We received the following message from one of our website readers:
"I was looking at your website and discovered a report from July 29, 2015 at 9:30 pm., in Cambridge, Ontario. My boyfriend and I saw something odd that night as well outside our townhouse complex, but we had no idea who to contact! I did write it down so we would not forget the date and time.
On the night of July 29, between 11:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m., my boyfriend came running into a vacant unit we were working in to tell me to come outside and look up in the sky! When I went out, I saw them right away and I wasn't even wearing my glasses! Just slightly South West of us were 2 rather large orange red ring like shapes, or inner tube like, one was much larger than the other. The smaller one appeared to be moving slowly, in both a vertical and horizontal direction, as if it were being steered. Within a minute or so, the smaller ring began to move towards the larger ring, but they did not appear to 'touch' each other. The smaller ring appeared to be slowing down as it approached the larger ring. They seemed to be suspended in air for about minute before the larger ring bottom became an extremely bright/intense glow around the entire ring, the centre of it was black though, in fact both were black in the centres. It slowly began to move in a South West direction, with the smaller one following it, but it's glow was not as intense. As we watched them move away from us, we actually followed them as far as we could go, and then they just seemed to disappear. I have never seen anything like this before in my life, and after looking at different pictures, I do not believe that these ring like shapes were Chinese Sky Lanterns. I have no idea what they were, but they were larger than an airplane or any aircraft that I have seen. The entire sighting lasted about 4-5 minutes, and unfortunately I did not have a camera with me! I also have no idea if our sighting had anything to do with the earlier sighting. I'm wondering if you've ever heard of anything similar to this?"