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Mystery object crashes in Ottawa river

Posted on Saturday, 1 August, 2009 | Comment icon 24 comments


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A mystery object was seen by dozens of witnesses in Canada's capital city this week, the object smashed in to the Ottawa River with a 'thunderous boom' and officials have so far been unable to identify what it is.

"Dozens of residents of Canada’s capital city, Ottawa Ontario and nearby Gatineau, Que."

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Comment icon #15 Posted by primordial on 2 August, 2009, 1:05
there were pictures of this object falling from the sky at North Battleford(click) .There seems to be more meteors lately..
Comment icon #16 Posted by Enigmatic Ghost on 2 August, 2009, 1:42
Might be a very valuable intact Meteor under Water, also did any eye witnesses make mention of the Objects angle of trajectory, Not familiar with the River, is the River of Mud sediment at bottom or is it of channeled stone, I am thinking the Later of those two, if the Currents are to violent for Hookah Salvage Divers, Or Scuba Salvage Divers, a lot of swift moving rivers that are channeled Rock, have bottom structure that have abrupt dips, and if a diver or swimmer was caught in the Hydrodynamic flow along the bottom they could be held down by extreme current forces, it has happened to swimme... [More]
Comment icon #17 Posted by primordial on 2 August, 2009, 2:22
there were pictures of this object falling from the sky at North Battleford.There seems to be more meteors lately..
Comment icon #18 Posted by twopits on 2 August, 2009, 5:16
I was in Ottawa Monday night and outside at 10pm. I wasn't looking towards the river so never seen anything. The night sky was clear and no wind. I did read the posts on CBC several claimed to have seen "it" and they said it looked like a meteor.
Comment icon #19 Posted by dazdillinjah on 2 August, 2009, 5:41
there were pictures of this object falling from the sky at North Battleford(click) .There seems to be more meteors lately.. The report says the currents are too strong to send divers down to investigate it as they would get swept away ? ...sheesh, why not tie a rope onto a diver ?? or is that too hard to do ..seems to me they dont want to divulge anymore about the matter however I dont understand why because it seems that its most likely just a meteor
Comment icon #20 Posted by mindpurge on 2 August, 2009, 6:24
I live in Gatineau, heard all about here the next morning. I can't say I was surprised because of the following things I witnessed in the sky that night. I did not see the crash however. We were hiking real late, with flashlights. The place we did so was in Gatineau Park, and the hike is King Mountain, or "Mont King" in french. When we arrived at the top, approx. 10:30 pm we were dazzled by what we thought to be satellites in the sky, more than we'd ever seen before. I would guesstimate we saw, perhaps 8 - 12 satellites within 30 mins. Never seen that many 'round here before. Edit: If you know... [More]
Comment icon #21 Posted by Quade on 2 August, 2009, 6:54
why not tie a rope onto a diver ?? or is that too hard to do ..seems to me they dont want to divulge anymore about the matterhowever I dont understand why because it seems that its most likely just a meteor That's exactly what i was thinking... a rop would make sure they didnt get swept away... but i reckon we'll never know what it was now... doubt they'll look into it any futher
Comment icon #22 Posted by jbondo on 2 August, 2009, 15:02
There are other ways to recover objects underwater than using divers.
Comment icon #23 Posted by hatesthis on 3 August, 2009, 0:47
Geeze - couldn't they at least have used a more modern picture of a UFO? That one is so old fashioned. I would say a small meteorite or something to that effect. Space debris. Not that i don't believe in UFO's but it seems like everyone is being a little non chalant for it to have been a very spectacular sighting.
Comment icon #24 Posted by KidInTheHall on 5 August, 2009, 1:13
It Is interesting as most people don't know that Ottawa is Canada's capital What?! You mean Canada's capital isn't Canada City, Canada ? Why are us Americans being taught that? God I don't want to even ask about England City, Iraq City, France City or hell even Mexico City now!


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