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Near Owen Sound Sept. 2nd  1983

Distinctly triangular object, appeared to be translucent but glowing orange, like an ember (hundreds if not thousands of small pin pricks of yellowish and orangish lights moving sequentially and linearly, some brighter than others, but not flashing per se, though there was a distinct pulsating  appearance to the lights). Appeared hot, again like a burning coal in a fire. No  noise whatsoever. Trajectory towards the north. Size and speed hard to judge  against a perfectly starlit sky, but estimated that it was 20-50 m wide at the  triangular base, provided that it was 200-500 m above ground as I estimated. Could have have been much larger if higher. I saw it directly overhead, until it disappeared over a small hill. Maybe 10-12 seconds in total, so it appeared to be  subsonic.

I'm a professional field biologist and a so-called "highly trained observer." I also grew up on CDN air force bases, so am intimately  familiar with aircraft of all shapes and sizes. At the time of the sighting reported, I had NO IDEA what I had seen. 15 years later, I could be convinced  that this was an early test of the stealth fighter/bomber, given the similarity in its configuration (delta-winged, triangular shaped with unknown "stealth"  capacities). I have no tangible evidence proving this sighting. I did report it to my wife, who happened to be in the outhouse at the time (even as I as personally shittin bricks!), and missed the whole thing. As as quasi-professional artist, I painted a full colour picture of the object about 6 months after the sighting, based upon a sketch I did a day or two later. It took  me a long time to get my head around this (and I'm still not sure that I have);  I was quite excited about what I had seen, but also quite numbed by it, especially since I didn't have any corroborating evidence. It was like witnessing a traffic accident, where everything seems sort of like a dream, and yet is burned into the memory receptors permanently, but you're still not  entirely sure that it was you who witnessed what you saw. It's like the brain doesn't quite recognize the input it's receiving as being valid somehow, and then you start to doubt your own eyes