March 27, 1997, 7:40 PM
On Thursday, March 27, at 7:30 PM, Peter K. left his house in Oshawa, Ontario, 30 miles (48 kilometers) east of Toronto to look for the comet Hale-Bopp and saw "the most unusual aerial display I ever hope to see. Two objects coming from the southwest to the northwest at very high altitude. Only lasted 4 or 5 seconds before they disappeared into the light pollution on the northern horizon." At 8:10 PM, Peter went outside again, saw some cirrus clouds moving in, went to the other side of the house to look eastward and spotted three orange-sphere UFOs. he then called his girl friend Sonja in Bowmanville. At 9:52 PM, he went outdoors once more and saw "ten of these things. Saw two flying west to east, followed by a formation of four (two pairs) at much lower altitude. Spectacular ! saw another pair going east to west and a few singles going south to north and north to south."