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Date of sighting: Wed. Dec. 7, 2010 (very slight possibility of being the 8th).

Time: Approx. 6:45 AM (Give or take 5 min.).

Weather: Clear sky, stars were visible, chilly and still very dark.

Location: On Horner Ave. Toronto/Etobicoke. Kipling & Gardiner Expressway area. About 2 Km. north of Lake Ontario and about 9 Km. south of Pearson Airport.

"My wife got off her bus and went to side of the 2 story building at her workplace to have a smoke before entering the building. Soon she noticed a northbound "plane" with one very bright headlight in front coming in from over the lake. You cannot see the lake but it's down that way. It was heading almost directly for her but ever so slightly off to the west (about 150 to 200 feet). She stepped to the front of the building and watched as the thing passed almost right over her head, then lost sight of it as it flew over the roof line. She stepped back to her previous position and saw another one coming from the same direction. She stepped out again and watched it do the same, and then a third came over.

Here's the wild part, these things were flying at about twice the height of the building, approximately 60 feet up from the ground. The first one had an octagonal shape (similar to a stop sign as she explained it to me), the headlight was wider than it was high. It also had four white round lights on the bottom in a square pattern. The second and third of these were shaped more like a squished, elongated sea shell. Round in the front and narrowing down towards the back. She couldn't tell if the rear end had any shape across the back due to the darkness. The second two were identical to each other and had a headlight, but with only two lights underneath, one on each side about one third of the length from the front. She had an ipod on but pulled one bud from her ear and heard no sound, at least from the third one. She is absolutely positive they were not planes or helicopters and they flew smoothly with no wobble or fluttering.

She estimated these things were about the size of a car. They were traveling somewhere around 35/40 miles an hour. She figures the time interval between the appearance of each one was 25 or 30 seconds, and puts the entire sighting at about two minutes from seeing the first light to the last flyover. This is an industrial area and she was the only person around as far as she knows. She also doesn't doesn't think any cars passed by on Horner during the sighting.

The direction they were traveling would have taken them to, or very near, the airport. This made me wonder if she actually saw UFOs or something more conventional. But after asking her the usual questions I'm sure they were UFOs. She has seen two UFOs with me and one that I didn't see, but nothing as strange as this. And she certainly knows what planes and choppers look like. Just hoping someone may have seen these thing as they traveled along."

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