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Mass UFO sighting at Canada baseball game


Posted on Friday, 6 September, 2013 | Comment icon 123 comments

Even the winning team acknowledged the UFO sighting. Image Credit: CC 2.0 Sam MacCutchan
Multiple witnesses observed a strange object in the sky during a baseball game in Vancouver.
The minor league game took place at the Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium and saw the Vancouver Canadians taking on the Everett AquaSox. Not all eyes were on the players however as part way through the game something strange turned up in the sky above.

Fans immediately grabbed their phones and started to Tweet photographs of a peculiar object that appeared over the stadium. The object sported a row of lights and seemed to be triangular in shape.

Two pictures of the object posted on Twitter are included below.




Even the winning team commented on the reports with a tongue-in-cheek Tweet about an "alien spaceship". No definitive explanation for the sightings has been put forward however a local newspaper has speculated that it could have been some form of remote-controlled helicopter or kite.

Video footage captured at the game shows the object in more detail.


Source: IB Times | Comments (123)

Tags: UFO, Canada


 
Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #114 Posted by DecoNoir on 16 September, 2013, 19:36
I wouldn't waste more time on him, all info has been supplied, if he wont read it or accept it then its a worthless argument. Hes just baiting now... But I do wonder if he can find us some interesting stuff on Mars? I'd love too, but frankly this is easiest conversation on UFOs I've had all week, so I'll probably stick with it.
Comment icon #115 Posted by CyberKen on 16 September, 2013, 19:41
Probably packed away. Really? You think they'll just keep waving that crap around for sh*ts and giggles, or do you not get flash advertising? They should unpack it and reveal the hoax. They have no evidence.
Comment icon #116 Posted by DecoNoir on 16 September, 2013, 19:43
They should unpack it and reveal the hoax. They have no evidence. Just like you have no evidence that it was an alien craft, so what was that about evidence?
Comment icon #117 Posted by CyberKen on 16 September, 2013, 19:59
Just like you have no evidence that it was an alien craft, so what was that about evidence? What about the video? It looks real and large. Where is it now?
Comment icon #118 Posted by seeder on 16 September, 2013, 20:04
What about the video? It looks real and large. Where is it now? It flew to a lake on Mars . Everything youre asking is in the video, which is on the link I gave. so why dont you just watch the thing and then, all your questions are answered. You will even see how they made the model, and....where it is now.
Comment icon #119 Posted by DecoNoir on 16 September, 2013, 20:07
What about the video? It looks real and large. Where is it now? There's a dick joke in there, but I'll hold back. Just because its not an alien craft doesn't mean it can't be sizable, technically you can convert a full sized aircraft to remote control, so that says nothing for authenticity. And believe it or no, even in this day of CGI you can still have something infront of a camera and still be a hoax, how do you think we got all of those flying hubcaps back in the 50's?
Comment icon #120 Posted by CyberKen on 16 September, 2013, 20:15
There's a dick joke in there, but I'll hold back. Just because its not an alien craft doesn't mean it can't be sizable, technically you can convert a full sized aircraft to remote control, so that says nothing for authenticity. And believe it or no, even in this day of CGI you can still have something infront of a camera and still be a hoax, how do you think we got all of those flying hubcaps back in the 50's? CGI? I think there is another video taken by someone with a cell phone. They show the guy with the professional camera swinging it around to the UFO but then back to the baseball game. I... [More]
Comment icon #121 Posted by DecoNoir on 16 September, 2013, 20:22
CGI? I think there is another video taken by someone with a cell phone. They show the guy with the professional camera swinging it around to the UFO but then back to the baseball game. It was too far away. The freeze frame grab by the Vancouver newspaper looks convincing. Do you even read what I say? I was making a point that it DOESN'T have to be CGI to be a hoax! Sweet christ, and everybody wonders why they aren't taken seriously on this forum, that's what happens when you cherry pick words from a post and assume you know what your talking about. I need a drink.
Comment icon #122 Posted by seeder on 16 September, 2013, 20:52
There's a dick joke in there, but I'll hold back. Just because its not an alien craft doesn't mean it can't be sizable, technically you can convert a full sized aircraft to remote control, so that says nothing for authenticity. And believe it or no, even in this day of CGI you can still have something infront of a camera and still be a hoax, how do you think we got all of those flying hubcaps back in the 50's? besides it wasnt large, it was no bigger than a few feet across, it looked large-ish...because of the thing called ZOOM!! And it looked very small without it too
Comment icon #123 Posted by DecoNoir on 16 September, 2013, 20:56
besides it wasnt large, it was no bigger than a few feet across, it looked large-ish...because of the thing called ZOOM!! And it looked very small without it too Combined with the human eyes inability to sense scale without any sort of frame of reference, aka: everything in the damn sky. You can make a piniata look like its 1000 ft across if you toss it in a cloudless sky.


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