2011

Name: monica robertson

Date of Sighting: Sept. 14/2011

Location of Sighting: Edmonton, Ab

Size(s) of UFO(s): round or upright saucer

Color(s) of UFO(s): red and white

Number of UFO(s): one

Direction of Travel for UFO(s): stationary in south east

Other Known Object(s) (For possible reference, or contrast): object to the right of the moon, If moon is basketball, object is baseball. Very big

Further Description of Sighting: Nine people saw this for 5-7 minutesw

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; July 17, 2009

Name: Roxy

Date of Sighting: July 17, 2009

Location of Sighting: Edmonton, AB, Canada

Shape(s) of Object(s) (If Known): Too far to tell.

Color(s) of Object(s) (If Known): White when stationary, and flickered colors when in motion

Distance of Object(s) in sky (If Known): Very far, extremely high up

Further Description of Sighting: On July 1st I saw 2 dots of light in the distance around 11pm in the evening moving at high speeds across the sky and coming to abrupt stops. I only observed them for around 15 minutes.

This morning at 3:30am I went to let my dog outside and when I looked up to the sky (north east)I noticed a dot of light moving across the sky too fast and too high up to be an airplane….

I didn’t see cylinders, fireballs, a saucer, or a sphere. It looked like a star in the distance and would suddenly start to travel at a high speed, then slow down into erratic maneuvers, and eventually coming to stop. Then again resuming in a straight line at a high speed and suddenly making a sharp turn… Once it got further up in the sky it did a 3 point triangular pattern, went backwards, zig zagged, sharp turn left and down and back up again a few times… It even did circular and oval maneuvers. It stopped often but seemed to be getting further away and higher in the sky.

When it would be stationary the light seemed to resembled a still source of white light, but when resuming motion it would flicker colors at a rate a bit more than the twinkle of the stars. The flicker rate was never the same, sometimes faster, sometimes slower.

It glided across the sky like a mouse cursor. I didn’t have a camera and it was 4am, so I went to bed.