Bass Lake Provincial Park March 19th 2010 approx. 9:05 PM
"On this night, after walking my dog, I stood observing the stars on the shore of Bass Lake looking n\w. The night sky was cloudless and there was a crescent moon.
I decided to try my recently purchased Bushnell night vision scope and aimed it n\w when suddenly a round sphere of light materialized in my view finder. When I say materialized I mean it was like it had been switched on.
I looked up from out of the night vision scope to see a large white sphere traveling north to south at a steady rate which I would describe as about the same speed as a Cessna or other small aircraft. It flew well below the height of which a jet would fly and it most definitely was not a satellite. I see these all the time and actually tracked two after this sighting and there is no comparison. This object flew lower and at a quicker rate of speed when compared to a satellite. Also, it did not have a strobe or navigation lights and it was noiseless.
I tracked the object with my eye for less than a minute as it flew across and beyond the lake. Before it reached the horizon where I would lose sight of it it extinguished itself and was gone.
As a follow up and to rule out a satellite; I returned tonight (03-19-10) to the same location and at the same time. Mother Nature cooperated by creating a lengthy break in cloud cover. The result was no repeat sighting although I did once again observe the two satellites I had tracked the previous night crossing high in the atmosphere (1 traveling n to s and the other traveling s to n) exactly as before.
Now, as a footnote, the object that I observed is identical to the latest Lake Erie sighting video which can be found on youtube. Cut and paste the link below.