UFOs Over British Columbia From Brian Vike – Director HBCC UFO Research 



Just past 6 p.m. on Aug. 11, last year, Diana Luca and her mother, who was visiting from Romania, were chatting at the kitchen table in Luca’s New Westminster home. It was a beautiful windless evening, the clear blue sky visible from their seats in front of a large south-facing window. Out of the corner of her eye, Luca spotted a black object behind the trees in the back alley. “Look, it’s a balloon,” she told her mother. But when the two stepped onto the patio, they saw what they now insist is a UFO. “It still freaks me out. I could see it flying behind the trees and on top of the shorter trees,” says the 34-year-old, recalling the incident from the living room of her new house. Luca claims the object-flat and shaped like a Frisbee-flipped to its underside, which was as red and shiny as a Coke can. Scared, she called her common-law husband, Mark Murphy, who was inside.

By the time he reached the porch, the object looked cigar shaped and was an estimated three kilometres away. Murphy rushed inside to retrieve a camcorder purchased two days earlier, documenting the rest of the sighting on tape, which he keeps under lock and key. The 35-year-old property manager has since copied the tape onto a DVD that he plays over and over. From the right side of the screen, a small, shiny object moves towards the centre, then heads rapidly towards the camera. As it gets closer, it becomes a round, black form that vibrates slightly, at one point turning on its side, giving it the cigar shape. Murphy loses sight of it several times and is forced to refocus to recapture the object on film. It zips across the screen so quickly on another occasion that it can only be seen later, when Murphy watches the tape in slow motion. “It’s something I’ll never forget for the rest of my life – I was in shock.

The clarity of this is just incredible,” he says. “I heard about UFOs but had written [them] off in my head. I’m a skeptical kind of person who has to touch it to believe it, but now I’m not too certain.” It sounds farfetched, but he’s got a lot of company locally. According to the 2003 Canadian UFO Survey, reported by Chris Rutkowski of UFOlogy Research of Manitoba, more than 673 sightings of UFOs-defined literally as flying objects that can’t be identified-were documented across the country last year, including 41 in Vancouver, making it the city with the highest number of reports. Sources of the reports include the National UFO Reporting Center in the U.S., UFO*BC, the Houston B.C. Centre for UFO Research and the Meteor and Impacts Advisory Committee to the Canadian Space Agency. Only 17 per cent of the 673 sightings remain unexplained-the rest were simply fireballs, meteors or other natural phenomena. 



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