VANCOVER IS THE FLYING SAUCER CAPITOL OF CANADA
Vancouver reported 116 UFO sightings in 2013, more than any other Canadian city. The city that once played host to The X-Files is also the best place in Canada to spot a flying saucer, according to the Canadian UFO Survey. That’s right: If the truth is out there, Vancouver is probably a good place to find it. Astronomer Chris Rutkowski said the sheer number of sightings – 1,100 in all of Canada last year – demands further research. ““Are we looking at a real phenomenon? Is there a psychological phenomenon accounting for all this?” said Rutkowski, who works with the Canadian UFO Survey. “Why do people persist in seeing something that supposedly shouldn’t be there?” Vancouver has been a UFO hot spot for years, according to the survey, and B.C. was second only to Ontario for sightings in 2013. About 300 UFOs were reported across the province, with sightings peaking between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. Rutkowski said most UFO sightings can be easily explained as satellites, planes or military exercises, but 10 per cent remain a mystery. Also unexplained are some incidents of crop circles, which have confounded farmers in Northern B.C. in the past. Charles Lamoureux, a Vancouver resident, claims he sees UFOs on a regular basis. “I see them every night,” he said. “I can pretty well tell what’s a satellite and not a satellite. If it’s not a satellite and way up in the atmosphere and it changes direction, there’s not many things it could be.” He claims to have seen his first UFO three years ago and was entranced by the possibility of communication with beings not from earth. Lamoureux has since purchased a Yukon Night Vision Device, which he uses to peruse the night sky, searching for any sign of visitors from another planet. In one memorable incident, he said an orb came about 15 metres away from his balcony seemingly observing him. It hovered for a few moments before shooting off into the night sky. Another time, he shone a light at a mysterious object in the sky with the orb flashing a light in response. Lamoureux says he hopes whatever the UFOs may be, they become comfortable openly communicating with people from Earth. NOTE: The above image is a rendering.
KEN’S NOTE: Personally I feel the percentage of unexplained UFO sightings is more like 30%. Many UFO investigators write off thousands of sightings to birds, bugs, satellites and planes. Of course they are guessing 90 % of the time. We need more investigators with open minds and the passion that comes with investigating a UFO sighting. Many people are not cut out to be a UFO investigator because sometimes people cannot handle the truth. It really opens your eyes to how many and how detailed some of these UFO sightings can be.
There is certainly an alien presence on this earth.
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